Kindergarten — Geography 5 — Terms related to direction and distance, as well as symbols and landmarks, can be used to talk about the relative location of familiar places. Around the House the Fox Chased the Mouse A Prepositional Tale by Rick Walton
Classroom Listen Up! FREEBIE UPDATED June 2017 I added 2 levels for one & two step directions. One & Two steps (with two levels: one with color specification and one without) and an open-ended scene (make up your
Here is a fun worksheet to have your lower elementary students do. By looking at the map below, they need to be able to tell which direction to go to get to a place. It will help them practice their directions more by answering the given questions.
This worksheet would be perfect for Kindergarten or grade students who are learning about maps. I also like how it integrates coloring into the lesson to provide for reflection as they color and match colors with the question.
Map Skills- printable activities to help students practice using a map key, a compass rose, and a scale to read, interpret, and create basic maps. - Can be adapted/used as a starting idea to create your own work pages to enforce these concepts