Map Skills

Map Skills

Author: Alaska Hults

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 9781591981190

Category: Education

Page: 49

View: 329

19 maps and related activities perfect for teaching first graders to read and understand maps. Meets map standards for first grade.

Map Skills, Gr. 3, eBook

Map Skills, Gr. 3, eBook

Author: Alaska Hults

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 9781591988144

Category: Education

Page: 48

View: 242

19 maps and related activities perfect for teaching third graders to read and understand maps. Meets map standards for third grade.

Comic-Strip Map Skills

Comic-Strip Map Skills

Author: Michael Gravois

Publisher: Scholastic

ISBN: 0439215579

Category: Education

Page: 64

View: 170

Skills covered in this activity book include: cardinal directions, latitude and longitude, scale, time zones and lots more!

Map Skills: The World

Map Skills: The World

Author: Alaska Hults

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 9781591981237

Category: Education

Page: 49

View: 121

18 maps and related activities perfect for teaching upper graders to read and understand maps. Meets map standards for fourth through sixth grades.

Map Skills - Latin America (ENHANCED eBook)

Map Skills - Latin America (ENHANCED eBook)

Author: R. Scott House

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9781429115889

Category: Science

Page: 36

View: 944

Explore the varied features of the Latin American nations while reinforcing basic map reading skills. Sixteen student pages and accompanying blackline and full-color maps coordinate to provide a relational study of the elevation, vegetation, products, population, and peoples of Latin America. Full-color maps are provided as transparencies for print books and PowerPoint slides for eBooks. Student pages challenge students to combine maps and additional resources in order to answer questions and make judgments. Question topics follow the Five Themes of Geography as outlined by the National Geographic Society: finding absolute and relative locations on a map, relating physical and human characteristics to an area, understanding human relationships to the environment, tracing movement of peoples and goods throughout an area, and organizing countries and continents into regions for detailed study.

Map Skills Made Fun

Map Skills Made Fun

Author: Catherine M. Tamblyn

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0439296439

Category: Education

Page: 84

View: 567

60 fun and engaging reproducibles that teach key map skills and invite kids to learn about urban, suburban, and rural communities.

Map Skills - Europe

Map Skills - Europe

Author: R. Scott House

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9781558631274

Category: Science

Page: 36

View: 790

Color overheads included! Explore the varied features of the European continent while reinforcing basic map reading skills. Sixteen student pages and accompanying blackline and full-color maps coordinate to provide a relational study of the elevation, vegetation, products, population, and peoples of Europe. Student pages challenge students to combine maps and additional resources in order to answer questions and make judgments. Question topics follow the Five Themes of Geography as outlined by the National Geographic Society: finding absolute and relative locations on a map, relating physical and human characteristics to an area, understanding human relationships to the environment, tracing movement of peoples and goods throughout an area, and organizing countries and continents into regions for detailed study.

United States Map Skills

United States Map Skills

Author: Janet Crisp

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9781558630970

Category: Science

Page: 40

View: 626

Color overheads included! This book presents supplementary learning experiences which focus on basic geographical concepts and skills. The activities provide practical learning projects, stimulate critical responses, and enhance the understanding of the geography of the United States. Each of the twelve teaching units in the book is introduced by a full-color transparency which emphasizes the basic concept of the unit. Student activity pages provide reinforcement and follow-up activities. The teaching guide offers student activity objectives, the teaching focus, suggestions for enrichment projects, and a complete answer key. (40 pages, 12 transparency sets)

Map Skills - United States

Map Skills - United States

Author: R. Scott House

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9781558631250

Category: Education

Page: 40

View: 804

Color Overheads Included! Explore the varied features of the United States while reinforcing basic map reading skills. Sixteen student pages and accompanying blackline and full-color maps coordinate to provide a relational study of the elevation, vegetation, products, population, and peoples of the United States. Student pages challenge students to combine maps and additional resources in order to answer questions and make judgments. Question topics follow the Five Themes of Geography as outlined by the National Geographic Society: finding absolute and relative locations on a map, relating physical and human characteristics to an area, understanding human relationships to the environment, tracing movement of peoples and goods throughout an area, and organizing countries and continents into regions for detailed study.

Map Skills - Asia

Map Skills - Asia

Author: R. Scott House

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

ISBN: 9781558631243

Category: Science

Page: 42

View: 642

Color Overheads Included! Explore the varied features of the Asian continent while reinforcing basic map reading skills. Sixteen student pages and accompanying blackline and full-color maps coordinate to provide a relational study of the elevation, vegetation, products, population, and peoples of Asia. Student pages challenge students to combine maps and additional resources in order to answer questions and make judgments. Question topics follow the Five Themes of Geography as outlined by the National Geographic Society: finding absolute and relative locations on a map, relating physical and human characteristics to an area, understanding human relationships to the environment, tracing movement of peoples and goods throughout an area, and organizing countries and continents into regions for detailed study.