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US map for 4th gr.

Unit 1 Geoography

Use points on the map and the map scale to determine the distance between two places. For example, how far is it from Lake Erie to the Rocky Mountains? (Find the map on the targets page) Approximately 1,375 miles (Remember to include labels!)
You will need all your colored pencils to complete the geography test. blue, red, brown, green, yellow, purple
You will need to answer relative location questions. For example, What direction is the Mississippi River from the Appalachian Mountains? West
Give a definition for a physical characteristic. something that nature made
Give a definition for a human characteristic. something that people made
Give an example of a physical characteristic. Ocean, river, mountains
Give an example of a human characteristic. Cities, roads, buildings
Use the map on the targets page to label certain physical characteristics of the US.
Use the map on the targets page to label the cardinal and intermediate directions.