GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)

GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
GEOGRAPHY | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7)
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Geography Maps | USA & World Maps | 135 Map Labeling Tasks (Gr. 3-7).

With more labeling than a box of fancy fireworks, these map worksheets bring the world to your classroom. Use map labeling for morning work, homework, or unit transitions. Students learn basic spatial locations of American states, countries, regions, and cities.

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USA - PHYSICAL MAP

1. Label six rivers

2. Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada, Cascade Mountains, Appalachian Mountains

3. Black Hills (Home of Mt. Rushmore)

4. Great Salt Lake, Great Lakes (Hint: HOMES)

5. Canada, Mexico, The Bahamas

6. Add Hawaii and Alaska

7. Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico

8. Great Plains, Piedmont, Mojave Desert

9. Washington, D.C. and your school.

10. How long is the Mississippi River?

USA - WEST

1. Label all states

2. Label all capitals

3. Label one large city in each state

4. Columbia River, Colorado River

5. Pacific Ocean

6. Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada, Cascade Mountains

7. Great Salt Lake

8. Mojave Desert

9. Great Basin (“water having no connection to the ocean”)

10. Canada, Mexico

USA - MIDWEST

1. Label all states

2. Label all capitals

3. Label one large city in each state

4. Mississippi River

5. Missouri River

6. Ohio River

7. Lake Michigan and Lake Superior

8. Canada

9. Great Plains

USA - SOUTH

1. Label all states

2. Label all capitals

3. Label one large city in each state

4. Mississippi River, Ohio River, Rio Grande River, Red River

5. Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico

6. Appalachian Mountains, Ozark Mountains

7. Florida marshes

8. Louisiana marshes

9. Washington, D.C.

10. Mexico

USA - NORTHEAST

1. Label all states

2. Label all capitals

3. Label one large city in each state

4. Delaware River

5. Atlantic Ocean

6. Appalachian Mountains

7. Lake Eerie, Lake Ontario

8. Niagara Falls, NY

9. Use the Forest symbol to show Maine is a heavily forested state (83%).

AFRICA

1. Label 30 countries and outline all countries in different colors

2. Label 15 large cities

3. Lake Victoria, Nile River

4. Red Sea, Suez Canal

5. Sahara Desert, Kalahari Desert, Atlas Mountains

6. Equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn

7. Cape of Good Hope

ANTARCTICA

1. South Pole, magnetic South Pole

2. McMurdo Station, Palmer Station

3. Ross Ice Shelf

4. Queen Maud Land

5. Weddell Sea, Ross Sea, Amundsen Sea

6. Antarctic Circle

7. Indian Ocean

8. Antarctic Peninsula

9. Transantarctic Mountains

10. Label two more features

ASIA

1. Label 25 countries and outline all countries in different colors

2. Label 20 capitals

3. Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Arctic Ocean

4. Gobi Desert, Ural Mountains, Himalayas

5. Mt. Everest, Caspian Sea, Arabian Desert

6. Yellow River, Ob River, Ganges River

7. Arctic Circle, Tropic of Cancer, Equator

8. Lake Baikal

9. Hong Kong

10. Label two more features

AUSTRALIA

1. Label six states and two territories; outline each in alternating colors

2. Label 10 large cities

3. Ayers Rock, Great Dividing Range, Great Sandy Desert

4. Darling River, Murray River, two lakes

5. Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Tasman Sea, Gulf of Carpentaria

6. Three nearby countries

7. Tropic of Capricorn

8. Canberra

9. Two additional features

EUROPE

1. Label 30 countries and outline all countries in different colors

2. Label 15 large cities

3. Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Atlantic Ocean (color blue lightly, avoiding your labels)

4. Alps Mountains, Pyrenees Mountains, Ural Mountains

5. Atlantic Ocean, Strait of Gibraltar

MIDDLE EAST

1. Label 20 countries and outline all countries in alternating colors.

2. Label 20 country capitals

3. Nile River, Tigris River, Euphrates River

4. Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea

5. Zagros Mountains, Syrian Desert, Suez Canal

6. Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Arabian Sea

7. Lightly color the water blue, avoiding your labels

NORTH AMERICA

1. Label 15 countries and outline in different colors

2. Label 15 large cities

3. Label your school and Washington, D.C.

4. Mississippi River, Yukon River, Rio Grande River

5. Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean

6. Hudson Bay, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico

7. Rocky Mountains, Mojave Desert

8. Tropic of Cancer, magnetic North Pole

9. Great Bear Lake, Great Lakes (Hint: HOMES)

10. Panama Canal

OCEANIA

1. Label 12 countries; outline all countries in alternating colors

2. Label 10 towns

3. Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Tasman Sea, Coral Sea

4. Equator

5. Great Barrier Reef

6. International Date Line (mathematical line where each new day begins)

7. Tropic of Capricorn

8. Great Australian Bight

9. Two additional features

SOUTH AMERICA

1. Label all countries and outline in different colors

2. Label all capitals

3. Label one large city in each country

4. Amazon River, Atacama Desert, Andes Mountains

5. Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea

6. Cape Horn, Strait of Magellan, Lake Titicaca

7. Amazon Basin

8. Tropic of Capricorn, Equator

9. Pampas (grassland)

10. Patagonia (region)

USA - POLITICAL MAP & FLAG

1. Label all 50 states.

2. Label all state capitals.

3. Label all 15 major U.S. cities.

4. Label Washington, D.C.

5. Outline each state a different color, so that no two same colors are touching.

6. State boundaries were usually decided by a mathematical line or natural boundaries, like mountain ranges or rivers. List three states that contain both line and natural borders.

7. State capitals are not always the largest city. Many states chose smaller cities for their capital to reduce the influence big cities would have over state decisions. List three small-city capitals.

8. What is the second most northern state after Alaska? (Hint: It is not Maine.)

9. The flag should never be used as a drape, towel, tablecloth, sheet, or clothing. Instead, use bunting as a patriotic decoration. What are three different occasions bunting would be an appropriate decoration?

10. A United States flag is provided, at no cost, to families of deceased veterans for memorial services. The purpose is to honor the memory of a veteran’s military service to his or her country. The request form and flags are available at your local post office. How does a memorial flag from the United States show respect to the veteran?

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