Thursday, July 12, 2012

Introducing...Passport Itlay!

The wait is over...

Pack up and get ready to travel to Italy with Amanda Bennett’s new Passport Geography™ series! As part of the series, this one-week unit study has been developed to provide your student with a virtual tour of Italy, covering the geography of this nation, as well as some of its history, art and literature, landmarks, and interesting people.

From online gondola rides through Venice to touring ancient Roman structures, you will visit historic and unique sites and marvelous places that span the nation that is officially called the Italian Republic.

Some of the places you will visit include:
  • Po River Valley
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Amalfi Coast
  • Italian Alps
You will see and hear the sights and sounds of cities and villages, people, daily life, tourist spots, and historical places, all from the comfort of home—no passport required! Some of the fun spots you will be visiting include:
  • Roman Colosseum
  • Pompeii
  • Sistine Chapel
  • St. Mark's Square
  • Ferrari Factory

With the new Passport series, you will see places that most people never get to visit, becoming familiar with this part of the world and many of the landmarks and landforms that are in Italy. From learning about some of the food they enjoy, such as pizza, gelato, and gnocchi, you will be heading on to palaces and piazzas, as well as Trevi Fountain and Abruzzo National Park. We are beginning a great geographic adventure—glad to have you along!

Scout Level features a lapbook - all the components are prepared, you just cut and fold! Check out our helpful video for Passport Italy's Lapbook

Take a peek at our Passport Italy Pinterest board to get a feel for this beautiful country!

Be sure to sign up for our email or RSS feed - you won't want to miss any of this great adventure!  Glad to have you along!


Amanda B.

Special Introductory Pricing - $4.50   
 Plus, Buy 5 titles get an additional $5 off!

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