My Neighborhood Map- Second Grade- Social Studies- Geography Strand- Spatial Thinking and Skills- Maps and their symbols can be interpreted to answer questions about location of places. This will be a simple quick formative assessment for this standard. Literature: Follow that Map!: A First Look at Mapping Skills-By Scot Ritchie
Teach basic map skills with this printable map activity. Students will learn how to read a map legend or key, follow directions, and recognize North, South, East, and West on a compass rose.
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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.
Let students have fun while learning about map skills with this interactive unit! Topics include cardinal directions, grids, scale, types of maps, and latitude and longitude.
Review key map skills in a fun, interactive way! Students will scoot through 24 map skill stations to demonstrate their knowledge on map scale, relative location, cardinal & intermediate directions, US regions, map legends, continents & oceans, and much more! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Map-Skill-Scoot-An-interactive-map-skill-activity-for-intermediate-grades-2102874
Foldable fun :) Perfect for a bell-ringer activity for my middle schoolers!
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Cut out the direction words and glue them onto the compass.