This is a 6 page pdf file.
It is NOT a lesson. It is reinforcement for a lesson you already taught about reading topography or contour maps.
There are 10 half-sheet stations to print in color and laminate.
Students each get a full sheet on which to record answers.
At each station students determine the contour interval and the elevation of 3 points on a map.
UPDATE: I have received a few comments about the other numbers on the maps and that it is confusing. Theses are REAL topography maps. The elevations of contour lines are written as part of the line - they are curved and sideways --- how ever the land is shaped. If a number is written horizontally, it is not a contour line elevation. It could be a route number, a peak or depression.
A closed loop shows places with the same elevation. If it is not a perfectly flat plateau, at some place inside the innermost loop, there is the highest point. It is not high enough for the next contour line, but it is often noted on the map with an X and the actual elevation. (written horizontally.