DK Workbook: Geography - Sixth Grade
Topics include: standard map components, world time zones, informational maps, physical features, North American, European, South American, Asian, African and Australian political and physical maps; and regions of India, Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Russia.
DK Workbooks: Geography, Sixth Grade is a great tool to supplement school curriculum help your sixth-grade student learn geography concepts. Created to help support kids ages 11 and 12, this workbook will features exercise from different natural resources to political divisions on each continents that are taught in fourth grade classrooms. Level by level, these write-in DK Workbooks: Geography offer at-home practice that kids actually enjoy making them ideal supplements to schoolwork.
Designed to support the Common Core State Standards, this series is developed with leading educational experts to build confidence and understanding. Each leveled workbook, for children ages 3 11, is packed with activities and challenges, offering the beneficial repetition and cumulative learning that lead to mastery. Fact boxes on each page give a simple overview of the topics being covered, helping children get their bearings, review the basics, and often see an example of the task at hand. The exercises themselves reinforce key geography topics, including map reading, compass directions, continents, countries and states, borders, bodies of water, and more.
For an engaging, but gentle, introductory geography series, look no further than this fun set of books from DK! Geography is presented in short bites and fact boxes with a variety of puzzles, activities and exercises throughout each book. Students build on what they have already learned as they progress through the series. Workbook pages are two-color and consumable, though not reproducible. Answers and teacher notes are included, as is a sheet of 200 gold reward stickers to help track progress. While the standards met are not detailed anywhere in the books, they do meet the Common Core State Standards. ~ Zach
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