Geography Guide - Grade 4

students reading a map  Each year, National Geographic holds the National Geographic Geography Bee. Thousands of students from all over the United States participate in preliminary rounds of the bee in their local schools and at the state level. Finalists are invited to Washington, D.C., to compete for the national championship.

These resources, which include maps, quizzes, fact sheets, and activities covering U.S. and world geography, will help you prepare your students for your school's Geography Bee. They are also valuable resources that can be used to enhance your geography curriculum throughout the year.

Geographic Information and Multimedia

Lesson Plans

Political and Geographic Maps

State Profiles

Additional Guides

Printable Activities and Exercises

Quizzes

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2016 Presidential Elections
Election season is here. Help your students understand the process of our national elections, from the President down to local representatives, with our election activities. Read short biographies of presidential candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R), explore mock election ideas, create presidential trading cards, learn election vocabulary, play election bingo and more!

September Calendar of Events
September is full of events that you can incorporate into your standard curriculum! Our Educators' Calendar outlines activities for each event, including: U.S. Constitution Week (9/17-23), International Day of Peace (9/21), Autumn Begins (9/22), and Banned Books Week (9/25-10/1). Plus, celebrate Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, Classical Music Month, Hispanic Heritage Month (9/15-10/15), Hunger Action Month, Hunger Action Month, Library Card Sign-Up Month, National Sickle Cell Month all September long!