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In this geography instructional activity, middle schoolers use information from their McGraw Hill textbooks to answer 10 short answer questions regarding geography skills.
In this geography skills worksheet, students respond to 6 fill in the blank questions regarding location as well latitude and longitude.
In this geography skills practice worksheet, students respond to 4 short answer questions about the provided map of Europe during the early Middle Ages.
For this geography skills practice worksheet, students respond to 8 short answer questions about the provided map of trade in the Roman Empire.
In this geography skills practice worksheet, students respond to 9 short answer questions about the provided map of Europe during the early Middle Ages.
In this geography skills practice worksheet, students respond to 5 short answer questions about the provided map of trade during the high Middle Ages.
In this geography skills practice worksheet, students respond to 6 matching and 2 short answer questions about the provided map about India's economy during the Mughal period.
In this geography skills practice worksheet, students respond to 6 matching and 12 short answer questions using the provided map detailing Africa's geographic features.
For this geography skills worksheet, students define and identify 25 people, places, and terms about the region of South Asia.
In this geography skills worksheet, students respond to 18 short answer questions about direction, bearing, and scale in commonly used maps. 
Fifth graders navigate websites and map various landforms and bodies of water on the map.  In this world geography lesson, 5th graders discuss map to learn about the interaction between people, places and their environments.
In this world geography worksheet, students answer several questions based on world geography and landmarks. Students answer 10 multiple choice questions.
Seventh graders develop an understanding of Southeastern Asian culture. They increase knowledge of world geography in relation to Southeast Asian countries. Students research a variety of Southeast Asian animals and habitats to be used in the creation of a folktale.
Students explore the national parks of the American West. In this geography skills lesson plan, students watch "U.S. Geography: The West," and examine print and Internet sources about the national parks found there. Students feature their findings in travel brochures that they create.
Second graders track a Teddy Bear as he travels around the world. They discuss places he visits and things he has seen. They choose a place they would like to visit and make a travel brochure advertising that location.
Learners compare human activities and the physical characteristics of the land and how they have given some regions labels. They also analyze the cultural changes occuring in these regions.
Students examine the distribution of economic systems of the world. They learn the difference between developing and developed countries.
Encourage young learners to explore the United States with this printable map puzzle. A fun activity that engages children in learning US geography.    
  • Create a class puzzle to serve as an activity for earlier finishers during social studies lessons
  • Allow students to create individual sets of the puzzle pieces to use when studying US geography
  • Print the puzzle pieces on cardstock, laminate them, or glue them onto cardboard to reduce the chance of pieces being ripped, folded, or crumpled
Sixteen fill-in-the-blank sentences require choosing between two options to complete the statement about United States geography. While intended as a guided reading activity for an unnamed textbook, the handout remains useful as a pre- or post-assessment on this topic. There is no key.
Students discover where certain states are located and what the look like. They look for their information on a web site. Each student is assigned a state which they must research then present to the entire class.