This is our catalog of courses. We will occasionally adjust the course listing to reflect the addition of new courses and the retirement of others. 

Recorded MS
Middle School Geography, Part One

Join this United States and World geography course for your student to learn the states and capitals of the US and world — and increase your student’s understanding of places in history (and navigation skills!).

Total Classes: 13

Duration: 55 minutes

Prerequisite: None

Suggested Grade Level: 6th to 8th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester Geography


We will apply two Practical Applications: First: As our world gets smaller because of rapid communication and travel, it is becoming more necessary to know our global neighbors, but before we can know them we must have a basic familiarity of where we are talking about. Second: Students in middle school are beginning to study history. While many of the stories in history are exciting on their own, it is impossible to advance in history without basic knowledge of geography. Interesting facts about most places will be discussed to help the students ground themselves more into the areas that we will study. 

OUR ULTIMATE GOAL: Memorize all of the states and capitals of the United States. Then memorize all of the countries and capitals of the world. We will also be looking at all of the continents, major mountain ranges, and rivers of the world.


Class 1 – Introduction – Continents & Oceans – Western United States

Class 2 – Plains States

Class 3 – Midwest and Southern States

Class 4 – Eastern States Part 1

Class 5 – Eastern States Part 2

Class 6 – North America

Class 7 – REVIEW

Class 8 – Greater and Lesser Antilles

Class 9 – South America

Class 10 – Western Europe

Class 11 – North Central Europe

Class 12 – South Central Europe

Class 13 – South Western Europe 

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: Geography Coloring Book (3rd Edition) by Wynn Kapit, Krishnan Namboodiri Paperback, 208 Pages, Published 2002, ISBN-13: 978-0131014725 (https://amzn.to/3aIKKly or bookfinder.com). Musical videos, created by the instructor, are provided free as a memorization tool.

Homework:  Homework will include: Daily reading & studying for 10-15 minutes, completing coloring pages in text, and online quizzes for immediate feedback.

Whether schooling one or many, Unlimited Access is the affordable way to have choices and give your students courses that fit exactly what you need.
Other Courses to Explore

Pin It on Pinterest