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Where Are Some of the World’s Staple Crops Grown?
Dive Into State Geography Learning
Create and Share Content with the MapMaker Interactive
The Scoop on Selecting a Map Projection at National Geographic
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An interactive mapping experience with rich layers of information on the physical Earth, oceans, culture, and more.
Grades K-2. Students compare miniatures to real items. Then they explore maps and globes as miniature versions of places and the Earth. See All Grades K-2 Mapping Activities»
Grades 3-5. Students look at lines of latitude and longitude on Unites States and world maps, discuss why these lines are helpful, and identify landmarks with similar latitude and longitude. See All Grades 3-5 Mapping Activities»
Grades 6-8. Students create three-dimensional clay mountains and then use them to make contour maps. See All Grades 6-8 Mapping Activities»
Grades 9-12. Students learn about and investigate the origins of place names in New York. Then they map place names and analyze patterns. See All Grades 9-12 Mapping Activities»
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Printable 1-page maps of continents, countries, and states. Visit the MapMaker 1-Page Map tool to customize and download your map. See all of our 1-Page Maps.
Find games that teach map skills to use in your classroom.