4 edition of National Geographic United States atlas for young explorers found in the catalog.
National Geographic United States atlas for young explorers
National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Maps, photographs, illustrations, and text present information about the regions and states of the United States.
|Other titles||United States atlas for young explorers|
|Statement||photographs from Tony Stone Images.|
|Genre||Maps for children.|
|LC Classifications||G1200 .N355 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 atlas (176 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||99034653|
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Read More Written by National Geographic Hardcover Library Binding Expertly developed to introduce the basics of reading and inspire children to discover their surroundings, this first book of words encourages what youngsters naturally love to do—explore and ask questions.
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Washington, D. Above each region is a globe positioned where that area is front and center with pictures of significant attractions on the page. School Library Journal.
Are there more areas where many people live in Africa or in Europe? Section headings are in bold colored tab shapes at the top of each page and correspond with colors of region panels in the index.
Purpose:— This resource contains in depth, current facts and statistics that students and teachers can use all year for multiple disciplines, and it is written in child-friendly terms. Gardiner Greene Hubbard became its first president and his son-in-law, Alexander Graham Bellsucceeded him in Format— The text is a visual smorgasbord of tables, charts, symbols, maps and legends, pictures with captions, flags of the world, statistics, and more!
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First, you must submit a pre-application form online. What better way to show a commitment to geography education? Use the atlas to look up the teams' hometowns.
National Geographic Young Explorer can be access on computer and mobile devices. At a glance, kids can see the mountains, rivers, and cities as well as how residents of each state make a living.
Match each continent name to the picture that is used to show something about that continent. National Geographic Books creates and distributes print and digital works that inspire, entertain, teach, and give readers access to a world of discovery and possibility on a wide range of nonfiction subjects from animals to travel, cartography to history, fun facts to moving stories.
The standards, drawn up by educators, suggest an agenda for teaching and learning geography applicable to all states and school districts.
Read More Written by National Geographic Hardcover Expertly developed to introduce the basics of reading and inspire children to discover their surroundings, this first book of words encourages what youngsters naturally love to do—explore and ask questions.
What picture or icon is used on maps to show areas that are favorites among tourists? This beautiful book is an engaging experience with fact-filled essays and spectacular photographs that will catch the curiosity of young readers Grant recipients are expected to provide the National Geographic Society with rights of first refusal for popular publication and other media coverage of their findings.
For a full list of book recommendations try Search by Theme! Each spread features introductory information to animals like tigers, sea turtles, and wolves, and includes games, facts, and beautiful National Geographic pull-out posters Continents on the Move Study the pictures in the atlas page 16 that show how scientists believe the continents came to drift apart.
You will be allowed to save your work and complete it at another time. Tools like this can make learning about your state or your country so much more interesting. What could be more fun!If you knew Rob Stewart you'll know how much he loved sharks, how much he loved the ocean.
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Washington. It's the U.S. atlas every young explorer needs. And now, the Third Edition of the award-winning National Geographic United States Atlas for Young Explorers allows kids to explore both on its beautiful pages and interactively through our specially designed Web site.
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