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Oxford Very First Atlas

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A beginner atlas introducing children to geography with maps, photos, and satellite images.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Early Atlas Skills

Designed to develop early atlas skills, this resource introduces children to basic geographical concepts and map reading through engaging content.

Visual Learning

Featuring stunning photos and satellite images, the atlas offers a rich visual experience that enhances understanding and engagement with the subject matter.

User-Friendly Design

With its accessible, visual layout, the atlas ensures that children can easily navigate and interact with the geographical content presented.

Supports Curriculum

Aligned with Key Stage 1 Geography, the atlas aids in teaching geographical skills and fieldwork, as well as locational knowledge about the UK.

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Oxford Very First Atlas

A beginner atlas introducing children to geography with maps, photos, and satellite images.

Overview

  • The Oxford Very First Atlas EY KS1 is a foundational tool for introducing young learners to the world's geography. It features engaging maps, vivid photographs, and satellite images that showcase the Earth in space, continents, countries, and the British Isles. Designed to capture children's imagination, this atlas is perfect for sparking an early interest in geography.

  • Aligned with the Key Stage 1 Geography curriculum, the atlas supports skill development in using aerial photographs to recognise landmarks and understanding basic human and physical features through simplified maps. It also enhances locational knowledge of the UK and its surrounding seas. Its user-friendly design makes geography accessible and intriguing for children.

  • The atlas invites hands-on exploration. Its clear layout and inclusion of satellite images with traditional maps offer a contemporary approach to geography, contributing to an enriching learning experience.

Supports the National Curriculum

Geography, Key Stage 1, Geographical Skills & Fieldwork

Use aerial photographs and plan perspectives to recognise landmarks and basic human and physical features, devise a simple map and use and construct basic symbols in a key.

Geography, Key Stage 1, Locational Knowledge

Name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas.

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