This series of black-line maps is for the province of British Columbia. There are five maps in this unit for use from 3rd Grade to Secondary.
In 3rd Grade, students typically learn about the individual provinces and their provincial symbols. There are two pages that include a thumbnail of the province as well as space for drawing the symbols. The larger plain map could be used for mapping out various First Nation tribal territories.
In 4th Grade, the larger BC map with the Fraser River can be used to draw various routes for the gold rush or the explorers. For science, students can map the biomes with the province.
In 5th Grade, students can use the map to draw electoral boundaries for provincial and national elections. Students can research and map ethnic concentrations of immigrants.
In 6th Grade, students can research and map land uses, population densities, first growth forests/forested areas, etc.
In 7th Grade, the maps can be used to show climate or even climate changes including ice flows.
In upper grades and university, the maps can be used to show various data.