Guide your lecture notes with these printable coloring book pages of global colonial possessions circa 1914. These are particularly great for AP Human Geography, AP US History, AP European History, and AP World History - though any humanities course will benefit.
Making a lesson about colonialism and imperialism? Have kids check out the spatial distribution of colonial possessions circa 1914:
The format is .PNG to allow for you to paste and stretch in Word. I've found that .3'' margins (all sides) is the farthest most standard printers will allow. Set these in your Word page setup before printing your doc.
You can print this on a poster printer for a small group activity, use in lecture, or have these available on a rack for cathartic purposes once students are waiting for the bell to ring.
This item was created using open-source maps, Adobe Illustrator, and Autodesk Sketchbook by the Human Imprint. I used the Rubenstein 13th edition maps for reference, though the outline maps were created by myself.
This coloring book series is inspired by the Wynn Kapit Geography Coloring Book, that hasn't been updated since 2003. It's provided many hours of geography inspiration for myself and I hope to spread the same.
$$ Any earnings from the sale of my maps helps to pay for professional illustrations that I have made for my online illustrated comic text about Human Geography. $$
Let me know if I can make this better!
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