Trying to get my head straight on this one as know I am likely to try and fit too much in.
- Be able to follow simple routes marked on maps
- Be able to navigate simple routes using local street map, road map, public transport map, OS map
- Understand key, symbols, grid ref and contour lines of an OS map
- Know 8 pt compass and use.
- Understand how to use an atlas and be able to interpret different types of maps.
- Be able to use online maps.
Be able to follow simple routes marked on maps
- Follow local trail leaflets
- Plan and print a map and directions from Google Maps – follow.
- Track the route of Philius Fogg as read Around the World (Watch Palin?)
Be able to navigate simple routes using local street map, road map, public transport map, OS map
- Street map – right and left activity from Gffp. Plan a route using local red book, write directions, walk following directions.
- Road map – plan route from ours to his penfriends (nearest major points anyway) using road atlas. Use Google maps to plot route and compare.
- Public Transport – use local bus maps to plan route for a journey. Follow. Play the London Game.
- OS Map – plan long walk and follow.
Understand key, symbols, grid ref and contour lines of an OS map
- Work through activities from OS
- Draw plan activity from Gffp
- Scale drawing activity from Gffp
- Battle Ships – design a game with 6-fig ref
- OS symbols flashcards
- Contour line pic from 3D model (Gffp) and reverse
Know 8 pt compass and use.
- Navigate a chalk maze using 4 compass points
- Worksheet plotting directions between cities using compass points
- Label compass rose
- Bearings activity Gffp
- Activity on rec – following compass points between places.
- Compass direction pictures
- Walk on Alver Valley using map and compass.
Understand how to use an atlas and be able to interpret different types of maps.
- Work through OPAAB
Be able to use online maps.
- In addition to previous activities work through GGPC
Mapzone – can download leaflet with activities.
Geography For Fun Projects (GFFP) – highly recommend this one, not the first project we’ve used it with.
Around the World in Eighty Days – book definite toying with Palin