Construct a simple map of a familiar area (e.g., classroom, school, home, etc.).
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Illustrate personal history (e.g., first and last name, birthday, age, guardian’s name, and other personal data).
Plan and construct maps to demonstrate the effect of geographic conditions on historical processes, practices and events (e.g., colonization, industry, agriculture, major engagements in the Revolutionary War, Westward Expansion, etc.).
Identify the difference between bodies of water and land masses on maps and globes, and demonstrate directions (e.g., left/right, up/down, near/far and above/under).
Identify the characteristics and purposes of maps, globes, geographic information systems and other geographic tools.