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The World Reference & Map Forms : Grades 3-6
by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers


Overview - The World--Reference Maps & Forms contains 92 maps, evaluation forms, a crossword puzzle, a word search, and an answer key. The first section, The World, includes: - an introduction of general facts about the world - a list of 192 countries in the world - a reference political map of the continents - a blank world map - Robinson and Mercator projection maps - globes, showing hemispheres, parallels, and meridians - maps of oceans, rivers, mountain ranges, and deserts The second section, The Continents, includes: North America: - an introduction, listing the countries, area, population, elevations, and fun facts about the continent - reference political and physical maps of North America, Canada, the United States, and Mexico - blank outline maps of North America, Canada, the United States, and Mexico--shape, political, and physical - study maps of each region of the United States and Mexico and the provinces and territories of Canada - a reference map of six regions of the United States - study maps of Central America, the Greater Antilles, and a reference map of the Lesser Antilles Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia - an introduction, listing the countries, area, population, elevations, and fun facts about the continent - a reference political and a physical map of the continent (a political map of Oceania is included with Australia) - blank outline maps of the continent--shape, political, and physical - study maps of regions of the continent Antarctica and the Arctic Region - an introduction, listing the area, elevations, and fun facts about the continent - reference polar projection maps of Antarctica and the Arctic Region - a reference map of the scientific stations in Antarctica - blank outline projection maps of Antarctica and the Arctic Region  Read more...

 
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Overview
The World--Reference Maps & Forms contains 92 maps, evaluation forms, a crossword puzzle, a word search, and an answer key. The first section, The World, includes: - an introduction of general facts about the world - a list of 192 countries in the world - a reference political map of the continents - a blank world map - Robinson and Mercator projection maps - globes, showing hemispheres, parallels, and meridians - maps of oceans, rivers, mountain ranges, and deserts The second section, The Continents, includes: North America: - an introduction, listing the countries, area, population, elevations, and fun facts about the continent - reference political and physical maps of North America, Canada, the United States, and Mexico - blank outline maps of North America, Canada, the United States, and Mexico--shape, political, and physical - study maps of each region of the United States and Mexico and the provinces and territories of Canada - a reference map of six regions of the United States - study maps of Central America, the Greater Antilles, and a reference map of the Lesser Antilles Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia - an introduction, listing the countries, area, population, elevations, and fun facts about the continent - a reference political and a physical map of the continent (a political map of Oceania is included with Australia) - blank outline maps of the continent--shape, political, and physical - study maps of regions of the continent Antarctica and the Arctic Region - an introduction, listing the area, elevations, and fun facts about the continent - reference polar projection maps of Antarctica and the Arctic Region - a reference map of the scientific stations in Antarctica - blank outline projection maps of Antarctica and the Arctic Region

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781557999542
  • ISBN-10: 1557999546
  • Publisher: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
  • Publish Date: January 2004
  • Page Count: 112
  • Reading Level: Ages 8-11


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