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Spectrum Geography, 2007 Edition, Grade 6
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Perfectly designed to complement a current geography program, prepare for tests, or to improve skills at home, Spectrum's Geography gives students the practice needed for subsequent grade levels. Filled with brightly colored illustrations, children will learn essential geographical and map reading skills. Each lesson begins with an introduction to a different place, and features its locationand human/environmental attributes. A glossary of geographicterms and an answer key are included.
This Grade 6 book covers early human migration, world religions, current events, ecoregions and maps skills. Contains references to evolution. 114 pages, softcover, indexed. 2007 Edition.
Vendor: Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC
Publication Date: 2007
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Andrea3 Stars Out Of 5March 11, 2009AndreaI was searching for a clear cut geography book for some easy end of the school year work for my children. This book was quite often confusing many times leaving important facts off the maps. An example in Lesson 8, page 47 the student is asked "which European country controlled access to the Red Sea through the Suez Canal?" The Suez canal is not labeled on the map. Another exercise asks the student to list two provinces in France. However, the map is labeled Gaul not France. Confusing to a child who has not studied Old World History or simply can't recall prior studies of previous years.
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