This activity will help students better understand the Compromise of 1850. They will label and color the blank map version and answer a few questions. Alternatively, students can just color on the coloring page version. It’s a great way to incorporate geography in your lesson.
What’s included with the printed versions:
*Blank Compromise of 1850 map for students to label, color, and answer questions (1 page map, 1 page directions; uneditable PDF)
*Map Key (3 pages; uneditable PDF)
*Compromise of 1850 Map Coloring Page (1 page; uneditable PDF)
*Animated PowerPoint shows each location and the key – perfect for classrooms without textbooks or Internet access (7 slides, each slide guides students through completing the map, not editable)
*Informational handout expands on information on the map and can be used to help students answer the map questions if you do not have a textbook or Internet access (1 page, not editable)
What’s included with the Digital Versions:
*Compromise of 1850 map for students to label (students will drag labels to the correct spot on the map; PowerPoint & Google Slides versions; not editable)
*Info Sheet and Questions for students to answer (students will type their answers into text boxes; Google Slides, Google Form, and Fillable PDF versions; not editable)
*Online Map lets students test their knowledge of locations (internet connection is required to access, works on all browsers and with all devices, no account and no logins required, self-checking)
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