- Mapping the World by Heart. A fabulous geography
progam. My son and I are currently using this and I am loving
it. The objective is that when the program is complete, you get
out a 17 inch blank piece of paper and draw the world, including
170+ countries, labeling major cities, rivers, etc.
- Mapping with National Geographic. Very
- Jet Punk. Great quizzes that help you learn
about naming countries, states, etc.
- National Geographic Xpeditions
http://www.vacations.info/ - Vacations has all sorts of geography quizzes that help with learning.
- Replogle Globes has an interactive page to
learn all about globes and how to use them. Also on the right
side of this page the link for "How old is your globe?"
helps you determine how old your globe is based on the names of
various countries that have changed. I purchased a Replogle globe
for our homeschool classroom because they have a 50% off upgrade
policy. When you purchase a Roplogle globe and the country names
change, you can get a new globe at 50% off. I like that.
- David Rumsey Map Collection
- Woodlands. Great history and geography resources.
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- Sheppard Software. Great site with interactive
games to learn U.S. and world geography, along with facts about
- I Like 2 Learn. Another site with interactive
- Nations Online. Great world maps and other
- Virtual Tourist - visit locations worldwide
and explore them as if you were visiting.
- Cosmo Learning Geography.
- 50 States. Contains a nice list of facts about each state as
well as links for more information about each one.