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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about place.

    In Geography, place describes how areas are alike and different. Students will learn about two ways ‘place’ is categorized: physical characteristics and human characteristics. Physical characteristics discussed include: landforms, bodies of water, climate, soil, vegetation and animal life. Human characteristics discussed include: land use, population, language, religion, architecture and political systems.

    Includes:

    • – 8 pages of instructional text
    • – Vocabulary cards
    • – 4 student worksheet pages + essay questions which can be assigned or discussed
    • – Answer keys
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    There are 5 major themes of Geography: Location, Place, Human/Environment Interaction, Movement, and Regions. This unit specifically teaches about location.

    Students will learn about two types of location: absolute and relative location. In this process, they will learn about the lines of latitude and longitude, the northern, southern, eastern and western hemispheres and more.

    Includes:

    • – 6 pages of instructional text
    • – Vocabulary cards
    • – 5 student worksheet pages
    • – Answer keys
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    Learning to read different types of maps is a vital skill for students to learn and practice. With this resource, students will be given several maps and questions to answer using the maps. Maps and questions all center around the state of Louisiana.

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    7 Map worksheets that can be used during any study on Egypt.

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    This resource, Continent Outlines for Student Work and Projects, contains 14 pages of continent outlines (7 labeled, 7 unlabeled). This is not clipart but ready to use outlines, just print and give to students to use however they need to!

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    As students study the Northeast region of the United States, have them complete these scrapbook activities. Students will draw (or paste) pictures and write a few short sentences about climate, landforms, water, natural resources, landmarks and culture. Students will also be asked to name the states of the region and give a personal opinion about a place they would most like to visit in the region. There are 5 scrapbooking pages for student use.

    You can use these pages with your own curriculum or research to find the information to fill in the scrapbook.

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  • Midwest Region Scrapbooking Pages - United States Geography
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    As students study the Midwest region of the United States, have them complete these scrapbook activities. Students will draw (or paste) pictures and write a few short sentences about climate, landforms, water, natural resources, landmarks and culture. Students will also be asked to name the states of the region and give a personal opinion about a place they would most like to visit in the region. There are 5 scrapbooking pages for student use.

    You can use these pages with your own curriculum or research to find the information to fill in the scrapbook.

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    150 maps included in this download!
    Each state has 3 pages / maps:
    * Outline of the state
    * Map showing the capital
    * Map showing the major cities

     

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  • Wolrd-Geography-Reading-Maps
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    Help students master an important life skill, map reading, with this geography resource! It includes maps of 35 countries from around the world and students will practice identifying direction, using a scale of miles/km, reading & using a map key, finding places and determining specific information from given information, calculate distance and more!
    This product is designed for 3th-5th grades but can be a good edition for 6th-8th graders who need extra practicing reading maps!
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    This set of U.S. Regions – Geography – Nomenclature cards consists of 20 cards – See description below for details for each card.

    Use in any study of Geography of the United States, individual state studies, in centers, as handouts, on displays, etc! This set has the U.S. divided into *4 regions as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau

     

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    15 ready-to-use maps of the United States. Use for class projects, to create lessons or presentations.
    Non-commercial use only.

    Includes:
    – 2 maps showing the US within North America
    – US maps (with states names and unnamed)
    – US regional maps (with states names and unnamed)
    – US east of the Mississippi  (with states names and unnamed)
    – US west of the Mississippi  (with states names and unnamed)
    – Physical Maps of the US (color and b/w)
    – The Mississippi River with tributaries (states named)

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    This is a downloadable copy of the book. (74 pages)
    About the book: This book was written in 1856 is written in a question – answer format:
    Q. What is Geography?
    A. A description of the Earth’s surfact
    Q. What is the Earth
    A. The planet or body on which we live.
    Q. What is a Continent?
    A. The largest division of land.

    Because it was written in the mid 19th century, all of the maps are outdated…However, this can lend itself to great teaching lessons! Compare and contrast the old with the new. Research what events in history led up to the changes from then to now, etc.!

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    A biome is a large geographical area that contains distinct plant and animal groups which are adapted to live in that environment. There can be many different habitats in a biome. Some major biomes are tundra, taiga, grasslands, deciduous forest, fresh water, desert, alpine, rainforest and ocean. When studying a specific biome, use this temperature comparison chart to record the temperature in the student’s hometown and the biome of study for a week! (Use again and again with each biome studied)

    Science meets Geography

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    An important life skill is learning how to read maps! This resource provides 5 easy to read road maps. For each map, students will practice using the legend and answer 12-15 questions. Students will answer a total of 71 questions – Answer Keys provided.

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    In geography, students should learn the five themes of geography. Learning these themes will help students begin to think like geographers…organizing space (i.e. ‘the world’) in much the same way as historians organize time. This resource will teach students the five themes plus gives them the opportunity to practice using them!

    Includes:
    – 4.5 pages of informational text explaining the themes in detail
    – A notebooking template and explanation strips for students to use as a study aid
    – An activity that can be used again and again so students can put into practice what they have learned

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    100 U.S. State outline maps – 2 maps for each state on one page:

    • – Completely blank outline map
    • – An outline with the state name and capital

    Maps can be used for projects, bulletin boards, lesson plans and presentations.
    Non-commercial use only.

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  • U.S. Geography | Regions | Map Worksheets
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    This resource will help your students learn more about U.S. Geography and the 4 main regions (as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau). Students will be working with maps of the entire United States as well as those of each region as they identify states, capitols, national parks, mountain ranges and points of interest! Great for any Social Studies class studying the U.S.A.!

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  • Notebooking the Western USA
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    As students study the South region of the United States, have them complete these scrapbook activities. Students will draw (or paste) pictures and write a few short sentences about climate, landforms, water, natural resources, landmarks and culture. Students will also be asked to name the states of the region and give a personal opinion about a place they would most like to visit in the region. There are 5 scrapbooking pages for student use.

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  • Regions of the U.S. - South Region - Informational Text and Worksheets
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    This Regions of the U.S. Geography resource is centered on the South Region and contains textbook style informational text and related student worksheets with answer keys. Students will enjoy learning about this region studying the categories of Land and Water, Climate, Products and Natural Resources, Landmarks, Culture and Food.

    Because the United States can be divided up into different regions, I’ve designed this resource to follow the regions as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. The resource shows the states in the Midwest as being Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia

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