Latitude and Longitude for Kids 8 – 10
I put together a mini unit on Latitude and Longitude for kids ages 8 to 10, and I’m happy to share it with you all!
Super Hero and I worked on it together. It was quick fun. Of course I loved that we tied it in with our totally experiential and recent field trip to the equatorial line, or “La Mitad del Mundo” (The Middle of the World) in Quito, Ecuador. Learning at its best. Totally!
Super Hero thought the funnest part was the coloring and looking at the equatorial line countries in the big map. Yes, he wanted more coloring and less writing, so feel free to modify if your child is still learning to *love* writing. 😉 Also, you will need to look at a bigger map for a couple of the questions. Using our big map on the wall is something Super Hero loves to do. Hopefully, your children feel the same way about big maps too.
What’s Inside the Latitude and Longitude Mini Unit
Here’s a sneak peak of what’s inside:
I hope you will like it and enjoy it. If you do, let me know, I’d love to hear about it! Happy learning!