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Teaching Map Skills & Landforms

Nippur Map 1400 BCE The oldest known map ever found.

Landforms memory game - free printable

Corkboard Connections: Games for Learning the 50 States - Learning the 50 states can be fun when students play games and interactive websites.

Maps and Globes - A Printable Book for Introducing Map Skills

Free - Le Paper Globe is the template of a do-it-yourself terrestrial globe. Not only will it look neat in your living room, it is also a very good learning tool for Geography and Geometry.

Understanding Latitude and Longitude--using a balloon

Topographic land form model

Geology science project Experimental setup for modeling landslides

Maps and Globes - A Printable Book for Introducing Map Skills

Europe Coloring Map of countries

Created for student in 2nd-4th grade, Barefoot Island is a fun, engaging project to help reinforce mapping skills. Students create their own legend...

Map Activity – World’s Continents & Oceans - In this activity, students must locate and identify the world’s continents and oceans. When students are finished with this, they may spend time coloring the various continents and oceans if so desired. Included in this package is a ready-to-copy blackline master world map along with a separate answer key. This activity could also easily be used as a test or a quiz. Preview file is available for download. $

Geo Genius...Tons of fun geography games for early finishers!

Giant-Size Outdoor Map lesson plan...Oh! This is good!

Longitude & latitude rap! My kids love this!

The Continents - Free Presentations in PowerPoint format, Free Interactive Activities and Games for Kids

The Create-a-Country Geography Skills Project requires students -- upper elementary, middle, or high school -- to demonstrate fundamental geography skills. in a fun, engaging way.

Modify this great zig-zag idea! Use geologic features like mtns, valleys, glaciers, etc. instead of houses!

Longitude and latitude lines, as well as the equator and prime meridian are explained in this clip from "Dig Into History with California Jones: California Regions."