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  1. Snappy SS Week 4

  2. Take out a sheet of paper and put your correct heading then begin • Use Map B on your desk to help you this week. Remember to answer in complete sentences. • 1. What city is shown on this map? • 2. In which grid section is the zoo? • 3. What state is across the river from Omaha?

  3. Take out your Snappy SS; Skip a line and put today’s date • 4. Which direction is Elmwood Park from the intersection of Interstate Highway 80 and Interstate Highway 680? • 5. If you wanted to travel from the Nebraska School from the Deaf to the Joslyn Art Museum, which direction would you go?

  4. Take out your Snappy SS; Skip a line and put today’s date • 6. How far is Benson Park from Elmwood Park? • 7. Which river runs along the east side of Omaha? • 8. What body of water is in grid section C-2?

  5. Take out your Snappy SS; Skip a line and put today’s date • 9. In which grid sections are parks located? • 10. Why are parks good for a community? • When you finish read pages 30-31 in book.

  6. Check your answers-these should be in complete sentences. • 1. The city shown on this map is Omaha, Nebraska. • 2. The zoo is in grid section C-3? • 3. The state that is across the river from Omaha is Iowa.

  7. Check your answers-these should be in complete sentences. • 4. The direction is northeast. • 5. You would travel southeast from the Nebraska School from the Deaf to the Joslyn Art Museum.

  8. Answers • 6. It is about 4 miles from Benson Park to Elmwood Park. • 7. The river that runs along the east side of Omaha is called the Missouri River. • 8. The body of water that is in C-2 is Carter Lake.

  9. Answers • 9. The grid sections where parks are located are B-2 and B-3. (A zoo is not a park.) • Parks are good for communities by adding greenery and recreational opportunities to the community. (Answers may vary)