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Mapskills Mapskills This page offers interactive Flash based activities to help the user gain a number of skills in understanding maps. These activities can be used by a teacher as a demonstration tool or by the student in the classroom or at home. There are three lessons available. Clicking on the links to the left will bring up the activities.
Oxfam Education:
Welcome to Mapzone
BBC Schools - Barnaby Bear - Games - Map symbols
National Geographic MapMachine--online atlas, street maps

National Geographic MapMachine--online atlas, street maps

Welcome to the MapMaker Interactive This tutorial explains how to explore National Geographic Education's interactive GIS mapping tool and tools for customizing outline maps for print. Use the zoom bar to go from a world view to a local view (or in cartographic terms, from a large scale to a small scale). If you zoom out to a world view, you will see that the map is in a Mercator projection. Use the location menus at the top to zoom from a world view to a continent, country, or other region.
Where is that
NOVA Online | The Search for Longitude | Find Your Longitude (nonshockwave)
See You See Me - Landscapes This site explores the Landscapes of Scotland and develops Map Skills. It is aimed at P4/5 or 7-9 year olds. See the Teacher's Page for more detailed information on how to get the best out of the site. Highlands & Islands See You See Me - Landscapes
Learning Web :: Lesson Plans :: Map Adventures :: Introduction & Lessons
Graphic Maps custom maps and graphics for any application worldwide
OMC: Create a Map
Grades 6-8 Overview: As students may already know, they can learn a lot about the world by comparing maps with various themes, such as population density and climate features. Lesson Plans - Xpeditions @ nationalgeographic.com Lesson Plans - Xpeditions @ nationalgeographic.com
National Geographic Magazine @ nationalgeographic.com
Latitude, Longitude and the Earth Thematic Unit
smaps - find a place in New Zealand
GeoNet Game
EDSITEment - Mapping Lesson Plan EDSITEment - Mapping Lesson Plan Activity 1. What is a map? Explore what students already know about maps.
var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E")); Mapping Theme Page This "Theme Page" has links to two types of resources related to the study of Mapping. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. Mapping Theme Page Mapping Theme Page
Map Skills Page - North Canton Schools
Social Studies: Environment - Playground Map
Geography Label Me! Printouts
Maps and More Maps!!!!
Maps are a great tool for anyone. They can locate all different places when they have the correct maps. A map can be found online or from travel service agencies and other places, too. Having several of them is a good idea. Keeping them in the glove compartment of a car is always recommended. Online World Atlas Online World Atlas
The Space Place :: World Map Puzzle Make a relief map jigsaw puzzle Wouldn't it be fun to make your own miniature world, complete with mountains, valleys, rivers, lakes, and volcanoes? Now what does map-making have to do with space? Excellent question! Well, where would you have to go for the real world to look like a map? The Space Place :: World Map Puzzle
Social Studies: Environment - Creating an Edible Map
Geography World - Map and Globe Skills

Atlas - Xpeditions @ nationalgeographic.com

Atlas - Xpeditions @ nationalgeographic.com You may download this map, modify it, and use it in any way, provided that you charge no fee for anyone to view or use any item that includes or is based on this map. If you use this map, you must include the following credit in association with it: "Map courtesy National Geographic. National Geographic does not review or endorse content added to this map by others." Any use in a product or service for which a fee is charged, by you or someone else, requires a license; contact natgeocreative@ngs.org for more information and to obtain a license.