Do your kids know the difference between latitude and longitude? Do they know what the earth’s axis is or where to find the Prime Meridian? Can they locate the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn?
If you’re not sure they are comfortable with the language of maps, grab this FREE Geography Terminology Copywork Notebook. Scroll to the bottom to get it instantly.
This fun Geography Terminology Copywork Notebook looks at 40 key geography terms. It includes print copywork for each term and definition, plus each copywork page also includes a fun border of geometric shapes and designs for students to color if they’d like. It’s a great way they can make the project their own. The forty terms in this unit include:
- North Pole
- South Pole
- Prime Meridian
- Tropical Zone
- Tropic of Capricorn
- Tropic of Cancer
- Arctic Circle
- Antarctic Circle
- Gulf Stream
- Cardinal points
- Compass rose
- North arrow
- Map legend
- Map index
- Geographic grid
- Physical map
- Relief map
- Contour lines
This Geography Terminology Copywork notebook is 45 pages total and is a great way to practice or sharpen geography and map skills! Download your copy below.
Recommended U.S. Geography Curriculum: Daily Skill Building: U.S. Geography
Are you looking for an EASY open-and-go U.S. geography curriculum that will go beyond teaching your students the states and capitals and help them develop independent learning skills?
Daily Skill Building U.S. Geography will teach children when each state became a state, the state flower, state bird, state tree, and much more for all 50 states. Designed for grades 3-6, this easy-to-use U.S. geography curriculum helps students build confidence as independent learners.
For your convenience, we include a Daily Skill Building U.S. Geography Resource Pack that contains printable charts with key information about each state, printable state fact cards and state map cards, and answer keys.
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