This resource has a ton of great worksheet games or activities that will increase my students map skills. I would use these as independent practice or a group activity after teaching them the different parts of a map.
Teach Your Child to Read - FREE Craftivity! This is a simple cut-and-paste collage style compass rose craft. It helps kids understand how a compass rose. read more Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Fourth Grade Geography Worksheets: State Scavenger Hunt - practice working with latitude and longitude, as well as getting students used to this format for when they write their own Indiana scavenger hunt
This Project Based Learning idea was a hit with my elementary students! They loved diving into map skills and landforms and, of course, burying their own treasure! This is a great way to introduce PBL activities in an engaging way. This PBL resource inclu
A Location and Map Skills Social Studies Unit that teaches students about North American landforms, urban, rural, and suburban communities, grid maps, and family history. A perfect unit for first, second, and third grades.
Mapping activity - teaching about coordinates, longitude, latitude, etc.- They use ribbon for the equator and prime meridian - not a bad crafts project of the year to assess my students' experience with such projects.