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Collins Primary Atlases - Collins Primary Atlas Africa Flipchart:Download for use with Promethean software edition

Format: Digital download
Publication Date: 03-09-2009
ISBN: 978-0-00-734722-3

Regular price RRP £9.99 - In stock special offer


A new learning environment for students to explore mapping and geographical topics and support all core atlas products. This is a paid-for-download product – when you buy it you get instant access to download the file and Promethean software.

Collins Primary World Atlas flipcharts combine the best aspects of traditional teaching and e learning. The charts are easy to use, visually stimulating and use bright attractive graphics to engage students. Type sizes and symbols have been designed for maximum clarity. They allow teachers and learners to further develop each topic using the inbuilt tools of interactive whiteboards. The graphics can be annotated, highlighted or spotlighted as required by the teacher to promote further learning. A full range of tools are available within the software so that the teacher has the option to experiment or create further learning material at a level appropriate to the class.

You will need Promethean ActivInspire software to use this Flipchart download.

Simply go to www.prometheanplanet.com/activinspire, choose your language, then click on the download button. Login/register and complete the online form. Your download should start automatically.

Collins Primary World Atlas Africa flipchart has been created to support various aspects of the National Curriculum Programme of Study for Geography at Key Stage 2. It includes both the physical and human geography of Africa. Topics such as mountains, rivers, lakes, population, capital cities and flags are introduced in step-by-step presentations and simple activities support the teaching and learning of geography.

Quizzes incorporated into the charts, making use of Promethean voting devices, encourage students to enjoy learning and allow teachers to assess the progress of the whole class, individuals or groups within the class.

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