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All Kinds of Maps
Maps Show Locations
Date
A map shows where places are. You can
use maps to find the location of a place.
Making Maps
People who make maps use special tools.
Long ago, mapmakers drew maps on paper.
They used tools such as a compass to find
locations of places. Today, mapmakers study
photographs taken from the sky to find
locations. They use computers to make maps.
How We Use Maps
2
Different maps show different information.
Some show small areas, such as a park or a
community. Other maps show larger areas,
such as a city or state. Lines on a map show
boundaries. Your city and your community
have boundaries. Sometimes a boundary can
run along a body of water.
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INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
UNIT 1, LESSON 1
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
map noun, a flat
drawing that
shows where
places are
location noun,
the place where
something is
community noun,
a place where
groups of people
live together
boundary noun,
where a place ends
Name
All Kinds of Maps
Maps Show Locations
Date
A map shows where places are. You can
use maps to find the location of a place.
Making Maps
People who make maps use special tools.
Long ago, mapmakers drew maps on paper.
They used tools such as a compass to find
locations of places. Today, mapmakers study
photographs taken from the sky to find
locations. They use computers to make maps.
How We Use Maps
Different maps show different information.
Some show small areas, such as a park or a
community. Other maps show larger areas,
such as a city or state. Lines on a map show
boundaries. Your city and your community
have boundaries. Sometimes a boundary can
run along a body of water.
UNIT 1, LESSON 1
INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
map noun, a flat
drawing that
shows where
places are
location noun,
the place where
something is
community noun,
a place where
groups of people
live together
boundary noun,
where a place ends
What is the
purpose of maps?
Circle the sentence
that tells the
answer.
What is the
purpose of maps?
Circle the sentence
that tells the
answer.
What natural
feature might
mark a boundary?
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What natural
feature might
mark a boundary?
2
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sentence that tells
the answer.
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the answer.
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Name
Where You Live
Neighborhood and City
Date
People live in many kinds of communities.
In New York City, people are citizens of
different boroughs. New York City has five
boroughs. They are Manhattan, Brooklyn,
Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Each
borough has its own neighborhoods.
State and Country
People who live in New York City are not
just citizens of their borough and the city.
They also are citizens of New York State
and the country of the United States of
America. A country is a land where people
have the same laws and leaders. A state is
part of a country. The United States is a
country made up of 50 states.
Continent
6
The United States is on the continent of
North America. The United States shares
North America with two other large
countries. They are Canada and Mexico.
Many smaller countries are part of North
America too.
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INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
UNIT 1, LESSON 2
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
citizen noun, a
person who
belongs to a place
borough noun, a
part of a city
country noun, a
land where people
have the same
laws and leaders
state noun, a part of
a country
What are the
boroughs of New
York City? Circle
the sentence that
tells the answer.
On which continent
is the United States
located? Highlight
the sentence that
tells the answer.
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Where You Live
Neighborhood and City
Date
People live in many kinds of communities.
In New York City, people are citizens of
different boroughs. New York City has five
boroughs. They are Manhattan, Brooklyn,
Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Each
borough has its own neighborhoods.
State and Country
People who live in New York City are not
just citizens of their borough and the city.
They also are citizens of New York State
and the country of the United States of
America. A country is a land where people
have the same laws and leaders. A state is
part of a country. The United States is a
country made up of 50 states.
Continent
6
The United States is on the continent of
North America. The United States shares
North America with two other large
countries. They are Canada and Mexico.
Many smaller countries are part of North
America too.
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UNIT 1, LESSON 2
INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
citizen noun, a
person who
belongs to a place
borough noun, a
part of a city
country noun, a
land where people
have the same
laws and leaders
state noun, a part of
a country
What are the
boroughs of New
York City? Circle
the sentence that
tells the answer.
On which continent
is the United States
located? Highlight
the sentence that
tells the answer.
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Name
Land and Water
Landforms
Date
Earth has many different landforms. Hills
and mountains are landforms. So, too,
are valleys. A valley is low land between
mountains or hills. More people choose
to farm in valleys than on the sides of
mountains. A plain is land that is mostly
flat.
Water
9
Sometimes land and water together form a
landform. Islands are landforms with water
all around them. Other times, land helps
shape the water. A lake is a body of water
with land all around it. A bay is a body of
water partly surrounded by land.
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INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
UNIT 1, LESSON 3
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
Name
Land and Water
Landforms
Date
UNIT 1, LESSON 3
INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
landform noun, a
kind of land with
a special shape
valley noun, low
land between
mountains or hills
island noun, a
landform with
water all around it
lake noun, a body
of water with land
all around it
bay noun, a body of
water that is partly
surrounded by
land
Earth has many different landforms. Hills
and mountains are landforms. So, too,
are valleys. A valley is low land between
mountains or hills. More people choose
to farm in valleys than on the sides of
mountains. A plain is land that is mostly
flat.
landform noun, a
kind of land with
a special shape
valley noun, low
land between
mountains or hills
island noun, a
landform with
water all around it
lake noun, a body
of water with land
all around it
bay noun, a body of
water that is partly
surrounded by
land
What is the
difference between
a lake and a bay?
9
Sometimes land and water together form a
landform. Islands are landforms with water
all around them. Other times, land helps
shape the water. A lake is a body of water
with land all around it. A bay is a body of
water partly surrounded by land.
Water
What is the
difference between
a lake and a bay?
Highlight the
sentences that tell
the answer.
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sentences that tell
the answer.
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Name
Date
The Landscape of New York City
New York City's Features
New York City has many different features.
Some features are made by nature. They
include hills and rivers. Other features are
made by people. They include buildings,
monuments, roads, and canals. The land and
water of New York City make it a good
place for people to live. Long ago, people
hunted on and farmed the land. They also
fished the rivers and harbor. Even today, the
city’s land and water affect people’s lives.
Plants and Animals
11
Different plants can be found in New York
City. They include flowers, shrubs, grasses,
and trees. They grow in parks, along streets,
and in other places. New York City has
animals too. Most of the animals are small.
Common birds include pigeons, sparrows,
robins, and cardinals. Other animals include
rabbits, squirrels, and frogs.
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INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
UNIT 1, LESSON 4
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
hill noun, land that
rises above the
land around it
canal noun, a river
made by people
harbor noun, an
area of deep water
that is safe from
wind and waves
How did people
live long ago in
the New York City
area? Highlight the
sentences that tell
the answer.
What plants and
animals can be
found in New York
City? Circle the
sentences that tell
the answer.
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Name
Date
The Landscape of New York City
New York City's Features
New York City has many different features.
Some features are made by nature. They
include hills and rivers. Other features are
made by people. They include buildings,
monuments, roads, and canals. The land and
water of New York City make it a good
place for people to live. Long ago, people
hunted on and farmed the land. They also
fished the rivers and harbor. Even today, the
city’s land and water affect people’s lives.
Plants and Animals
11
Different plants can be found in New York
City. They include flowers, shrubs, grasses,
and trees. They grow in parks, along streets,
and in other places. New York City has
animals too. Most of the animals are small.
Common birds include pigeons, sparrows,
robins, and cardinals. Other animals include
rabbits, squirrels, and frogs.
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UNIT 1, LESSON 4
INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
hill noun, land that
rises above the
land around it
canal noun, a river
made by people
harbor noun, an
area of deep water
that is safe from
wind and waves
How did people
live long ago in
the New York City
area? Highlight the
sentences that tell
the answer.
What plants and
animals can be
found in New York
City? Circle the
sentences that tell
the answer.
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Name
Waterways and Islands
Waterways Are Important
Date
Waterways are an important part of New
York City’s geography. People use the
waterways to travel from place to place.
They also use them to move things. They
use them for having fun too. New York City
communities are close to waterways. Most
of them are on large islands.
Connecting Communities
The waterways and islands of New York
City affect the people who live there. The
waterways separate the islands. To connect
communities, people use special kinds of
transportation. Bridges, tunnels, and ferries
connect the islands of New York City.
Geography Affects Communities
13
The geography of a community affects the
people living there. It affects the way people
travel in New York City. Geography also
affects people’s jobs. It affects their homes
and buildings too. Manhattan, for example,
is the smallest borough in size. However,
many people live and work there. People
make more space by making buildings tall
and houses close together.
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INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
UNIT 1, LESSON 5
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
waterway noun, a
body of water that
boats can use
geography noun,
what the land and
water of a place
are like
transportation
noun, the moving
of people or
things from place
to place
tunnel noun, a
path that runs
through or under
something
For what purposes
do the people
of New York City
use waterways?
Highlight the
sentences that tell
the answer.
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Name
Waterways and Islands
Waterways Are Important
Date
Waterways are an important part of New
York City’s geography. People use the
waterways to travel from place to place.
They also use them to move things. They
use them for having fun too. New York City
communities are close to waterways. Most
of them are on large islands.
Connecting Communities
The waterways and islands of New York
City affect the people who live there. The
waterways separate the islands. To connect
communities, people use special kinds of
transportation. Bridges, tunnels, and ferries
connect the islands of New York City.
Geography Affects Communities
13
The geography of a community affects the
people living there. It affects the way people
travel in New York City. Geography also
affects people’s jobs. It affects their homes
and buildings too. Manhattan, for example,
is the smallest borough in size. However,
many people live and work there. People
make more space by making buildings tall
and houses close together.
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UNIT 1, LESSON 5
INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
waterway noun, a
body of water that
boats can use
geography noun,
what the land and
water of a place
are like
transportation
noun, the moving
of people or
things from place
to place
tunnel noun, a
path that runs
through or under
something
For what purposes
do the people
of New York City
use waterways?
Highlight the
sentences that tell
the answer.
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Name
Using Resources
Kinds of Resources
Date
People use natural resources to live. Air,
land, and water are natural resources.
People need air to live. They use land and
water for growing plants for food. There
are others kinds of resources too. People
who do all the different jobs are human
resources. They include farmers, teachers,
and doctors. Communities use human and
natural resources in different ways.
Changing the Environment
The environment is all of the things that
people find around them. It includes
things in nature. It also includes things that
people add to the land. People change their
environment to meet their needs and make
life easier.
New York City Resources
15
People in New York City use natural
resources and human resources every day.
One way is when they buy food at stores.
In New York City, food comes from all over
the world.
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INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
UNIT 1, LESSON 6
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
natural resource
noun, something
in nature that
people can use
human resource
noun, a worker
environment noun,
all of the things
that people find
around them
What are some
examples of
natural resources?
Highlight the
sentence that tells
the answer.
Why do people
change their
environment?
Circle the sentence
that tells the
answer.
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Name
Using Resources
Kinds of Resources
Date
People use natural resources to live. Air,
land, and water are natural resources.
People need air to live. They use land and
water for growing plants for food. There
are others kinds of resources too. People
who do all the different jobs are human
resources. They include farmers, teachers,
and doctors. Communities use human and
natural resources in different ways.
Changing the Environment
The environment is all of the things that
people find around them. It includes
things in nature. It also includes things that
people add to the land. People change their
environment to meet their needs and make
life easier.
New York City Resources
15
People in New York City use natural
resources and human resources every day.
One way is when they buy food at stores.
In New York City, food comes from all over
the world.
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UNIT 1, LESSON 6
INTERACTIVE SUMMARY
Find and underline
a form of each
vocabulary word.
natural resource
noun, something
in nature that
people can use
human resource
noun, a worker
environment noun,
all of the things
that people find
around them
What are some
examples of
natural resources?
Highlight the
sentence that tells
the answer.
Why do people
change their
environment?
Circle the sentence
that tells the
answer.
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