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This pictorial map is full of little details that help your child learn the physical geography of Australia.
Children will be intrigued as they search the map looking for places like Monkey Mia, the Great Australian Bight, Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef and Sydney Harbour.
Guided by Downunder Geography Discovery Pages and the Australian Traveller’s Map Journal your child can visually explore Australia with this unique educational keepsake. It can also be used as a wall map and for a fun game of I Spy.
Journey Jottings has provided this award winning map at a discounted rate for educational purposes. It is an artist’s impression and not a navigational aid.
Printed on eco-friendly paper the map is 60cm x 42cm when open.
This resource provides a way to make the most of your Australian Traveller’s Map Journal and helps your kids delve a little deeper into Australia’s physical geography.
• A map checklist for each state, ACT and NT
• Hands-on activities as they mark in major rivers and cut and paste their map markers.
• Notebooking pages for significant Australian geographic topics.
This geography resource is an elementary level introduction to the geography of Australia.
It is aimed at primary aged children and is not meant to be a thorough study of Australian geography. Some primary children are very geography minded and will want more, for them this will only be a springboard, for others it will be just right.
With 30 Discovery Pages this resource could be used weekly over one school year. Only one map is needed for the study but if you would like a map for each child they can be purchased separately.
Used as a multi aged resource it is suitable from ages 8 (with assistance) to 14.
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