Africa’s tremendous Sahara, deep forest, and endless savanna await your students on this visually stunning map, based on the September 2005 National Geographic Magazine map insert. The brightly colored map is 26’ x 35’, and clearly illustrates oceans, seas, rivers, mountains, countries and capitals. The map comes with a trunk of rich activities, games, props and educational resources.
Explore the continent with your students using these educationally powerful and fun activities.
"This was a FANTASTIC experience for our elementary students. I've taught an African unit for sixteen years, and there is no better way to teach geography than this. The first graders put their feet in the Nile and jumped into the Sahara Desert. They will never forget it!"- Merrill Levine, First Grade Teacher, The Bright School, Chatanooga, TN
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Home to over sixty percent of the world’s population, Asia encompasses a diverse landscape, extremes in climate, and multiple human cultures reaching back to the planet’s earliest civilizations. From Siberia to Saudi Arabia and from the Caucasus to Cambodia, the many marvels of Asia await your students’ inquiring minds and eager feet!
Europe may be the world’s second smallest continent, but this map is just as large as our other Giant Traveling Maps. Your students will explore the continent’s temperate climate, rich natural resources and physical features while analyzing population, human health and economic data from the Middle Ages to the present.
Bringing geography home in a big way for your students, the North America map invites them to traverse the continent from Alaska’s Aleutian Islands to the Panama Canal and from Iceland to Baja. Along the way they will find their familiar home state or province as well as make new and exciting historical and cultural discoveries!
Your students will experience the vast Pacific Ocean’s many marvels: volcanoes giving birth to new islands, deep-sea vents supporting unique life forms, phytoplankton blooms providing over half of the planet’s fresh air, and the Great Barrier Reef – the largest living structure in the world.
Imagine your students scaling the high peaks of the Andes, searching for the ancient city of Machu Picchu, and following the Amazon River from its alpine headwaters thousands of miles through the Brazilian rain forest all the way to the Atlantic Ocean. This and more can happen all in an afternoon at your school on the Giant Traveling Map of South America!
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