Zoom in on Political Maps

Publisher : Enslow Publishing, LLC

ISBN-13 : 0766092208

Page : 24 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 208 voters

Where does Illinois end and Indiana begin? How do you know you are not entering Kentucky or Missouri instead? This informative look at political maps helps readers understand the symbols used for understanding political maps, including political borders and national and state capitals. Election maps and agricultural maps will also be explored as students analyze them for the information they provide. A follow-up activity leads students to make their own election map and write questions about it.

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