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Geography Web Links
- Coolmath-Games.com - Geography Games
Coolmath-Games.com has free, challenging Map Snap games.
Students (and others) can practice identifying the location of the states with this online puzzle.
- National Geographic Map Creation Tool
National Geographic has a free map tool that allows a great deal of customization. You can create and print completed maps or outline maps and selected versions between both.
- Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection
Check out the (mostly) free modern and historical maps online from the University of Texas. There are supposed to be more than 250,000 maps in the collection.
- Seterra Geography Games
Seterra is a geography game with more than 100 different geography exercises. This is a free site that you can access online or download to your computer. It drills on states, countries, and capitals, but also covers provinces and territories within countries, oceans, lakes, rivers, flags, mountains, and important cities. It's a very simply designed program—click to assign a label to the correct location. Labels sometimes overlap each other, making it difficult to use, but it's still very good for a free resource.
- Sheppard Software Geography Games
Sheppard Software has some great geography games for both the U.S. and the world. These are free and quick to access, and they are especially good for practice identifying states and capitals as well as countries and their capitals.
- Take a Seat Road Trip Geography
Take a Seat Road Trip Geography is an Internet page that has links to geography and mapping resources. These include lesson material, games, maps, quizzes, and more on both World and U.S. Geography.