Top level portal for Class G: Geography, Anthropology and Recreation
Geography is the science that studies the lands, the features, the inhabitants, and the phenomena of the Earth.
Child portal: Exploration
Atlases and maps are visual representations of areas, often symbolically showing the relations of elements within that area.
Mathematical geography is the branch of geography that deals with the figures and measurements of the earth, including seasons and tides.
Cartography is the study and practice of making maps.
Physical geography is that branch of geography which deals with natural features.
Oceanography is the branch of geography that deals with the oceans.
Economic geography is that branch of geography which deals with the study of the spatial variation of human economic activities.
Environment covers education, policy, and social movements related to the natural world or ecosystem.
Human geography is the branch of geography which deals with the study of people, communities and cultures.
Anthropology is the scientific and social study of humanity.
Child portal: Cultural anthropology
Folklore is the popular tradition—the tales, legends and superstitions—of a particular ethnic population.
Child portals: Arthurian legend • Mermaids • Reynard • Robin Hood
Manners and customs covers common ways of behaviour and practices in society.
Child portals: April Fools' Day • Arbor Day • Fashion (Spirella) • Holidays (Halloween, Valentine's Day) • Housing • International Women's Day • Women's Equality Day
Recreation and leisure covers hobbies and activities that occupy a person's free time.
Child portal: Boy Scouts of America • Chess • Ice hockey • Indianapolis 500 • Sports