Atlas of the Seven Continents contains amazing continental maps and detailed information on population, beliefs, climate and vegetation, ecology and environment, economy, and politics and history. This is the best book for Geography class and for anyone who need information about any continent on Earth. Describes the continents in great detail!
Looking at the natural and human-made features on our planet, this book is organised by the world's seven continents. Each spread contains a computer-generated map with picture icons of landmarks that give the area its character, from spectacular mountains and canyons to castles, temples, monuments and public buildings. Both ancient and modern wonders are covered. All the landmarks on the map are featured on the page, either in the main text, in a factfile or in a Can You Find panel. The book also contains four feature spreads on different types of buildings, palaces, places of worship and the seven wonders of the world.
Follow along with your favorite Angry Birds characters as they fly around the world discovering continents, countries, and cultures. Kids will be hooked on a wacky search for the Angry Birds' eggs as they seek out clues that lead them to amazing discoveries. Readers analyze and observe the world from a global perspective as they build basic skills. Packed with learning exercises and fun activities, the Angry Birds Playground: Atlas will transform kids into explorers and leave them wanting more adventure.
In a thoughtful and engaging critique, geographer Martin W. Lewis and historian Karen Wigen re-examine the basic geographical divisions we take for granted. Their up-to-the-minute study reflects both on the global scale and its relation to the specific continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa actually part of one contiguous landmass. Photos. maps.
Juvenile Nonfiction by Hammond World Atlas Corporation
Europe, the second smallest continent on Earth, has 43 countries. Some geographers consider Europe part of a landmass that includes Asia, called Eurasia. Actually, it is a large peninsula, or mass of land that is surrounded on three sides by water. Europes climate ranges from frozen tundra to warm Mediterranean. The first great civilization in Europe reached its height in Greece about 2,500 years ago. Since then, empires have risen and fallen in Europe. Today, many different ethnic groups call Europe home.
A one-of-a-kind atlas that glorifies God, explores His creation, and honors His followers around the world! Discover amazing wonders of God's creation, including longest rivers, tallest mountains, and more. Examine interesting factual details about Christian explorers, missionaries, and history makers. learn about geographic features and how these were formed by the Flood, plate tectonics, and volcanic activity - plus other details of God's amazing design. The atlases that line the shelves of libraries and bookstores are filled with both evolutionary thought and secular worldviews. This atlas is packed with unique insights into Christian history makers and amazing landmarks. One will explore the design of ecosystems and biomes, great civilizations, and discoveries found around the world. The full-color, visually engaging book provides a dual purpose as an elementary curriculum and a valued reference tool. Outline maps and facts regarding the seven continents are provided, as well as detailed maps and data of the featured countries. The comprehensive information provided for each focus country will bring to light their culture and traditions, holidays, exploration, legal system, and economic industries, as well as missionary accounts and other material to help children connect to people from regions around the globe.
Daily Learning Drills provides complete daily practice for essential sixth grade skills. Topics include verb tenses, compound and complex sentences, writing paragraphs, decimals and percentages, human anatomy, the solar system, and many more. Daily Learning Drills provides complete daily practice for essential school skills. Learning activities support the Common Core State Standards and cover English language arts and reading, math, science, and social studies. A review section reinforces skills for each subject area. With Daily Learning Drills, students will find the skills and practice they need for school success.
Juvenile Nonfiction by National Geographic Society (U.S.)
Visit all seven continents and discover some of their amazing features, from high mountains and deep lakes to extreme habitats and weather. This beautifully illustrated children's atlas looks at the people, animals, plants and geological features that make our world such a special place. Perfect for young readers aged 5 and up.
Did you know that: Sea otters can spend months in the water without returning to land? Flying fish can glide for 300 ft over the water? A Praying Mantis can rotate its head 180 degrees? Become an expert on all things that swim, fly, walk, hop, slither, and crawl! In a celebration of the many animals that share our planet, this gorgeously illustrated atlas explores over 250 different animals across the seven continents. Learn where different animals live, what they eat, how they communicate, and many more fascinating facts!
North America is a continent of many natural wonders. It has the longest coastline of any continent in the world at 190,000 miles, including the island of Greenland and the Caribbean islands. It has two of the worlds major mountain ranges: the Appalachians in the east and the Rocky Mountains in the west. North America contains every kind of climate on Earth, from frozen tundra to tropical wetlands. It has sunny beaches and arid deserts. It contains 23 countries, including Canada, the second largest country in area on Earth, the United States, and Mexico.