Map Skills Unit | Geography and Location | Me on the Map Digital Version
Do your students need help with finding their location on a map, general map skills, or continents and oceans? This digital resource will help your students master these mapping skills and more with ease. Fun for students and super helpful for teachers!
Created in Google Slides™ and Google Forms™
Compatible with Google Classroom™ and Google Drive™
⭐Looking for the printable & digital version of this resource? Find it at the link below!
•Pre-test in Google Forms™
•16 Student pages in Google Slides™
•Post-test in Google Forms™
BUILD GENERAL MAP SKILLS!
This resource was created to help my students better understand their location on a map, where they live in regards to the United States, and why it’s important to know their address.
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This product begins with a pre-test in Google Forms™. This will give you a basic understanding of how much students know about their location. My students always surprise me by how little they know about where they live! *I also use the pre-test as a study guide for the post-test.
Book of Maps:
A book of maps is included in the Google Slides™ for students to use as a reference guide while completing the packet. They can opt to print the maps apart on the dotted line, organize the maps by page number, and staple them together.
Students are introduced to the importance of knowing their physical (911) address and their mailing address. Students practice typing both.
The remaining slides consist of the following topics. I give a brief explanation with a corresponding activity for students to complete on each page.
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Where do I live in relation to:
- US REGION
I included a GRAPHIC ORGANIZER on the slide for students to use as a visual summary of where they are located in the United States.
This product ends with a post-test in Google Forms™. The first page of the post-test is exactly like the pre-test. I added 10 extra multiple-choice questions that students should know after completing the entire unit.