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    Collins Junior Atlas (Collins Primary Atlases)

    £8.99
    Fully revised and updated for 2020, this is an ideal world reference atlas for young primary school geographers aged 9-11 years (Key stage 2). Published in association with the Geographical Association, it enables children to learn about the world today and understand how maps and atlases work.
    ISBN: 9780008381516
    AuthorCollins Maps
    Pub Date03/03/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages80
    Availability: In Stock

    Fully revised and updated for 2020, this is an ideal world reference atlas for young primary school geographers aged 9-11 years (Key stage 2). Published in association with the Geographical Association, it enables children to learn about the world today and understand how maps and atlases work.


    * The atlas is organised into sections covering the UK, Europe, the world and continents with more detailed larger scale maps of countries and regions popular for focus studies.


    * It includes topics such as climate, population, migration, trade and environmental issues, such as global warming.


    * Topographical based mapping helps the young geographer understand the processes which take place during the formation of the earth's landscapes.


    * The reference mapping is designed for maximum clarity and accessibility, and is supported by photographs and data boxes, with detailed map keys and scale information on each map.


    * Specially selected topic maps give additional information linking to knowledge and understanding of distant places.


    * Tables of key world country data include an Ecological Footprint figure for each country.

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    Fully revised and updated for 2020, this is an ideal world reference atlas for young primary school geographers aged 9-11 years (Key stage 2). Published in association with the Geographical Association, it enables children to learn about the world today and understand how maps and atlases work.


    * The atlas is organised into sections covering the UK, Europe, the world and continents with more detailed larger scale maps of countries and regions popular for focus studies.


    * It includes topics such as climate, population, migration, trade and environmental issues, such as global warming.


    * Topographical based mapping helps the young geographer understand the processes which take place during the formation of the earth's landscapes.


    * The reference mapping is designed for maximum clarity and accessibility, and is supported by photographs and data boxes, with detailed map keys and scale information on each map.


    * Specially selected topic maps give additional information linking to knowledge and understanding of distant places.


    * Tables of key world country data include an Ecological Footprint figure for each country.