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7th Grade Interactive Math Skill Builders

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Map Skills - CCSS 7.G.A.1, Mathematical Practices


Links verified on 04/07/2017

1. Contours Quiz.

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Use data from a map to determine the elevation of contours. SEE MORE
 
2. Distance and Direction on Maps.

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Each of the maps in this activity expresses a scale in a different form: bar scale, statement of equivalency and representative fraction. If needed, you can click to review the concept of scale, how to convert units, convert fractions to decimals and/or use a protractor. SEE MORE
 
3. Find your Longitude.

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Want to understand why it is that having a precise timepiece (also known as a chronometer) helps you determine your longitude? Play this Shockwave game, get lost on the high seas, and find out.(non-Shockwave version also available)  SEE MORE
 
4. Gradient Quiz.

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Which line on the graph has a gradient that is most similar to the line selected on the map? SEE MORE
 
5. Latitude and Longitude Quiz.

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Find out the latitude and longitude of selected points on a globe. SEE MORE
 
6. Map Reading Activities.

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A variety of printouts and worksheets from Enchanted Learning to help practice reading maps using compasses, latitude, longitude and more.  SEE MORE
 
7. Map Scaes II.

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Understanding map scales in Degrees, Minutes and Seconds. Match up the letters with their latitudes and longitudes in degrees, minutes and seconds.  SEE MORE
 
8. Map Scales.

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Understanding map scales in Degrees and Minutes. Match up the letters with their latitudes and longitudes in degrees and minutes. SEE MORE
 
9. Map Skills Quiz.

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Take this quiz to test what you know about reading and using all kinds of maps. SEE MORE
 
10. Map Topics and Quizzes.

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Topics and Quizzes offered by David J. Leveson at CUNY in Brooklyn, NY. Menu contains links to many map activities and quizzes. SEE MORE
 
11. Treasure Hunt Treasure Trail.

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Scroll down to the bottom for a variety of interactive quizzes on longitude, latitude, coordinates, grids, etc. SEE MORE
 
12. Use a Texas Road Map.

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Use a Texas road map and a mileage scale to practice reading information from maps. SEE MORE
 
13. Where on Earth?

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Find the latitude and longitude of places on earth.  SEE MORE
 

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