National Geographic Kids United States Atlas Sixth Edition for ages 8-12. Celebrated its grandeur and diversity with more than 75 National Geographic maps; more than 350 color images, including lively photo essays about the country, the regions, each state, and even the territories; 50-plus attention-grabbing graphics; and more than 50 fun fact boxes to help you discover all you need to know. Can you name all 50 state capitals and the most populous cities in each state? We can! You will too when you find them, plus thousands of other sites, using our comprehensive place name index. How does it work? With map bingo grids to help you find your way easily through the 50 states.
Explore fascinating topics such as natural disasters, population movement, and energy on 8 thematic maps. Check the graphic on page 106 to see where the country’s largest Amish population lives, and get a close look at and allusive predator that stalks the West remote mountain areas on page 131. Learning about your country has never been more fun! Travel the nation without ever leaving your home. Learn fast facts about eight states, including state flags, birds, and important statistics. Get to know the country’s topography, and check out the economic activities that make each place special.
My Opinion: this book is filled with so much information and a nice map of each state along with the state flag, state bird, and so much more it is a great resource for kids are homeschooling right now with the coronavirus. And in school, I learned the state capitals so I pretty much know the capital state and whether located on the map.
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