India -upper A Cross Curricular Theme by RIC Publishing
  

India -upper A Cross Curricular Theme

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India -upper A Cross Curricular Theme by RIC Publishing

India: A Cross Curricular Theme is a series of three books that present opportunities for pupils to discover some natural, physical, cultural, economic and political aspects about this fascinating and extremely diverse Asian country and its people. The books in this series give selected information about both modern and ancient India and use a wide variety of activities across many learning areas. Features: nine sections; Geography; History; Symbols; Modern India; Religions, Customs and celebrations; Landmarks; Folk tales and legends; The arts, and Famous people; a wide range of pupil information and activity pages; comprehensive teachers notes pages; detailed background and teacher information; suggested additional activities; cross curricular pupil activity pages; activity objectives; answers where necessary; and, curriculum links.

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Format

Paperback
51 pages

Author

RIC Publishing
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Publisher

Prim-Ed Publishing

Publication date

31st July 2010

ISBN

9781846542251


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