4TH GRADE MAP PROJECT
Five Projects to Juice Up Geography | Scholastic
Project 4: “Go West, young students” with a Compass! The book Amazing Hands-On Map Activities by Rose Forina provides detailed directions for seventeen more map projects, ranging from mural maps to puzzle maps. I’ve used many of her ideas with my class. Grade. 1-6 Blog Post The Vocabulary Parade: A Better Reason to Dress Up!Project 1: Me on The Map!Geography can seem impersonal at first. Sure, we live on those landmasses drawn onto maps, but how does that really relate to our students’ lives?..Project 2: The History of Maps in ClayHelp your students learn about the history of maps and how maps have changed over time by making clay tablet maps. I begin our map-history research..Project 3: Secret Island MapsTeach your students about map symbols and legends by having your students create maps of imaginary islands. My students have created map features r..Project 4: “Go West, Young Students” With A Compass!While teaching my students about ordinal directions this year, I mentioned that we use compasses to help us figure out the directions. To my surpri..Project 5: Paper Mache GlobesDisclaimer: This project takes a while and gets quite messy. That being said, given the amount of geography learning that results, it is well worth..
4th Grade Geography Worksheets & Free Printables
Our fourth grade geography worksheets are the perfect mix of fun and learning. Printables include word searches, crosswords, matching games, and more. From placing continents on a map grid to recognizing landforms, fourth grade geography worksheets help young learners succeed at school. You can even