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ScribbleMaps reviewed. Here is another cool Google Maps mashup that allows you to mark and draw on maps online. Using this site you can scribble, draw lines, arrows, add text, shapes and markers to any area map. Afterwards maps can be quickly shared with others by forwarding them a link or embedding maps on other webpages. The maps can be also downloaded as KML/GPX file. Features: Draw lines and mark on maps online.Scribble or draw lines and arrows.Add markers and text.Share maps by forwarding email or embedding on your site.Save maps on to your computer as KML/GPX.Similar apps: UMapper and QuickMaps.
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Radius Around a Point on a Map You can use this tool to find the radius around a point on the map. First type in the radius required in kilometers or miles and then click on the map at the center of where you wish the circle to appear. You can then create as many radii as you wish. Some Handy Google Maps Tutorials for Teachers March 11, 2015 Google Maps is an excellent tool to use with students to develop their spatial thinking. Beyond getting driving or walking directions to the other, this tool enables students to discover the world right from their classrooms. It is also a very good way to teach students about geography concepts, distance measurement, map readings and other fundamentals of mapping such as longitude, latitude, locations and many more. There are actually several ways to use Google Maps with students. Here are some few examples suggested by Google: 1- Take a Tour of The New Google Maps
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