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6 hours ago, Paradox5 said:

Memoria Press Geograhy series. There are 3 books in the series meant to be used in sequence. A United States set is available and intended to be used first. You can skip it and the US reivews in the link below.

https://www.memoriapress.com/curriculum/american-and-modern-studies/geography-i/

Following because I've been looking for a good middle school geography.

Looking at the samples Memorial Press doesn't look secular.  

4 hours ago, BusyMom5 said:

Pearson has one.  It's a green book, we are using it right now.  You can get a workbook to go with it, buy we are just reading and coloring and marking printed off maps.  BYL has some great boojs to go along with it. 

Could you provide a link?  I did a search but not sure which it is.

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10 hours ago, Where's Toto? said:

Following because I've been looking for a good middle school geography.

Looking at the samples Memorial Press doesn't look secular.  

Could you provide a link?  I did a search but not sure which it is.

 

Memoria Press isn’t secular, for sure. However, they do have their Charter site which is where I get most of my MP materials from and they seem to have done a good job of removing the religious content. I have not, however, used their Charter edition geography books yet but they’re on the plan for next year. 

The Geography 1 set (even from the Charter school line) still seems to have more religious stuff than I’d like - but levels 2 and 3 seem much better and look like they’ll be a solid geography curriculum (which we’ve not really ever done in a structured way because I could never find anything I liked). 

https://charter.memoriapress.com/curriculum/american-and-modern-studies/

Worth taking a peek - it might still be not secular enough but I thought I’d throw it out there. 

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https://www.rainbowresource.com/product/sku/053000

I believe you can buy extra workbooks at Christian book.   We just read the text, I've got other mapwork, plus Material World and some other geography books, so we use a variety of resources.  I lije Usborne book of World Religions, and they have an animal book that's organized by continent.   It has a tiger on tge front, I believe.

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