Students will be able to explain how location makes their community unique by:
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describing where places are located in their school community on a map using relative distance and direction, such as near-far, above-below and cardinal directions (north, south, east, and west).
applying cardinal directions on maps, globes, GPS, and Google Earth.
analyzing the school’s community using bird’s eye view that includes important landmarks in a school or community.
locating key physical features and human-made features in their school community using maps and other geographic tools.
describing the relative location of Maryland by identifying the equator and north and south poles.