This assessment was created to test students’ level of map skills in 4th grade social studies. This 26 item assessment focuses on cardinal/intermediate directions, map scale, relative location, and map terminology. A set of 7 vocabulary flashcards is also included. The assessment format includes multiple choice, short answers, and matching. A complete answer key is included. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/4th-Grade-Social-Studies-Map-Skills-Assessment-Vocabulary-Cards-1473473
Social Studies: Cardinal Directions: 6 printables key concepts include:.Define a compass rose.Define cardinal directions, north, south, east and west.Locate and describe location of items using cardinal directionsKeywords: 1-3, Maps, Social Studies, Rose Compass Map skills, Geography, cardinal directions, Map skills
Do you teach Social Studies and struggle to find interesting, yet educational activities and lesson ideas? If so, this is EXACTLY what you need for 3-4 weeks of lessons! Included in this first edition of map skills are units 1-4. Featuring: *Land/Water *Cardinal Directions *Intermediate Directions *Map Symbols
Find the States Showdown is a game for reviewing state names and locations, and it can also be used for reviewing state capitals and abbreviations. Students can play the game with the states in a single region, or play a challenge game with all 50 states. This Mini Pack includes game directions, maps, playing materials, and an answer key. Preview the whole packet online.$
At first I wasn’t looking forward to teaching maps, but after pulling together some fun crafts, projects, and printable resources maps and globes became one of my favorite social studies units. These ideas will make learning about the cardinal directions, map parts, and types of maps fun for kids. So, go ahead and check out these lesson ideas.