Map Library

Map Library

Browse through a selection of printable maps of the U.S. states, U.S. regions, continents, and more.

  • Maps of the United States
    Find different maps of each state in the U.S. There are physical maps, maps with capitals, and maps of different geographical regions.

  • Maps of the World
    Here you will find maps of the world, each continent, regions of the world, and more.

  • Map Activities
    These mapping activities are sure to keep your students engaged in learning geography. There are crossword puzzles, word searches, quizzes, and more!


Latitude/Longitude

Distance Calculator

Find distances between cities/towns, land features, and more

How Far Is It?

(example: Saint Moritz, Switzerland)

(example: Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC)

Distance Calculator now supports locations worldwide!

InfoPlease: World
Search for additional geographical resources like interactive atlases, country information, encyclopedia articles, and current events.

FunBrain: Geography Games
Find great geography games to help your students reinforce the material they are studying.

U.S. States Theme
Here you'll find word searches, quizzes, worksheets, and other cross-curricular activities to assist you with teaching about the fifty United States.

Geography
Enhance your curriculum with printable maps, statistical charts, quizzes, and more!

Social Studies
Find family and community, geography, government, history, and general social studies resources to expand your social studies thematic units.

Skill Builders: Geography Challenge Questions
Weekly geography challenge questions help students learn research skills and discover fun facts. Three levels of questions and their answers are provided for each week.

Highlights

Back to School
Get ready for Back to School! Whether you've returned to the classroom already, or have a couple weeks left of summer break, we have the materials to make those first days easier. Check out our list of Top 10 Things Every Teacher Needs, Bulletin Board Ideas, plus our collections of Icebreakers, Behavior Management Resources, Graphic Organizers, and much, much, more!

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: Suicide Prevention Week (9/4-10), Labor Day (9/5), International Literacy Day (9/8), Grandparents Day (9/11), Patriot Day (9/11), Author Agatha Christie's Birthday (9/15/1890), Stepfamily Day (9/16), 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!




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