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Weekly Reader Maps Skills for Today Gr 2

Build your students' geographical literacy as they learn all sorts of interesting facts about how to travel around America! Students will be introduced to the concepts of maps as the practice working with map symbols, map keys, directions, compasses, grid, scale, and eventually different types of maps (political, landform, etc.) Exercises ask students to practice interpreting maps; find specific information; mark the map; read maps (i.e "Is Sam's house north or south of Jordans house?"), for a comprehensive study. Colorful maps and fun questions will capture students' interests as they move through the book. 46 pages, softcover. Answers included. Pages are NOT reproducible. Grade 2.
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Date:April 6, 2013
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Location:TN
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My kids have really enjoyed working through these map skills books, and they've learned a lot from them. Short lessons do a great job of teaching them to read and understand maps of all sorts, and very affordably. We save this book for last in our school day because it's the most fun!
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Date:November 24, 2009
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We homeschool our two boys and they love these books! The content builds a great foundation for geography and map reading. I only wish there were bigger books for each grade or several books per grade since our boys fly through these in the first few months of school.
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