Daily, without knowing, we often use the common sense of geography! As teachers, it’s useful to share these things with our students, helping to give them a sense of place.
Here’s a fun classroom activity for your students this Halloween using our USA Places and Geographic Features map. Have your students label a USA map with cities and towns that have Halloween-related names! They can learn more about the USA while having Halloween fun! It is fun decorate their special Spook-City map with holiday images! […]
Do you wonder which classroom maps work best for your grade level? Get some advice from our cartographer, Jason Newton! JASON NEWTON’s ALL GRADES “TOP MAP PICKS”! Our cartographer Jason Newton has had a busy summer. He designed a video workshop to go along with our most popular classroom map, USA, PLACES AND GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES map. […]
To see what our maps are about, we are presenting a small section of our most popular map: USA, PLACES AND GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES. Our approach to teaching geography is simple and effective: students learn by a hands-on approach, by drawing in details and labeling large desktop size maps. Kids learn geography by being cartographers themselves […]
These are some of the top reasons to use Maps for the Classroom maps in your school. Our maps reinforce skills, and add excitement to your curriculum! Browse our maps HERE to see the large variety of activity maps we offer. Plus, you can view finished, colored versions of our maps. REINFORCE NEATNESS. Cartography is […]
This painting of Zion National Park was made by the American explorer Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh, who lived from 1853–1935. He was a talented man who had a zest for travel, and the skills of a geographer. He also was an author and a painter. Dellenbaugh began traveling with expeditions at the young age of seventeen or eighteen. His journeys […]