Oxford First Atlas by Patrick Wiegand
  

Oxford First Atlas

Written by Patrick Wiegand

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5-8+ (Year 1-3, KS 1-2). This is a brightly illustrated, informative atlas designed specially to appeal to and enthuse young children about the world around us and beyond our shores.

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Oxford First Atlas by Patrick Wiegand

The Oxford First Atlas is a bright and informative atlas. It combines the essential features of colourful, clear mapping with many colour photographs, including aerial photos and satellite imagery, and light and humorous artwork. The atlas makes the link between photograph, artwork, map symbol, and text in a number of expanded picture keys. There is simple, clear topographic mapping of the whole of the British Isles; Environmental maps of each of the seven Continents and the Polar regions; up-to-date World maps using the curriculum preferred projection (Eckert IV); and a child-friendly index, which includes both page numbers and grid references. Topics including planet earth, making a map of the world, countries, rivers, hills and mountains, weather, where people live, how the land is used, and journeysare covered.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Patrick Wiegand
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd March 2011

ISBN

9780198487845

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