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Explore the Landmarks of the World using Google Maps! Students can take a virtual tour of the world. Learn about the Natural Wonders of the World like Mount Everest, the Grand Canyon, Victoria Falls and the Serengeti.Students can go to www.encyclopedia.com to learn more about each landmark. Created
We can’t always take our students on field trips to the Spanish-speaking countries we teach them about. But a Google Earth (or Google Maps “Street View”) virtual experience can be a great way to give them a taste of what it’s like to explore a Spanish-speaking city. This activity works best with
| Life Skills Reading | Writing | Maps | Google Maps | Scavenger Hunt | Unit 3 | Special Education |Teaching students how to use technology like Google Maps is an increasingly important skill for kids these days to be able to master. Technology has come a long way, and with many phones coming pre-lo
The perfect activity for young explorers! This product offers activities such as exploring and identifying parts of a map, using Google Maps and Google Earth to learn about new places and two map scavenger hunts. Includes:Parts of a Map Scavenger Hunt Exploring the United States Scavenger Hunt Using

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This is the Washington, D.C. scavenger hunt using Google Earth or Google Maps. It is best used when discussing the importance of the layout of Washington, D.C. or as a map reading exercise. It can be used in either Geography or Us History. An answer key is included on the last page.
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7th - 12th
Google Maps shows Students Canadian Landmarks! Students can visualize what the landmark looks like, where it is located, and points of interest about the landmark. Students can see it on a map or on the satellite.Created by CC Fisher
Explore the Land Down Under using Google Maps. Using a Webquest, Students interact using Google Maps as a fun way to:• Find famous landmarks, what state they are located, and interesting facts about them.• Locate famous landmarks on a map of AustraliaCreated by CC Fisher
Take a Virtual Tour of Asia! Where is Mount Everest? Where is The Great Wall of China? Where is the Taj Mahal? Look at the countries to see the impact of Global Warming. This has Historical and Natural Landmarks. Created by CC Fisher
Students will solve 2 algebraic equations for each scavenger item. The solutions to the equations become the coordinates that they then enter into Google Maps to find each item. Skills needed include solving equations with variables on both sides, distributive property, and distributing a negative.
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8th - 9th
This is the New York City Scavenger hunt using Google Earth or Google Maps. The key is included. This works well when planning a field trip, teaching about important places in NYC or teaching about the layout of a city.
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6th - 12th
Using Google Maps, send your students on an alphabetic scavenger hunt! This activity is completely online using Google Slides and Maps and can be easily assigned through Google Classroom.Students will become familiarized with:cardinal directions (east, west, north, south)capital citiesprovinces and
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4th - 7th
Explore the Landmarks of China using Google Maps! Students can take a virtual tour of China. See the beauty and history of China like The Great Wall of China, The Forbidden City, The Terracotta Army, the rivers, mountains, and even a Panda Center. Created by CC FisherOther LessonsScavenger Hunt of A
Students desire seeing exciting places! Google maps gives a virtual tour of Europe. Some of the famous places Students can explore – Big Ben in the United Kingdom, the Eiffel Tower in France and the Colosseum in Italy. Created by CC FisherOther LessonsGoogle Maps Scavenger Hunt Ancient History Landm
Explore the rich heritage of Mexico using Google Maps. Students interact using Google Maps to explore:· Famous ancient, natural and cultural landmarks· Where the landmarks are located, and interesting facts about them.· The locations of famous landmarks on a map of Mexico Created by CC Fisher
| Life Skills Reading | Writing | Maps | Google Maps | Scavenger Hunt | Unit 3 | Special Education | Distance Learning | GOOGLE |Teaching students how to use technology like Google Maps is an increasingly important skill for kids these days to be able to master. Technology has come a long way, and w
Explore Colonial America with Google Maps! Students discover where famous landmarks are located and the history of each landmark. Plymouth Rock is an actual rock where the Pilgrims landed. Find the oldest tavern is the US. Discover where the American Flag was created. Google Maps has a link to
This worksheet requires students to use a computer or tablet to locate different locations on Google Maps.
Explore the Geography of France using Google Maps! Students can take a virtual tour of France locating the borders of France. Study the Rivers and Mountain regions of France. Looking at the Satellite pictures, you see the mountainous barriers that form between France and the countries of Italy, Swit
This scavenger hunt has student use Google maps or Google earth to find historical landmarks around the city. Each clue leads students to the next, using map skills. There is a word bank to assist the students.
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5th - 8th
Explore the Landmarks of the World using Google Maps! Students can take a virtual tour of the world. Where were the pyramids built? What famous landmark did immigrants pass to enter the US? What famous landmark looks out over the city of Rio de Janeiro? Where is the famous Leaning Tower? Find out
Aerial maps give us the ability to see structures and landmarks from the air. They are used to find resources in the mining industry, to map cities, for military purposes, to track the destruction of forests, and to locate historical sites. NASA creates aerial maps on other planets, such as Mars, to
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6th - 12th, Adult Education
This is a scavenger hunt based around the novel Kensuke's Kingdom. It uses Google Earth and reinforces the concept of latitude and longitude.
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3rd - 4th
This scavenger hunt has student use Google maps or Google earth to find historical landmarks around the city. Each clue leads students to the next, using map skills. There is a word bank to assist the students.
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5th - 8th
Aerial maps give us the ability to see structures and landmarks from the air. They are used to find resources in the mining industry, to map cities, for military purposes, to track the destruction of forests, and to locate historical sites. NASA creates aerial maps on other planets, such as Mars, to
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education

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