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# TREASURE MAPS TO PRACTICE MATHS DIRECTION

FREE! - Treasure Map - following directions (teacher made)
This is a great resource to practice following directions and finding positions in math! A treasure map and instructions that children have to follow to find which set take you to the end passing the pirate. This would be useful for Direction/position lessons in Maths. Recently Viewed and Downloaded › Recently Viewed › Recently Downloaded .
I Spy ABC Treasure Map Writing Activity - Powerful Mothering
May 18, 2017There are 3 different treasure maps depending on what you want to reinforce. The first map is all capital letters, the second is all lowercase letters and the third this a capital with lowercase next to it. Additionally I created a printable page for writing down the letters we discover. Writing practice!
Zoomable maps focused on an address or post code. Maps can be searched by business category. Also provides driving directions.
Translations Treasure Hunt Game (teacher made)
Translations Treasure Hunt Game. 3 reviews. Year 5 » Geometry - Position and Direction » Identify, describe and represent the position of a shape following a reflection or translation, using the appropriate language, 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Key Stage 2
The treasure map | NZ Maths
Student Activity. Captain Blackheart buries his treasure but loses his treasure map! But all is not lost. His trusty crew remember different bits of the map. "I remember drawing it with 5 squares each way", says the Captain. "There was a row of three trees running due
Rescue! | NZ Maths
At school this week we have explored movement and position concepts in our maths programme. We have drawn maps and then followed directions to find "treasure". At home this week your child is asked to bury some "treasure" in your house and then make a direction list for you to follow.
Treasure Hunt: Giving Directions Pairwork Activity
The winner will receive some treasure! You can only tell each other the directions you have to take from one place to the next on the map cannot read each other's directions. You must match the directions so that they go in order from Start to 10e the building number you come to on the blank in each clue soon as you think you have3/5(125)
Primary Resources: Maths: Measures, Shape & Space
Position: Space (Lynne Hardwidge) PDF. Mouse Hunt 1 (Compass Points) (Stephanie Kemp) Mouse Hunt 2 (Compass Points) (Stephanie Kemp) Co-ordinates (Janet Ingle) Compass Points (Andrew Davies) DOC. Compass Directions & Right Angle Turns (Stephanie Fell) Position and Direction Card (David Watts) Jack Sparrow's Compass (Paula Alty) DOC.
NatureMapping Activities - Introduction to Mapping - Part I
Direct the treasure hunters and their group to the start location on their maps or write it on their maps. Each student in the group will take turns giving one set of directions (2 paces to the north, etc.) to the treasure hunter pacing out the steps as they did in practice. Return to the classroom and start a discussion of maps.
Treasure Hunt Clue Ideas Worksheet, teacher-made resource
This Organise a Treasure Hunt Activity helps you to make your own treasure hunt by following the instructions on the sheets. You can use riddles and rhymes as clues to create a fun and engaging treasure hunt. By doing so, children are encouraged to think carefully about the clues which helps them to develop key critical thinking skills.