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'The Parts 01 Map


NORTH AMERICA
l. Print the names of the oceans on the map. Use the CANADA MAP For help.
2. These 3 countries are i the continent of No America

Colour each country a different colour. COiOUr North America.


3. Put these same colours in the 3 squares on the map.
CANADA

of Province or Territory
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Co!or ail the arrows pointing NORTH red.


2 , Color all the arrows pointing SOUTH blue.
3. Color ail the arrows pointing EAST green.
4 Coior ail the arrows pointing WEST yeiiow.
5. Color all the arrows pointing SOUTHEAST brown.
6, Color ail the arrows pointing NORTHWEST purple. 7
. Colcr all the arrows pointing NORTHEAST orange.
8. Color aii the arrows pointing SOUTHWEST pink.

Boundaries in the Canada Learning Canadian Boundaries


What two provinces a
directly south of NorthWest
Territories?

and
2. Which province is west of Alberta?
3, Which province is south of Prince Edward Island?
4. Which territory is north of Manitoba?
5. Which country is Canada's closest southern neighbor?

Which province is the smallest?


Ontario.
7. The Great Lakes are found in 49
C) S&S Learning MaterialsSSAl-17
A TRIP ACROSS CANADA e
1. Use the CANADA MAP to complete the story.
Use these 4 directions on the compass rose: north east west south

Kate begins her trip in Vancouver. First, she flies


Whitehorse. From there, she travels to Yellowknife. Later, the airplane heads to
Calgary. From Calgary, Kate flie
'EWinnipeg. From there, she flies to St. John's.
Then, the aircraft flies to Québec. From Québec, Kate go to Iqaluit.
Later, the airplane flies to
Ottawa. Finally, Kate leaves Ottawa and flies to Vancouver.
This completes Kate's trip across Canada.

2. On the map below, show Kate's trip across Canada.


Connect the places that Kate visited in the right order.

Whitehorse Iqaluit

Yellowknife

CANAÓA
St-John's

Calgary
1, 10
Vancouver

Winnipeg Uébec

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/ MAP KEY Ottawq
/ Flight path of airplane o
Places that Kate visited

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READING A MAP KEY

1. Plants that are grown on farms are called crops.


These three crops are grown in southern Ontario

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7. The map shows two crops that are fed to pigs and chickens.

They are and


C) apple

Neighborhood Map Map Legend & Symbols


Complete the
map by drawing
the symbols
beside each
word in the
Legend. Then
draw the
symbols beside the matching number on the m
On what streets do you find each of these?
1 . The apartment buildings are on
2. Houses are on
3. The hospital is at the corner of
4. The school is on

5 The church is on
6. The post office is on
only thing on
S hop is

One large airport


and two smaller airports.

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florid reacners
Below is a map of a classroom. Try to answer the questions.
Scale: 1 cm equals 1 m
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Doozny World Using A Map Scale


Cameron and his family went to DooznyWorld Amusement Park, Use the
map scale to help them find out how far they traveled on their visit.
Use a ruler to
measure the Doozny World
distances,
Remembe , lcm = 5
m
Key
front gate
Roaster Coaster 1 . After paying a e fr nt gate they headed straight for the
W washroom Ferris Wheel.
Ferris Wheel
Loop-D-Loop They walked 0
gift shop
2. After getting off the Ferr• he l; Cameron wanted
Haunted
House the ride the Roaster Coaster. They walked
Burgers & Fries
3, When the Roaster Co ter as finished, Mom wanted
to visit the gift shop, They walked 0
When Mom bought her t-shirt he ift shop, they walked to the Loop-
D-Loop. They walked
5. Cameron ran from the Loop-D-Loop to the washroom! He ran

After finishin the ashroom, they wanted to see the Haunted House.

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SCALE 1 cm = 5 km
X
1,

2.

3.

measuring point

and the swamp it t n e the t re 9 s v i a t


n a 75 km

55M

Mapping Skills
Below is a map of a small vacation island.

Draw in these things at the given io tions.


Draw a lighthou e
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NOTEBOOK EVALUATION
Date: Student:

Levels: 4 - excellent 3- good 2- satisfactory 1- needs


improvement
Level: Complete: All pages are properly finished.
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Neatness: Work has been neatly coloured and written.

Organized: Notes are organized in the correct order.

Accuracy: Work has been copied correctly.


Spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization
are correct.

Overall Appearance: General appearance of theme assignment

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