Social Studies Map Skills
Who's the mystery president? Your second grader can find out by skip counting by threes to complete the dot-to-dot.
Kids will answer the question "Just how many?" in each of these multiplication word problems. Find numbers of crayons, gumballs, and balloons in our worksheet.
These acorns are not just falling ... they're multiplying! Kids will complete the addition and multiplication number sentence represented by the acorn pictures.
Just how many lemon slices, star stickers, or picked flowers are there? In this math worksheet, kids will solve simple multiplication word problems.
Start your child on multiplication by practicing adding groups of a certain number using flowers to help.
Give your child's addition skills a boost with this second grade math worksheet that offers practice in two-digit addition using carrying.
Your second grader will boost his arithmetic skills with this two-digit subtraction worksheet, and he'll be kept entertained by its basketball theme!
The monsters are exhausted from their marathon, but they don't know who the big winner is. Can your second grader use his subtraction skills to find out?
Does your child know how to use a compass? Get him familiar with north, east, south, and west with this classroom compass activity.
Go north, east, south, and west with this classroom compass worksheet. Kids will navigate their way around a classroom using written instructions.
A worksheet on Vermont for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state symbols, history and facts.
Help your child with geography by giving him a clue! This worksheet will challenge him to use a map to solve a secret riddle.
Which way is it to the front of the classroom? Help your child master the cardinal directions with this fun compass activity.
In this classroom navigation worksheet, the reading center is to the north. Kids will learn how to use cardinal directions in a small and familiar setting.
Can your child navigate this classroom? He'll practice following directions to go north, south, east, or west on this classroom map.
Class is in session, and it's time for your second grader to learn her directions! She'll practice following directions: north, south, east, and west.
Help your child learn about north, east, south, and west with this navigation worksheet. Kids will practice using directions in a small, familiar setting.
Kids will learn directions as they navigate the pictured classroom. Help your kid learn about north, east, south, and west with our simple directions worksheet.
Introduce your beginning geography student to the cardinal directions: north, south, east and west!
Your beginning geography student can practice using coordinates to find a city on a map with this intro to latitude and longitude worksheet.
Give your beginning geography student some practice finding north, south, east and west on a map of the U.S.!
This longitude and latitude worksheet challenges kids to find the locations of cities on a map. Practice geography with this longitude and latitude worksheet.
Explore Florida with this map worksheet. Young explorers will find the coordinates of cities in Florida using a grid system.
Calling all explorers and map-makers! This geography worksheet is a perfect introduction to longitude and latitude.
This geography worksheet will help introduce your child to longitude and latitude with a simple grid. Use the grid system to find cities in New York state.
Does your child know what a compass rose is? Introduce her to an important term used with mapping and geography!
Get to know your world map! Here's a great introduction to world geography, where your child can color and label important locations in the world.
Get comfortable with longitude and latitude with this map worksheet. Kids will find cities in Hawaii using labeled columns and rows.
Teach your budding geographer to navigate the directions with this fun compass rose activity. Hell learn about the cardinal directions and more!
Here's a fun exercise with directions, north, south, east and west! Using the town map, she'll practice determining the directions of locations.
This simple geography sheet is lots of fun and a great way to introduce your kid to reading maps
Which way is it to the front of the classroom? Help your child master the cardinal directions with this fun activity about following directions.