Even though we have GPS now, it is still important for kids to understand how our map grid system works. Map grids are pretty simple; young kids can begin by just adding 2 of our imaginary grid lines – the equator and the prime meridian. Learn all about the map and its latitude and longitude lines for younger and older students with this printable map and tutorial at the link below.
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