Oxford Atlas+
for Australian Schools
HASS | STEM | Inquiry | Coding

More than maps: your essential HASS and STEM solution

Oxford Atlas+ is more than just a traditional atlas series. It provides comprehensive coverage of the Science and Humanities and Social Sciences curricula for Years F–6 across a suite of print and digital resources. There is also targeted support for the Technologies curriculum, including coding.

Oxford Atlas+ is the only differentiated atlas that caters to early, middle and upper primary students and is the only atlas series that offers students digital access to rich interactive content.





Oxford Atlas+
for Australian Schools

Years F–6

The atlases:

  • teach essential map-reading skills and feature world, continent and country maps
  • contain high-interest topics explicitly linked to outcomes in the Science and HASS curricula
  • use practical, inquiry-based activities and experiments to teach topics and to develop students' critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • are accompanied by a wealth of resources that support the Technologies curriculum, including coding interactives and unplugged activities designed to develop authentic design solutions and computational thinking across different subject areas.

Table of contents:

MAP SKILLS
Mapping our earth
What is a map?
What is a legend?
What is direction?
What is a grid?
What is scale?
Introducing my world
My room
My house
My street
My neighbourhood
My city
OUR WORLD
Sun, Earth and Moon
Seasons and weather
Natural environment
Living things
Life cycle of a frog
Endangered animals
Water on Earth
Caring for the environment
Our amazing senses
Push and pull
Places from the past
Australia's first people
My family tree
Families
Remembering the past
Houses of different materials
Food from different cultures
Celebrations around Australia
OUR COUNTRY
Australia
About Australia
Western Australia
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
Victoria
Tasmania
THE WORLD
The Pacific
New Zealand
Asia
Europe
Africa
North America
South America
Antarctica
Index
DISCOVERING MAP SKILLS
What is a map?
The map legend
Maps use direction and scale
Finding places on maps
Interpreting data
Different kinds of maps
DISCOVERING OUR WORLD
Sun, Earth and Moon
Day and night
Seasons
Changing Earth
Rivers change the land
The changing coastline
Humans change the land
Natural resources
Habitats in Australia
Australia's natural resources
Using our natural resources
Living things
Living and non-living things
Extinct animals
Life cycles
Heat
Hottest and coldest
Producing heat
How do we use heat?
Forces
Different forces
Speed and friction
Magnets
Fist people
Australia's first people
Indigenous sustainability practices
Arrival and impact
Exploration
The British arrive in Australia
Living cultures
Communities and celebrations
Communities around the world
Democracy
Multicultural Australia
Remembering the ANZACs
Discovering our country
Australia
About Australia
Western Australia
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
Victoria
Tasmania
Discovering continents and countries
World environments
World countries
Pacific
New Zealand
Asia
South-East Asia
East Asia
South Asia
Middle East
Europe
Northern Europe
Southern Europe
Russia and neighbours
Africa
Northern Afica
Southern Africa
North America
Canada, Alaska and Greenland
United States of America
Central America and the Caribbean
South America
Northern South America
Southern South America
Antarctica
Map index
Subject index
EXPLORING MAP SKILLS
Observing the world
Reading maps
Using a legend
Different kinds of maps
Using direction
Using grids, lattitude and longitude
Using scale
Interpreting graphs
EXPLORING OUR WORLD
Our changing earth
Earth in space
Volcanoes and earthquakes
Managing natural disasters
Changing states
Changing states of water
The water cycle
Rainbows, light and colour
Water in oceans
Surviving in different environments
Animals and their habitats
People adapting to environments
Australia's climate and vegetation
Survival in Australia's deserts
Living in Australia
Where do we live?
How have places grown?
Living in communities
Caring for places
Using and conserving resources
Australia's minerals and energy
Renewable energy
Making electricity
Power in the home
Australia in the world
Australia and Asia
World population
Contrasts in living conditions
Refugees
Australian colonies
First Australian colonies
Colonial settlement
Gold rush
Exploration
Australia as a nation
Federation
Population and migration
Indigenous rights
Government
Democracy and the law
Australian citizenship
A globalised world
Global citizenship
Being a consumer
Providing goods and services
EXPLORING OUR COUNTRY
Australia: Natural
Australia: Human
Western Australia
Northern Territory
South Australia
Queensland
New South Wales
Australian Capital Territory
Victoria
Tasmania
EXPLORING CONTINENTS AND COUNTRIES
World: Natural
World: Human
Pacific
New Guinea
New Zealand
Asia: Natural
Asia: Human
South-East Asia
East Asia
South Asia
Middle East
Europe: Natural
Europe: Human
Northern Europe
Southern Europe
Russia and Central Asia
Africa: Natural
Africa: Human
Northern Africa
Southern Africa
North America: Natural
North America: Human
Canada, Alaska and Greenland
United States of America
Central America and the Caribbean
South America: Natural
South America: Human
Northern South America
Southern South America
Antarctica
Arctic
World Statistics
Map index
Subject index
Atlas+ for Australian Schools F–2
Student Book ISBN: 9780190310769
RRP: $31.95
Student Dashboard Not available
Teacher Dashboard ISBN: 9780190310790
Atlas+ for Australian Schools 3–4
Student Book ISBN: 9780190310776
RRP: $33.95
Student Dashboard ISBN: 9780190310820
Teacher Dashboard ISBN: 9780190310806
Atlas+ for Australian Schools 5–6
Student Book ISBN: 9780190310783
RRP: $34.95
Student Dashboard ISBN: 9780190310837
Teacher Dashboard ISBN: 9780190310813

Take a tour of Atlas+ digital resources

Oxford Atlas+ print atlases are supported by a suite of digital resources on Oxford Owl. Engage your students and confidently cover the HASS, Science and Technologies curricula with assistance from a comprehensive range of digital resources and teacher support materials.

Oxford Atlas+ is the only Primary atlas series that gives digital access to students
(Years 3–6).

Student Dashboard resources include:

  • mapping skills and topic interactives
  • step-by-step coding interactives
  • interactive layered maps
  • self-correcting quizzes
  • a selection of OZBOX topic cards
  • videos, weblinks + more!

Available for Years F–6, Teacher Dashboards provide access to all features from the Student Dashboards, in addition to a suite of assessment tools and professional support materials.

Teacher Dashboard resources include:

  • detailed professional support notes
  • pre-assessment and assessment activities
  • downloadable activity sheets
  • explicit curriculum links
  • the ability to assign pages to students
  • online tracking of quiz results + more!

Help your class navigate a crowded curriculum

Learn essential
map-reading skills

Mapping-skills pages introduce and explore essential map-reading skills.

Detailed world, continent, country and state maps include case studies to help students explore the world around them.

Cross-disciplinary coverage

High-interest topic spreads cover Science, History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship (Years 3–6) and Economics and Business (Years 5–6) content from the Australian Curriculum.

This integrated curriculum approach encourages students to be innovatative, creative learners.

Inspire your students with engaging digital content

Explore the world and build skills for deeper understanding

Interactive layered maps enable students to explore their world and understand the distribution of habitats, natural resources and other environmental features.

Mapping skills and topic interactives develop students' critical thinking and problem-solving skills while encouraging them to be creative learners.

Learn to code

Coding interactives develop students’ sequencing and computational thinking skills.

Visual step-by-step instructions make these activities easy for teachers to administer and students to follow (Years 3–6).

Experience unparalleled teacher support

Plan with confidence

Detailed professional support notes suggest activities, ideas and classroom experiments.

Explicit curriculum links enable teachers to deliver comprehensive coverage of the Science and HASS curricula for Years F–6, with targeted support for the Technologies curriculum.

Assign work and instantly track student progress

Share atlas pages, assign quizzes and allocate activities to students directly from the Teacher Dashboard.

Evaluate student understanding and skill development with pre-assessment and assessment activities.

Instantly track quiz results and chart student progress online.

Purchasing options


Contact us today

Oxford Atlas+ is available via different purchasing options and bundles. Get in touch with your local Oxford Primary Sales Consultant today to discover which option will deliver the best results in your classroom.

PURCHASE TYPE PRINT STUDENT BOOKS STUDENT DIGITAL DASHBOARDS TEACHER DIGITAL DASHBOARDS
INDIVIDUAL
PURCHASE
Oxford Atlas+ F–2: $31.95
Oxford Atlas+ 3–4: $33.95
Oxford Atlas+ 5–6: $34.95
  • Individual purchase not available
  • Individual purchase not available
    CLASS SET
    (25+ COPIES)
    Price per book (as above)
  • FREE for 24 months (same number of student digital dashboard accounts as print Student Books purchased).

    $5 per additional student for 24 months' access.
  • Site license FREE for 24 months (all teachers can access).

    Then $299.95 for access for the remaining life of the edition.
    BOOKLIST Price per book (as above) FREE Site license: FREE for the life of the edition (all teachers can access).

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    Complete this form to access samples from each of the Oxford Atlas+ Teacher Dashboards. The samples will be added to your Oxford Owl account. Don't have an account? One will be created for you.

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