Social Studies - 1st Grade
(Geography): Students will use geographic tools to demonstrate how symbols and models are used to represent features of the school, the neighborhood, and the real world.
1st Grade - Act. 25: Making Maps
Students will create a map of their classroom that can be used to find a hidden treasure. The concept of two-dimensional objects and three-dimensional objects will be explored during this activity.
1st Grade - Act. 26: Going Places
During this activity students will become familiar with a variety of directional words such as North, South, East, West, up, down, etc...
Cultural Lit. 6: Learning to Read a Regional Map
Students will be able to locate the local community, surrounding communities and major geographic features of the SE Utah and the Four-Corners region on a map, after receiving direct instruction and carrying out activities in cooperative group settings, in 1 class period.
Students will play a variety of games and activities to understand Cardinal directions.
Ticky Goes to Jr. Map School
Students will become familiar with the compass rose and North - East - South - West.
Ticky Plans His Trip to Antarctica to See Tacky
Students participate in a Creative Problem Solving Activity to get from Utah to the Atlantic Ocean.
Where in the World is Tacky the Penguin?
Students will complete an art activity and a classroom graph that ties with the "Tacky the Penguin Series" by Helen Leste.
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