Ambleside Online includes living books for Geography in each year. Below are some ideas for “map work” to go along with those readings.
Map Work for Free
These are checklists I created for my kids. Find your favorite labeling maps from the list above. For younger students, we usually do country names and a few of the major features. For older students I encourage using the internet to map Land and Water Features.
Continents, Countries, States, and Seas
Flags of the World Colouring Book gives you the option to print flags small, medium, or large (full page). I’ve used some of their images to create coloring pages for my kids (listed above if I’ve uploaded them).
For Younger Children
Very young ones who aren’t yet good at writing can follow along with older ones on the above map work — I just have them color the country instead of labeling it. Below are a few options geared more to the younger ones.
Maps, Including Blanks for Labeling
University of Texas Map Collection: Blank Maps
Map Work to Purchase
Visits To… Geography Series (Simply Charlotte Mason). Each book has a full 36 weeks of map work.
Mapping the World with Art. Learn to draw maps. Very artistic.