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National Parks Research Road Trip PBL Project Based Learning Writing Math

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State Reports Research Project Template | Informational Report Writing | Report

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National Parks Research Project Based Learning Activities Plan a Vacation

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State Report Research Project - Templates for all 50 States

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Map Skills Project Based Learning Pirate Treasure Map w/ Landforms & Communities

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Create A Country Project: A Fun Country Research Review Geography & Map Skills

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SOLAR AND LUNAR ECLIPSE CRAFTS WHEEL ACTIVITY SPINNER PRINTABLE SCIENCE

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The Amazing Race Geography Project {End of the Year}

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Blaise Pascal-Mathematician Extraordinaire

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Cruisin' the Country

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Geography Study with George Frederic Handel

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Geography Study with Missionary William Carey

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Let Freedom Ring

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Life Lessons from Christian Luminaries: David Livingstone

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Life Lessons from Christian Luminaries: Isobel Kuhn

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Life Lessons from Christian Luminaries: Dr. Paul Brand

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Mary Slessor-White Ma of Calabar

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Physical Geography of Africa

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Free Printable Geography Worksheets for 5th Grade

Geography-focused Social Studies worksheets for Grade 5 students to discover and explore diverse topics, enhancing their understanding of the world. Download and print for free at Quizizz.

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Geography worksheets for Grade 5 are an essential tool for teachers looking to engage their students in the fascinating world of geography. These worksheets cover a wide range of topics, including map skills, landforms, bodies of water, climate, and more. By incorporating these worksheets into their lesson plans, teachers can provide their students with a comprehensive understanding of the world around them. Additionally, these Grade 5 geography worksheets are designed to align with the curriculum standards, ensuring that students are learning the necessary material. With the help of these resources, teachers can create a dynamic and interactive learning environment that fosters a love for geography and social studies in their students.

Quizizz is an excellent platform for teachers to supplement their use of geography worksheets for Grade 5, as well as other social studies materials. This online platform offers a vast collection of quizzes and interactive activities that cover a wide range of subjects, including geography, history, and civics. Teachers can easily integrate Quizizz into their lesson plans, providing students with an engaging and interactive way to review and reinforce their understanding of important concepts. Furthermore, Quizizz allows teachers to track student progress and identify areas where additional support may be needed. By combining the use of geography worksheets for Grade 5 with the innovative features of Quizizz, teachers can create a comprehensive and engaging learning experience that meets the diverse needs of their students.

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15 Geography Games and Activities Your Students Will Love

Pass a globe, toss a bean bag, build with LEGO bricks and more!

Geography Games for Kids

Learning about the big wide world can be a lot of fun for students, and geography is the perfect subject for hands-on learning. These geography games and activities will introduce new concepts, broaden perspectives, and allow your students to practice valuable skills.

1. Geography Snap

Geography Snap

This fun game is a one minute speed test for kids to identify as many states as they can. To play, pull a labeled stick and mark the state off your map. If you pull a SNAP stick, though, you’ll have to erase your map and start again.

Learn more: 123Homeschool4ME

2. 20 Questions

The classic game of 20 questions can be a perfect fit in your geography study. First, have one student come up with a state, country, or continent. Then, allow students to ask a yes or no question, one at a time. For example: “Is this state in the north?”, “Is this state on the coast?”, “Was this state one of the original colonies?”, etc. The goal, of course, is to guess the correct answer in 20 questions or less.

3. Battle of the States

Battle of the States game with cards and categories

Kids will recognize this fun game as a version of the card game War. Download these free trading cards with colored illustrations of each state, along with interesting facts. To play, deal all of the cards out to two players, face down. Each player pulls the top card, keeping it to themself, and calls out a category (population, electoral votes, etc.). Each player reads off the appropriate number, and the player with the higher number keeps the cards. 

Learn more: Deceptively Educational

4. Bean Bag Maps

This is a simple but fun way to review geography. Have a supply of small bean bags handy and a large map of the world and/or the U.S. posted on the wall. One at a time, ask a student to toss a bean bag at a site on the map, for instance, the Pacific Ocean, Mexico, or Colorado. If they make an accurate throw they get a point, and if they miss, they must tell you what they hit instead. Kids could play this in a small group or with a partner, taking turns calling out locations and tossing the bean bag. Or, you could use this activity for whole-class review.

5. LEGO Landmarks

LEGO landmarks for different locations

How fun is this? Students look at pictures of international landmarks and try to recreate them with LEGO bricks. Landmark flashcards can be found through Amazon, Etsy, Walmart and more. Or better yet, have students do research on the computer and make their own.

Learn more: HomeGrownLearners

6. Fun with Flags

Flags strung across a wall as a geography activity

Flags are an important part of a nation’s identity, and learning about flags helps kids identify and remember places around the world. For this activity, ask each student to choose a country they are interested in. Have them do a bit of research and create a copy of that country’s flag on an 11×14 piece of construction paper. String all of the students’ flags to create a banner across your classroom to give it an international flair.

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7. Geography Bingo

United States BINGO!

Have a little geography fun Bingo style and help your students recognize and remember the 50 states. Click on the link below for instructions, free downloadable Bingo cards and calling pieces.

8. Alphabet Game

This is a fun circle game that can help students memorize all fifty states. It’s perfect as a warm-up or as a geography review. (It also builds literacy skills.) The first student in the circle will say the name of a state. The next must name a state that begins with the last letter of the previous student’s state. For example: Student 1: California, Student 2: Arkansas, Student 3: South Carolina, etc. You can also play this game with countries. For example: Ireland/Denmark/Kazakhstan, etc. 

9. World Atlas Scavenger Hunt

World Atlas Scavenger Hunt for Middle School showing a printed globe

Discover interesting facts about places around the world while learning how to navigate an atlas. This scavenger hunt for middle schoolers has 26 fun clues from (A – Z), all related to world geography.

10. Memory Game

Download these free state and state capital flashcards and make multiple copies. Create decks of twenty cards: 10 states plus 10 coordinating capitals. To play, students shuffle the deck, then lay each of the cards face-down. The goal is to flip over two cards, looking for a match. If the cards don’t match, they flip them back over. Play continues until all cards have been matched up.

11. Stack cups

Stackable Cups with different locations where students sort

These stacking cups are a great visual to help kids comprehend exactly where they live in the world. Each cup fits into the next, from home to city to state, all the way to the galaxy they live in. Download the free labels or make up your own.

Learn more: Undercover Classroom

12. Pass the Globe

Most kids love studying the globe. This circle activity is a geography version of hot potato. Have students sit in a circle, then turn on some music. Students will pass a globe around the circle until the music stops. When it does, the student holding the globe must identify the spot under their right thumb. Start the music again and play until everyone has had a turn. More than likely, students will learn the names of places they’ve never heard of before.

13. Create treasure hunts

Creating their own treasure hunt is a great way for kids to learn about important map skills. This blog explains the activity with a home map. Adapt it to fit in the classroom by having kids draw a map of their classroom or their school. Then, once everyone has finished their maps, have students partner up to find each other’s treasure.

Learn more: Beth Gorden

14. Coordinates Game

Coordinate geography games with two students using a ruler

Learning about latitude and longitude is an important map skill. This game gives students practice finding locations on a map using coordinates. Make a list of world locations (or U.S. locations) using just coordinates. Pair students up and give them the list and a sheet of gold star stickers. Working together, they must find the location on the map and mark it with a gold star. When they have finished, give them an answer sheet to check their answers.

15. 50 States Song

What better way to learn the names of the states, in alphabetical order no less, than with a song? This catchy tune has been around for years and years, and once you learn it, you won’t forget it.

Learn more: YouTube

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5 Themes of Geography

FIVE THEMES : To make geography easier to use and to make it more useful, geography is divided into five themes - location, place, human-environment interaction, region, and movement.

Location: Where

Where is it?

Absolute : A location can be absolute (specific) as in coordinates of a map using longitude and latitude, or a specific address. For example, a school might be located at 1234 Main Street NW, City, State, zip code.

Relative : A location can be relative - examples: next door, nearby, a short drive, down the road a ways. Or, it can be in the same general location as another location - example: next to the post office.

Relative and Absolute Location - Which is it? (youtube cartoon video)

Place: What and who

Place is different from location. Location is an exact spot on a map. But place helps to create a picture of an area by describing what's there - landforms, people, things. A place is an area that is defined by everything in it. All places have features that give them personality and distinguish them from other places.

If you refer to your school as a place, then that place would include walls, windows, gym, cafeteria, classrooms, people, clothing, books, maps, mops, brooms, hallways, mice (if you have them) and everything else in the school, including the languages spoken.

Human-Environment Interaction

Human-environment interaction looks at the relationships between people and their environment; how people adapt to the environment and how they change it.

How do people depend on the environment? (Example: In ancient times, the annual flooding of the Nile River produced good soil for growing crops.)

How to people adapt to the environment? (Example: The ancient Egyptians rebuilt their homes each year, after the annual flooding. As time went on, they built their homes above the flood plain.)

How do people modify the environment? (Example: The ancient Egyptians built irrigation ditches to help water the crops. In modern times, Egypt built a dam to control the flood waters of the Nile River.)

Movement refers to the way people, products, information and ideas move from one place to another. This can be local such as how did you get to school today, or it can be global such as how did humans get to North America?

Region: An area united by a similar or several similar characteristics

Region divides the world into manageable units for geographic study. A region has some sort of characteristic that unifies the area. Some are formal regions with specific boundaries - for example a city, or a state, or a county. A region can also have loose boundaries as long as the area has something in common - for example, the East Coast, the South, the Corn Belt.  Those unifying or similar characteristics can be physical, natural, human, or cultural.

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5 Themes Review: In 6th grade, we study many ancient cultures. What I like to do is bring back one of the five themes to review in each civilization. For example:

With ancient Mesopotamia, I bring back Human-Environment Interaction, the first farmers.

With ancient Egypt, I use Location, the mouth of the Nile, which helped Egypt's protection but not isolation, and had other important values.

With ancient Greece,  I bring back Place, Mt Olympus, which is a real place. Since Place includes the mountain top and everything on it, it includes the 12 Olympians and their homes.

With Rome, I bring Region, the Mediterranean Region, and later in the unit, I bring back Location - searching for the silk makers; where are they?

China, of course, is perfect to bring back Movement via the Silk Road. If you study other ancients, pick one of the 5 Themes to bring back per unit.

Movement works well for ancient India, as you have all three movement elements including religion and inventions.

The Aztecs are perfect for Human-Environment Interaction.

At the end of the year, we bring back all five themes, and ask the kids: "Which theme springs to mind when you think of this civilization (pick one.)"  And then of course ask: Why did you choose that theme?  It reminds them of the civilizations as well as the themes. Then close with, of course, all five themes apply to all the civilizations we have studied because, after all - you are nowhere without geography.

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60 Super Geography Fair Project Ideas

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Do you need some new inspiration for your Geography Fair Project? This list contains sixty (plus a few extra!) geography project ideas to help your student get moving toward an amazing Geography Fair  display!

A huge thanks to all the fantastic kids in our homeschool co-op. All of the photos are of their fabulous efforts in creating great geography fair displays.

1. Color a Flag

2. Sew a Flag

3. Display a Large Fabric Flag

4. Create a Flag Mosaic

5. Compile a National Treasure Box

6. Create a Time Line of the History of the Country, State, or Region

7. Cultural Music with Headphones

8. Display Photographs

9. Display Post Cards

10. Create a  Salt Dough Map

11. Bake a  Cookie Dough Map

12. Construct a Map with Strings Connecting to Points of Interest

13. Tri-fold Board Display

14. Create a Cultural Craft

15. Have a Make It-Take It Craft Station

16. Print Recipe Cards make multiple copies so others can take one home and try the recipe!

17. Share Food Samples World Market is a great place to find already prepared food from the country you are studying.

18. Display a Cooking Project and Offer Samples

19. Super Simple File Folder Report Grab the pack from the continent you need and get your student started on a file folder report for his or her country choice.

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20. Interactive Word Game for foreign languages or even similar languages; the game below was made with pockets

21. Sew Traditional Clothes

22. Wear a Costume or Traditional Clothes

23. Have Clothes for Attendees to Try On

24. Display a Doll in Traditional Dress

25. Make a Scrapbook

26. Collect Money to Display

27. Collect Toys to Display

28. Collect Other Artifacts to Display

29. Create a Country Lapbook

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30. Complete an Animal Lapbook

31. Display a Lapbook on a Tri-fold Board

32. Make a Poster Board

33. Write a Report

34. Make a Mural

35. Craft a Pop-up Book scroll down until you find it

36. Put Together a Notebook

37. Build a Model

38. Design a Webpage share it on a laptop or tablet

39. Make a Triarama

40. Create a 4D Triorama/Pyramid

41. Construct an Electric Wired Answer Board

42. Craft a Diorama instructions for a Shoebox Diorama

43. Use Graphs to Display Information

44. Use Charts to Display Information

45. Display a Game ​Specific to Your Country’s Culture

46. Make an Interactive Matching Game

47. Trivia Quiz You can do this in the form of a notebook or as a video display

48. Display a Game Invented in the Country You Are Presenting

49.  Host a Coloring Contest at Your Table

​50. Use a Teaser Question at Your Display

51. Wear a Teaser Question Around Your Neck

52. Craft a Clay Sculpture

53. Create Clay Animals

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54. Make a Paper Mache Sculpture

55. Offer Attendees Coloring Pages Connected to Your Project

56. Create a Travel Brochure

57. Display Actual Travel Brochures

58. Display a Native Plant

59. Design a LEGO Building Project

60. PowerPoint Presentation display with a laptop or tablet at your table

61. Create a Video Presentation display with a laptop or tablet at your table

62. Display Picture Books Set in Your Country, State, or Region

63. Make a Suitcase Scrapbook

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