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
Me on the Map Flip Book: Students create a flip book to go along with the story Me on a Map by Joan Sweeney. Use this as a tool to help students understand the size order of cities, states, and countries.
Map Activity - North America In this activity, students must locate and identify the countries (and capital cities if so desired) of North America. When students are finished with this, time can be spent coloring in the various countries.
this geography projects helps the children place 12 of the most historic landmarks all across our country. this helps paint a picture for them and develop their understanding. We could also label all of the major cities.
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