Geography is the study of earth and its features.
This category lists sites that provide information or educational activities related to geography for children and teenagers.
Includes atlas, countries, maps, quizzes, and facts. Also answers to FAQs.
Provides facts about the second largest ocean including background, geography, economic significance, transportation.
Where in the world is Barnaby Bear? Games, stories, photographs and a scrapbook.
Develop map skills while exploring the highlands, central lowlands and islands of Scotland.
List of geography websites for 11-16 year old students, including games and activities and resources for teaches and parents.
List of geography websites for 4-11 year old students, including games and activities and resources for teaches and parents.
Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.
Statistics and maps about the major population clusters of the world. Also information about the capitals and principal cities of many countries. In English and German.
Climate information for cities and countries all over the world
Cultural and geographical information about countries of the world through interactive maps.
Features articles about different countries organized by continent. Offers information on natural resources, people, arts, economy, government, and history.
Choose a country and find statistics about its population, area, economy, health, and education. Includes images of flags.
Learn about this ambitious project to travel around the globe in order to raise money for Parkinson's disease research. Includes interactive map, daily journals, photos, and geographical facts.
Collection of geography pages, printouts and activities for students.
Interactive map of Europe locating mountains, rivers, countries, and towns. Includes a map with links to photographs of the featured locations.
Offers adventures from around the globe.
Provides information about the people, history, culture, natural terrain, and tourist attractions in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Explore the geography of the United States in this interactive game created for students.
Searchable database of place names around the world tells where it is located. Includes more than a million ancient and contemporary names including variations.
Features calculating direct line distances between any two points on the earth's globe.
Displays maps and computes distances along a geodesic path. Includes a searchable database of airports and other locations.
Features a selection of interactive puzzles on the states, countries, 13 colonies, capitals, and sign language finger spelling.
Find in-depth information about everything from geography to weather, from government to religion, for more than 100 countries. Prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress.
Includes information about mountains, rivers, weather, Greece, links and software reviews.
Online game changes every day with ten new geography questions.
View photos taken from around the world during Robert Bremec's travels. Includes slideshow feature.
Offers games which test geography of the world. Country names are spoken and brief descriptions are provided.
Contains quizzes on maps of continents, countries, and states.
Explore seven of the most geographically dynamic locations on Earth. Learn about the Imax film, add your own favorite place, get a Greatest Places image, or check out the question of the week.
Maps and games for naming countries, states, and capitals. Also two player version.
Based on the NOVA educational TV program. Articles cover topics such as human consumption, sustainable population rate, and the impact of the average age within a country. Page includes people counter, photos, quizzes, and maps.
Interactive puzzle for locations and significance of the cultural monuments of the world. Also printable map of continents. Requires Windows 95, 98 or 3.1.
Learn fascinating facts about world countries. Each quiz selects 10 world trivia facts at random from a total set of 480.
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