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Beginning Geography Resource Book

Item #: 876928 | Model #: EMC3727
Beginning Geography Resource Book
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Beginning geography resource book makes it easy to introduce K-2 students to geography skills to build the foundations for geography literacy.

Evan-Moor® "Beginning Geography" Resource book is ideal for grades K - 2 and has 2 colored fold out maps that supports student's multiple skill levels. Resource book with 112 pages that covers debut map skills, bodies of water, continents and oceans.

  • Age group and grade: Ages 3 - 8 and grades kindergarten - 2nd
  • Author: Jo Ellen Moore
  • Number of pages: 112
  • Format: paperback
  • Contains activities that easily fit into your curriculum and provides cumulative reviews that work as a formal assessment
  • Presents students with geography content vocabulary to help them build the foundation they need to understand geography concepts now and in the future
  • Cumulative reviews at the end of each section help you gauge student's progress, reviews range in difficulty and are presented in a variety of formats including multiple choice and work as a formal assessment of student's skill acquisition
  • Based on the National Geography Standards, the 93 reproducible practice pages cover beginning map skills, landforms and bodies of water and continents and oceans
  • Features 2 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
  • Build the foundations for Geography literacy!
  • Beginning Geography makes it easy to introduce K - 2 students to geography skills
  • You'll love Beginning Geography because it introduces primary students to important geography concepts