Dollygirl's sixth-grade geography class--at least the formal part--is meant to be done once a week, on her own. I am combining some resources we have to make a study guide that will cover the first two terms of the school year. I'll probably add in things like online quizzes and videos, when we get there.
Here's a sample:
Cool Geography, by Jane Glicksman: Read the Introduction: What's So Cool About Geography?
Hammond Discovering Maps. Read pages 4-9 and narrate.
Question: This book assumes that you live in the United States. How would you rewrite the "Your Country" section for Canadians?
Cool Geography, chapter 1: Cool Maps: The World At Your Fingertips, to page 10
Keywords: map, scale, legend, compass rose
Hammond Discovering Maps. Read pages 10-12 and narrate.
Hammond Discovering Maps. Read pages 13-15 and narrate.
Cool Geography, chapter 1: Cool Maps: The World At Your Fingertips, pages 10-14
Keywords: types of maps, gazetteer, atlas, marine chart
Cool Geography Activity 3: Map questions about the United States (page 20)
Cool Geography, chapter 1: Cool Maps: The World At Your Fingertips, pages 14-22
Keywords: absolute location, Equator, Eratosthenes, Greenwich, hemispheres, latitude, longitude, degrees, International Date Line, Ptolemy, time zones
Cool Geography Activity 2: Make a grapefruit globe.