We found 1,023 resources with the concept map skills
Early Civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt and Kush
6th - 10th
New ReviewScholars read and follow directions to locate and color landforms, bodies of water, cities, and countries on three maps—a map of the Nile River, a Nile and Mesopotamia regional map, and a map with today's current countries in the Middle...
Sailing to St. Augustine
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewUsing a Florida map from 1597, young explorers consider the physical characteristics they would need in a site for a new colony and the resources they would need to survive. After selecting a site, class members research to discover the...
Power and Promises: Redrawing the Boundaries of the Middle East
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
The Middle East following World War I was created by European powers with their own interests at heart. The result was a region of the world that would consider itself second-class in their own nations. Through investigation of maps,...
6th - 8th
From compasses to Google Earth, these mapping resources will help your students get acquainted with mapping skills both old and new. You'll find resources here about both political and physical maps, and a number of the activities are interdisciplinary in nature, using maps to shed light on things like climate change, population distribution, and more.
Once Upon A Time (Saxipak’a): Lesson Plan 1
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
As part of a study of the history of the Chumash on California's Channel Island chain, class members view the documentary Once Upon a Time, respond to discussion questions, and create a timeline for the different waves of migration.
Wells Fargo History Museum: Curriculum Guide
4th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Learn about the California Gold Rush from an institution that has been in place since the early days of the American West: Wells Fargo History Museum. From domain-specific vocabulary review to group research projects, an expansive packet...
Skill Building with the Newspaper
5th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Extra, extra, read all about it! Use a newspaper as the primary resource in a special education classroom to teach reading, writing, and math skills. The activities help class members build their reading skills as well as their knowledge...
Rainforest Alliance Belize: 1st Grade
Take a journey to Belize with a collection that looks closely into its habitats. Scholars take part in grand conversations, read-alouds, and hands-on activities to delve deep into the different types of habitats, the animals that call them home, and how each are connected. To bring the unit back home, learners investigate their own habitat and compare it to those of Belize.
Protecting the Critical Habitat of the Manatee and Loggerhead Turtle
1st CCSS: Adaptable
Explore ocean habitats with a lesson that showcases the home of manatees and loggerhead turtles in Belize. Here, pupils compare and contrast the homes of ocean animals to those of humans, listen to an original short story about the...
Knowing the Essential Elements of a Habitat
1st CCSS: Adaptable
To gain insight into the many different types of habitats, individuals must first get to know their own. Here, scholars explore their school environment, draw a map, compare and contrast their surroundings to larger ones. They then write...
Map Skills 101
3rd - 6th
Have you ever heard the mnemonic memory trick, Never Eat Soggy Waffles? Often, teachers find this helpful when teaching their students the four cardinal directions (North, East, South, and West). This is the first thing you need to know in order to become an excellent map reader. Here is a collection of lessons and worksheets for exploring and learning how to read different types of maps.