Maps can be made by students in one of two ways… Students can make “traditional” maps where they copy the names/places of the actual globe or parts of the globe, or, students can create their own terrain map of an “undiscovered land” that they label and illustrate as they choose. This activity works best with large sheets of blue 12x24 paper as well as additional green paper to use as the landmasses on the maps. Students can use all of the labels, or just the specific labels that need to be focused on. This product contains 94 different map labels. Students can also draw out their maps with crayons. This activity can work as a good assessment tool for students’ map knowledge – are they using the labels correctly and illustrating land structures correctly? For more map activities, check out my TPT store!