• Basics of Map Reading
• Latitude, Longitude & Time Zones
• Map Geographical Features
• Map Cultural Features
• State Capitals
• World Countries
• Time Zones Map
Students will learn in-depth how to read and create maps with our engaging and highly interactive 80 screen-page digital lesson plan for students in grades three to five.
Students will expand their knowledge of the elements on a map by exploring the lines of latitude, longitude and time zones. Then, students will learn about geographical and cultural features by exploring topographic and choropleth maps. Finally, students will learn the states and provinces found in North America as well as the different countries that make up the world. Using any brand of Interactive Whiteboard, you will be able to create an opportunity for students to get more involved in the lesson. Each ready-made screen contains reading passages, before and after you read interactive activities, a Google Earth component, interactive map activities, test prep, memory match game, crossword, word search, printables, supporting video, and even English and Spanish Text to Speech. Test your student's comprehension of the lesson with a Comprehension Quiz. All of our content is aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
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