REFERENCE MAPS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT:
Reference Maps teaches students to use Reference Points and Cardinal and Intermediate Directions to locate and plot points of interest on Maps.
We've all of the Nonfiction Informational Text, hands-on Mapping activities, and THREE Interactive Reference Map Notebook activities to provide students with a long lasting Reference Maps reference. (All Interactive Reference Map patterns and step-by-step instructions included!)
AFTER LEARNING ABOUT REFERENCE MAPS, STUDENTS WILL:
• use Reference Points and Cardinal/Intermediate Directions to plot points
• use Reference Points and Cardinal/Intermediate to write their own directions
STUDENTS WILL THEN USE THE REFERENCE MAPS LESSON CONTENT TO CREATE:
• Reference Maps Vocabulary Organizers (Interactive Notebook)
• Reference Maps Study Guide (Interactive Notebook)
• Reference Maps Accordion Organizer (Interactive Notebook)
Reference Maps can be purchased separately, or as part of our MAP SKILLS - INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE
We've included Answers for the Reference Maps and Grading Rubrics for the Reference Maps Interactive Notebook activities.
Download the Reference Maps Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Sample Activities, and Interactive Notebook Assignments.
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PIE CHARTS - INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK MINI UNIT
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