Bought this for my social studies classroom and finally found a use for it. I wanted a large map to display in the hallway so I began punching out the pieces and putting them together. It was when I I started to put them together did I notice that the states didn't really fit together. Did I expect that they would be perfect? No, but it would have been nice to know while some states will fit almost, others wouldn't fit together at all (Example: Tennessee and North Carolina). I think these would work perfectly displayed individually as states but it didn't work for me to put the actual states together - which was the reason I bought the product.
By from , GA
Perfect Summative Assessment
I used the map as a summative assessment after studying regions of the US. Each student was responsible for a state and was able to creatively respresent their state's important highlights. It was also a great way to teach regions in chunks and then put it all together at the end.
By Sunnyteacher from , OR
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