Google EarthTM History Maps
Combine geography skills with core history content using Google Earth's
dynamic satellite imagery software. Each unit furnishes students with a map overlay file on which they affix place-markers, draw routes, highlight areas, and
measure distances, all contributing to a culminating activity in which they answer a DBQ-style question.
Klett-Perthes Map &anp; Atlas
The Interactive Perthes Wall Map: World and USA allows users to fine-tune the complexity or simplicity of physical and political maps. The Digital Perthes World Atlas equips users with 70 thematic world maps and 90 maps (physical, political, and thematic) of the continents and their regions.
Extensive sets of digital maps and charts provide users with a long list of advanced capabilities to explore such topics as political boundaries, physical features, elevation, land cover, climate, precipitation, population, migration, cultural regions, counties, time zones, trade, agriculture, and minerals.
Digital Atlases of U.S. &
Digital history maps use the power of layers to build student knowledge from simple beginnings to more and more complex understandings, all guided by detailed lesson plans.
History in Maps
Students use geography to interpret the past using electronic images of detailed, full-color historical maps (plus printable outline versions of the maps for assessment or project work). Teachers get detailed lesson plans and support materials.
Interactive Wall Maps:
Basic maps souped up with sophisticated user tools bring the power of switchable layers to classroom maps of the U.S and world. Although the cartography is basic (no shaded relief), the maps’ tools allow users to zoom in and out, magnify a particular spot, type labels, highlight or paint selected areas, find a feature by searching on its name, and measure distances. Layers of information can be turned on and off to customize each map