Let's go on a Map Scavenger Hunt
Learning about maps 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 is perfect for the beginning of the school 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. Students can use maps found around the classroom or those provided in this pack. Just print-n-go!
You asked, and we listened! By adding world map activities and Canada map activities this unit is a complete resource! This unit was recently updated and improved with activities and maps for the United States and Canada. There is also a world map with related activities too. Answer keys are included.
This unit has engaging student activities like map skills mystery flaps, create your own map key, and build a neighborhood map. Plus there’s a character study where students will meet Leonardo da Vinci. He was famous for the Mona Lisa as well as a master map–maker. Students will create a character mini-booklet with a timeline to learn all about him.
It also includes several vocabulary posters, flip-flaps, and a spotlight on vocabulary activity. These colorful vocabulary posters make an attractive bulletin board in a snap!
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