Spine title : Maps and globes.
|Other titles||Maps & globes., Maps and globes.|
|Statement||written by Marilyn Berry ; pictures by Bartholomew|
|Series||Skills on studying|
|LC Classifications||GA105.6.B4 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
Maps & Globes is a wonderful little book choked full of information for children ages 7 to It gives the history of map making and how to read maps, explains the difference between physical and political maps, tells how to measure the earth with a globe and piece of by: 4. Use this resource to review basic map and globe facts in this mini-book with students. Your students will have a no problem remembering the different types of maps that are used with this comprehensive guide. They visuals that accompany each map type is a great touch that makes the mini-book memorable. That’s precisely what the delightful vintage grade school primer How We Use Maps and Globes (public library) does. Originally published in as part of the same Social Studies Program series that gave us How People Live in the Suburbs, the slim page book explores the basics of distance, scale, direction, and orientation through vibrant illustrations, black-and-white photographs, . Maps and Globes Unit contains over 90 pages of material specifically designed for students with special learning needs, especially autism. This unit on maps and globes addresses the characteristics of maps and globes in a simplified but rigorous way for students with diverse learning needs to make.
Maps • Globes • Graphs Complements basal instruction with practice, enrichment, and extension Revised series instruction with practice, enrichment, and extension. Revised series integrates map and graph skills into. Looking at Maps and Globes | Teachers. Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities Paperback Book. Paperback Book; QTY. 1 +-ADD TO CART. IN THE TEACHER STORE. Save to Wishlist. Other Books . Maps and globes 1. Maps and Globes 2. Learner Expectations: I will demonstrate my understanding of how to use maps, globes, and other geographic tools by being able to tell the purpose of a map being able to identify, name, or point to the six parts of a map. 3. A map is a flat drawing of a place or a part of the world. Maps and globes provide a variety of important information, from weather patterns to the locations of roads and streets. Readers (Ages ) will discover the difference between maps and globes. They will also learn how to use different types of maps to find the information they need.4/5(3).