Review the different quizzes in this section to use as the perfect complement to your lessons and activities. You can use these quizzes as is or can modify them to better meet your teaching style or the needs of your classroom. Use these printable map outlines or review the Practicing Map Skills activity to help your students learn about the different geographic features of various places around the world.
These maps can be used again and again and are great resources to help student keep track of the constantly changing world. Need an interactive game to help reinforce your students' understanding of a geographical unit? This section is the one for you. Whether you want to teach students initial map skills by creating your own map of your classroom, or help them remember the different features that can be used when viewing a map, these printable games will make learning fun for your students.
Build your students inquiry, research, and discussion skills with these geographical technology resources. In this section, students will be responsible for investigating the world's wonders and reporting on their findings. Use these printable maps to teach a comprehensive study of the geographical makeup of the United States. Students can keep these maps as study tools when looking back on a full year's study of the U. Use these printable maps to teach a comprehensive study of the geographical makeup of the the world.
Students can keep these maps as study tools when looking back on a full year's study of the world. Help your students keep track of all the political affiliations during different historical periods with these resources. In this section, you can use printable maps, interactive books and slideshows, or just reinforce their understanding of geographical topic with various quizzes.
Looking to build your geographical resource library? This section can provide you a wealth of resources ranging from lesson plans, various charts and maps, or just some fun information or facts on the different parts of the world. Uses these Skill Builder guides to help students learn research skills and discover fun facts about geography. Each guide divides into different activities according to your individual classrooms grade level so it can be a resource that you use for any classroom. It also is completed weekly so this be a great compliment to your daily lessons, review sessions, or even as homework activities for your students.
Use these resources to help students learn about the geography from different historical periods or important events. In this section, you have access to different lesson plans, printable maps, interactive activities, and classroom guides for discussions. These resources can be kept as is or can be modified to be better for your individual teaching style or classroom needs.
Map Skills for Elementary Students
Planning a cross-curricular study with your fellow teachers? Or just trying to help students understand how geography is formed? This section will provide you for a little bit of both! In this section, you have access to different comprehension resources that outline the causes and effects of natural disasters and how that has developed the geography from the past to today. Planning a cross-curricular study with the other teachers in various content areas? Or just trying to help students understand map reading and geography skills? This section will help you prepare for any objective or goal you have for your students.
Use the different printable maps, lesson plans, or graphic organizers to build students comprehension and map-reading skills by focusing on topics such as time zones and latitude and longitude. In small groups, students need to write a plan for their community that includes at least ten symbols and why they chose them.
Examples: buildings, roads, parks, parking lots, trees, and other small objects 3.
Geography Teacher Resources
Groups will take their plan and recreate it using the computer program Neighborhood Map Machine. They will also enter in the Notebook a brief description of their community. Make sure groups save their maps for future use. Saved maps can then be used in the Mystery Mode of the program and Slideshow. Each group needs to print a copy of the map and description for each group member and the teacher.
Students print 3D models of their buildings and objects from their map Print Goodies menu and reproduce them on a heavy stock paper. Have the students then cut, fold, and paste to create their 3D objects. Each group will recreate the roads, parks, lakes Add buildings and other 3D objects to the grid.
Overview: Students identify compass directions in the classroom and on a map. They will use a compass rose to identify directions on a map, determine a route, give directions, and solve a mystery based on direction. Laminate if possible. Introduce four main directions using activities in text. Read pages M10 - M11 from text together. Hand out laminated copies of compass rose.
Play Simon Says with main directions, then add intermediate directions.
Lesson Plans: Map Skills (Elementary, Geography)
Activity: Students will work in their small groups from Lesson One to complete a mystery using a compass rose. Students need the Directions-Mystery Map activity sheet. Complete this together. Using the Directions-Extension Map, each group will work to find the mystery location based on directional clues given in the program.
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