Collins School Atlases - Collins Junior Atlas: (Sixth edition)

Paperback

The must-have Back to School Atlas for Year 6

Fully revised and updated, this is an ideal world reference atlas for young primary school geographers aged 8-11 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.
  • 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.

RRP: £8.99

ISBN

978-0-00-855646-4

Publication Date

02-02-2023

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

226x312mm

Product Description

The must-have Back to School Atlas for Year 6

Fully revised and updated, this is an ideal world reference atlas for young primary school geographers aged 8-11 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.
  • 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.

Author

Stephen Scoffham and Collins Maps

Explore the world through accurate and up-to-date mapping.