This book gives your student fun and challenging practice interpreting map legends, keys, symbols and scales and using maps that range from floor plans and neighborhood maps to maps of the globe. A special section focuses on the geography of the states and regions of the United States: your student will learn key facts about the boundaries, rivers, capital cities and landmarks in all fifty states. Also included is an exploration of the geography of the western hemisphere and the world, including concrete, hands-on activities with latitude and longitude. And that's not all The Complete Book of Maps and Geography offers! You'll also find these innovative features:
Easy-to-Understand Instructions and examples to guide the learner.
Practice and Review Pages to ensure mastery of key concepts and skills.
An Answer Key that provides sample solutions and concrete examples
which support and encourage independent learning.
Perforated Pages for easy removal.
Map and geography skills are critical to your child's academic success. And with The Complete Book of Maps and Geography, your child will be well on the way!
This book offers good resources and a nice introduction to Geography. Especially for a supplemental at home program. Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by Mellissa T.
This is a good book for comprehension. It gets your child to really think about what he just read. It teaches a lot more then just maps. It helps with reading fluency too.Published on January 11, 2011 by T
This is not the book that i spected but i keeped. i think is another edition i think. Isn't the same picture.Published on October 5, 2010 by Yomaris Birriel
I bought this book to help my 8 year old son pursue his interest in maps and geography. We have only used the sections on floor plans and US geography but so far it has been... Read morePublished on April 18, 2010 by M. Ziegler
My daughter loves this book! She says it is super fun! Easy to understand, and educational! She has learned so much from it! Highly recommend it!Published on March 27, 2010 by Melody
We purchased this book for our son who is in the second grade. Unfortunately our school district just cut all of the "Gifted/Accelerated" programs due to budget constraints, so we... Read morePublished on March 12, 2010 by R. Gordon
I home school my son and we do a little bit of this book at the time. just to refresh our memory about states and capitals. but it has so much more than that.. Read morePublished on November 4, 2008 by Amazon Customer
Geography teachers will love this book. The activities cover a variety of age levels and geography comprehension levels. Read morePublished on July 7, 2008 by A. Lawson