Enhance your social studies and earth science curriculum with colorful geography transparencies and visuals in this slideshow. Use these printable maps to illustrate geographic differences, time zones, and boundaries. Students will compare soil composition, locate mountain belts, identify oceans, visualize climate zones, and more with these resources.
Use this map to locate and identify the Earth's two major mountain belts: the Eurasian-Melanesian and the Circum-Pacific.
Use this color coded map to help students identify plateaus, plains, and mountain ranges in the continental United States. This printable makes an excellent handout or transparency for the study of U.S. geography and earth science.
Use this printable map to compare time differences and visualize the boundaries of time zones around the world. The Canadian engineer and inventor Sir Sandford Fleming first suggested Universal Standard Time in the late 1800s.
Identify tectonic plates around the world with this map. Use this printable to further students' understanding of geology, geophysics, and oceanography.
This map illustrates how soil composition in North America varies regionally by climate. Use the printable as a handout or transparency to educate students about earth science and geography.
Sharpen students' map reading skills with this handout. Ask students to use the key to identify items on the town map.
Test students' knowledge of world oceans with this blank map.
Use this map to help students visualize climate zones around the world.
This map will help students visualize time zones in the United States.