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Evan-Moor Beginning Geography Book

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Brand Name EVAN-MOOR
EAN 0023472037275 , 9781608236763
ISBN Number 1608236765
Is Recalled? N
Item Weight 13.76 ounces
Number of Items 1
Part Number 3727
UNSPSC Code 60106000
UPC 023472037275

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Product Features

  • Build the foundations for geography literacy, easy to introduce K 2 students to geography skills
  • Based on the national geography standards, 93 reproducible practice pages cover beginning map skills, landforms and bodies of water, and continents and oceans
  • Features two full color fold out maps that support student's multiple skill levels
  • Contains activities that easily fit into your curriculum
  • Cumulative reviews at the end of each section help you gauge student's progress

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Build the foundations for geography literacy! Beginning Geography makes it easy to introduce K2 students to geography skills. Based on the National Geography Standards, the 93 reproducible practice pages cover beginning map skills, landforms and bodies of water, and continents and oceans. You'll love Beginning Geography because it: Introduces primary students to important geography concepts. Give your grade K2 students the geography skills practice they need to successfully tackle the geography curriculum now and in the future. Features two full-color fold-out maps that support students' multiple skill levels. One poster is a simple world map that makes it easy for young students to understand beginning geography concepts. The other poster focuses on the landforms and bodies of water studied in each unit. Contains activities that easily fit into your curriculum. Because the activities don't need to be done sequentially, you can pick and choose activities that fit in with your curriculum. Presents students with geography content vocabulary. Vocabulary introduced in each lesson helps students build the foundation they need to understand geography concepts now and in the future. Provides cumulative reviews that work as a formal assessment. Cumulative reviews at the end of each section help you gauge students' progress. Reviews range in difficulty and are presented in a variety of formats, including multiple-choice, and work as a formal assessment of students' skill acquisition. What's Inside: Beginning Geography comes with 93 reproducible pages that help you introduce students to the first three essential elements of geography as outlined by the National Geography Standards. Activities cover the following geography skills: Map Skills, Landforms and Bodies of Water, and Continents and Oceans.

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  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 8 x 10.5 inches ; 13.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: 1608236765
  • Item model number: EMC3727
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,885 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

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I am using this workbook as part of my 4-year-old son's homeschooling curriculum. I taught Kindergarten for two years before getting pregnant and staying home, and this workbook is as good as - if not better than - the geography resources I was using to teach Kindergarden. I bought this workbook along with the Kid's Atlas (purchased separately), but we haven't used the altas yet. I don't think we'll need it for another year or two. I highly recommend this workbook for beginning social studies!
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I use this book with my first grade class. It is perfect for that level. However, Evan Moor has another product that I like even better called Daily Geography Lessons. They are sold by grade level. I use the 3d grade book with my 1st grade class and the kindergarten class uses the First Grade book. To me, this is fine for the normal first grade.DAILY GEOGRAPHY PRACTICE GR 3] and ][[ASIN:1557999708 Daily Geography Practice, Grade 1
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Could have been excellent but it has a major downside. I think most educators can agree that one point of having a workbook is for convenience. This workbook has quality, simple exercises that effectively teach. I bought two of these books for my homeschooled students so
I wouldnt have to make photocopies. As it turns out I would have to photocopy most of the book in order to use it as instructed. A great majority of the pages require the student to cut and paste, rendering other pages useless. It makes no sense. It is as if this books was only designed to be reproduced for the classroom setting or something. Other times it asks the students questions and expects the student to find the answer by flipping to the next page. This gets very confusing during map grid work. If all these books are like this I would not buy again. It is a
shame though because the information is solid.
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This is a terrific book! My plan is to use this for 1st grade (and you certainly can) but it really is a K-2 level book. Not only is it educational, but its content is fun for the kids.. I'd definitely recommend it!
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The concepts in this book are clearly presented, in an easy-to-understand (for a child) format, with each activity being directly related to the concept being taught. The pictures are clear (black and white drawings) and relative to each lesson. Instructions are simple and easy to comprehend for a young child.

The only issue with this book (and many others that try to span multiple grade levels) is that the information advances too quickly. I suppose if one completed a single page each month for the span of K-2 it would be perfect, but the activities sutable for a kindergartener would certainly be boring for a second grader.

The book works well for my family as we modify activities and have multiple grade levels learning from the same book. I would recomend the book, but suggest that it not be used as the single source of geography education for your child unless you only plan to use it once in a while.
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We use this in our home school for my first grade daughter. The lessons are age appropriate and simple with fun activities. The only problem I have with this book is on many of the pages it instructs the child to color something in, cut it out and glue it on the next page. However, cutting it out will leave the next page riddled with holes and unusable so I'm not sure how they want the child to do this. Many of the lessons are not able to be completely finished because of this. Annoying and an easy fix for any book publisher. I'm not sure why they didn't catch this problem.
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I really dislike this book and after having used it I am surprised at the good reviews. I am wondering if the reviewers reviewed the books after having only completed a few of the pages. This book is only designed to be be reproduced. It is not good for an individual user. This is unfortunate because I bought two of them for my homeschool students. The worksheets themselves are fine but the book is completely unusable if you don't make copies. And why would I buy a workbook for $15 each if I just had to photocopy the entire book? Throughout the book it will tell you to color and cut out such and such and then glue it onto the next page....the one that we just cut up?! This isn't just a once or twice occurence like I thought in the beginning of the book. It is almost the entire section on landforms. Beyond frustrating. And frankly, the worksheets aren't worth that kind of effort. Today I decided to just skip that section (I will read them the info but not have them cut up the book rendering it useless) and I had the kids cut out the book it tells them to make and put in numerical order. Only it is impossible to do that. Once put in book form the first page is 1, flip and you are on page 3, next page is two and flip and you are on page 4....scream! The way they have printed the booklet makes numerical order an impossibility. As if that isn't bad enough I just flipped to the continents and oceans section to see that the chapter on oceans is entitled The Four Oceans...with a description that goes on to accurately say. "The five oceans are Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic and Southern." Each photo shows the 5 oceans and each question asks the child about the Four Oceans.Read more ›
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