Using map skills learned in class, students must design their own amusement park. Students must include map elements such as scale, a legend, symbols, and more! They must also write about and explain their "best" ride. This activity has always been one of my students' favorite projects! It's a fun and unique way to wrap up a mapping unit or a fun project for social studies!
I encourage the students to pick a theme for their park - I've had Rock N' Roll Parks, Vampire Parks, Video Games, and more! A fun and unique way to finish a Geography or Mapping Unit!
Please note that although you are able to create a TpT Digital Activity with this resource, the map is meant to be completed on paper.
Includes 11 pages:
- Teacher instructions
- Detailed assignment sheet (2 versions - 1 with scale and 1 without scale)
- Mapping Essentials Handout
- Amusement Park Planner worksheetThemed Writing Paper
- Two marking guides - you choose which works best for you (also includes scale / no scale versions)
- Student example
"Fun, creative activity for my geography students. We used this to reinforce basic mapping skills taught at the beginning of the year. Thanks"
"This is great for review and as a cross-curricular activity. The students really enjoy it too!"
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