This is a project I used with my fourth and fifth grade Social Studies students. Students are asked to create a product map, population map, physical map, and political map. I included the grading sheet that I used for this project. My students absolutely loved this project because they were able to create characteristics, states, borders, and names for their countries. I loved this project because I was able to make the different types of maps required in our curriculum relevant to my students.
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