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This is the full bundle of the digital versions of three of my most popular resources for helping students to become better at using latitude and longitude. The treasure hunts in this bundle are all 30 treasure hunts in the series. These treasure hunts could work as a fun daily challenge while distance learning with your classes, and saves you time from having to create a resource like this!
: Currently, TpT only allows one Google Drive folder (with no subfolders) to be uploaded per listing, and that folder cannot have any more than 30 files. Therefore, to make this a direct Google Drive download with no .pdf file links, I had to combine Treasure Hunts 1 & 2 together. I also put all off the answer keys together into one file. Instructions are included as to how to make them all separate files.
Where's the Buried Treasure? Parts 1 -3:
Here's the link for the paper version of my 30 Treasure Hunt Bundle:
Students will use National Geographic MapMaker, which is totally free and linked in each treasure hunt. Students complete a challenge by taking the first letter of each country they found, in order, and those letters will spell out the name of the country where the buried treasure is located. Works like a charm!
Table of Contents:
Treasure Hunts 1-30
Treasure Hunts 1-30 Answer Keys
Instructions in each Treasure Hunt on how latitude and longitude works by using +/- numbers instead of directions like N, S, E, or W.
Instructions on how to use coordinates on the FREE National Geographic MapMaker
What I liked most when I would do this activity in class is when I would hear a student say something like, "Oh...so that's where Egypt is!" These treasure hunts trick them into learning and into fine-tuning their coordinate skills!
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