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Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Pearson Learning
|Publication Date: 1990|
Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 X .15 (inches)
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Teaches your first through eighth graders the mapping skills they'll need in everyday life! These colorful workbooks were great to use in our home. Incorporating aspects of social studies, economics, and geography, they foster advanced thinking skills, such as drawing conclusions, making inferences, and using directions. With all the interesting exercises, your kids will have so much fun, they won't even know they're doing schoolwork! A handy, inexpensive resource that works for all ages. Can be utilized independently or supplementally. Answer keys included. Approx. 45 to 90 pages each, softcovers. -- Cindy
Kathy5 Stars Out Of 5Maps, Charts and GraphsFebruary 15, 2016KathyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5When searching for a curriculum to teach our child about maps, I came across "Maps, Charts and Graphs" by Modern Curriculum Press on the Rainbow Resource Center website. "Maps, Charts and Graphs Level A, The Places Around Me" teaches basic math skills to young children in a friendly and fun format. The consumable worktext is divided into twenty one lessons, covering topics such as reading a picture to reading bar graphs. The text is self explanatory with colored pictures throughout. An answer key is in the back of the book. The series "Maps, Charts and Graphs" consists of eight levels: Level A The Places Around Me, Level B Neighborhoods, Level C Communities, Level D States and Regions, Level E United States and its Neighbors, Level F Eastern Hemisphere, Level G The World and Level H United States Past and Present. The series can be utilized according to the grade level listed on the back cover or at your child's own pace. This curriculum will give your child a firm foundation in reading and constructing maps, charts and graphs.
MiracleMom5 Stars Out Of 5Great little bookOctober 3, 2014MiracleMomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Easy to use with lots of fun ways to learn everthing you need to know about maps.
Quinn's Mom4 Stars Out Of 5December 14, 2007Quinn's MomMy son loves this series. We started with the "A" level, as I picked it up at a local home school store and it looked like a great workbook. After completing it, my son begged for more in the series and we're already working on book B, with C waiting in his school bin! The activities and engaging graphics, combined with the fun maps and directions make this a really great geography series. We only wish they would make each book a little longer, as they each have only about 10-12 short lessons in them. This isn't good when your kids want to do 1-2 lessons each time they sit down with it!