Teaching Map Skills
Ideas, activities, and freebies for teaching map skills in third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade
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Maps Activity Bundle for Distance Learning
Do you need engaging teaching resources to help teach about maps? This fun Maps Bundle by SOLTrainLearning includes a printable version for students to keep and practice, Maps Reader Boom Cards that include audio,questions, literacy activities,a cappella song and a fun and upbeat song about maps and globes. Grab the bundle while it is on sale! #boomcards#distancelearning#maps#literacy
How to Make Distance Learning Fun with Maps | Dynamic Learning
Read about some simple ways to teach about maps to your primary students or younger children. They will create and sing and learn great vocabulary as they read about maps. Parents can use these resources at home for distance learning as well. #maps#socialstudies#distancelearning
Me on the Map Flip Book Activities ⭐ 1st Grade Social Studies
Me on the Map! Map skills ~Differentiated!Me on the Map ~ Map Skills Geography Activity! (US)Creates a super cute 7 page "Me on the Map" ~ map skills ~ geography book. This helps teach some of the most basic "must know" geography! I have included 2 versions: A guideline font with dotted words to trace AND a version for differentiation with just blank guidelines for more experienced writers.Step-by-step directions and pictures can be seen on my blog: Peasinapodlessons.comTo get started, I pho...
Map Skills Battleship Game
Map Skills Battleship Game My students were having a hard time with longitude and latitude. They could not really judge the halfway points between the longitude or latitude lines provided on printed maps and they could not visualize the idea of the coordinates and the fact that the two numbers together made a target on the location we were trying to identify. I compared longitude and latitude lines to a game of Battleship and suddenly lightbulbs went on! I adapted a United States map to f...
Map Skills: Go on a Map Scavenger Hunt with US Maps & World Maps
Learning and practicing Map Skills has never been so much fun! This resource has several engaging map activities that will have students hunting for answers. It works well for centers and to review map skills for a beginning of the year activity. A complete unit with activities for students to practice their map skills. High-resolution maps are included for students to use for completing a variety of map activities.
Fall Foliage Maps – When Do Leaves Change Color in the United States?
When do the leaves turn color? Why do the leaves change colors at different times in different regions? This autumn, challenge your students to create fall foliage maps of their own then analyze patterns. Kids love these coloring sheets! They color states (or parts of states) to show when leaves change colors in each area of the country. Two levels, basic and advanced, allow you to differentiate for your fourth grade, fifth grade, or sixth grade class.