Europe Physical Features - Political Divisions - Resources - Culture by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers


Europe Physical Features - Political Divisions - Resources - Culture by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers

Each book contains enjoyable reading, map work and writing activities on:* location* political divisions* physical features* resources* culturesExploring Geography and the major elements of the Key Stage 2 Geography curriculum:* location knowledge - location of the world's countries, using maps to study environmental regions, key physical and human characteristics, countries and major cities.* place knowledge - understanding geographical similarities and differences* human and physical geography - studying rivers and mountains, natural resources and economic activities* geographical skills - using maps and map symbols

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126 pages


Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
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30th September 2013



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