Help your visual and kinesthetic learners master mapping vocabulary with this colorful, stackable puzzle activity! Students stack the cards in order from largest to smallest area, saying the vocabulary terms aloud as they work. Self-checking!
(Use all pieces, or just those that best fit your classroom's needs!)
Directions: Print each page. If using the black and white version, print each page on a different color paper. If using color ink, print all on white paper. Cut out and write an example of each vocabulary word on the appropriate for your area of the world on each card (school address, Marietta, Michigan, etc.) You can even have students draw a picture clue on each card! Laminate.
For the first use, pass the cards to several students. Ask them to order themselves from smallest to largest, and use the cards to check and correct themselves as they work.
After that, use as a map skills center activity, morning work review, recess “game” (hehe, I love sneaking in learning!), or send home in a ziplock bag for homework practice.
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