Geography

Geography Standards
5.7. Identify, locate, and describe places and regions in the United States.
5.8. Use various types of maps to describe and explain the United States.
5.9. Explain migration, trade, and cultural patterns in the United States.
5.10. Describe how physical and political features influence events, movements, and adaptation to the
environment.
5.11. Describe how technological developments, societal decisions, and personal practices influence
sustainability in the United States.


Five Themes of Geography pdf
Location (absolute and relative)
Place
Region
Movement
Human-environment Interactiom

UNITED STATES MAPS:
• Seterra.com maps and quizzes
• Classtools.com
• US Regions map pdf
• Native American Tribes
• 13 British Colonies Maps seterra.com) pdf

WORLD MAPS:
geology.com
• NASA Outline Maps
• Google Maps
• Google Earth

SOLAR AZIMUTH:
University of Oregon

SATELlITE:
Earth View

Geography Bee:
National Geographic Bee


 

Helpful Links


• The World Around Us
October 

  1. Brazil, Australia, U.S.A., Thailand, D.R.C.
  2. France, Vietnam, Namibia, Angola, Italy
  3. Ecuador, Haiti, Sudan, Poland, Bhutan
  4. Chad, Georgia, Tajikistan, Senegal, Cameroon, Qatar, Croatia, Indonesia, Slovakia, St. Kitts and Nevis
  5. Canberra, Kinshasa, Washington D.C., Brasilia, Bangkok

November 

  1. Algeria, Canada, Turkey, Mongolia, Panama
  2. Mali, Nepal, Uruguay, Bangladesh, Sweden
  3. Niger, Kyrgyzstan, Czech Republic, Comoros, Zambia
  4. Iraq, Liechtenstein, Netherlands, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Djibouti, Barbados, Moldova, Grenada, Sierra Leone
  5. Ulan Bator, Ankara, Panama City, Ottawa, Algiers

December 

  1. Iceland, Honduras, Japan, Switzerland, Mauritania
  2. Guinea, Guyana, Afghanistan, Hungary, Somalia
  3. See level two…
  4. Cape Verde, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Montenegro, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Slovenia, East Timor, South Sedan
  5. Reykjavik, Tegucigalpa, Nouakchott, Bern, Tokyo

January

  1. Mozambique, New Zealand, China, Pakistan, Venezuela
  2. Myanmar, Israel, United Kingdom, Uganda, Nicaragua
  3. Bahrain, Burkina Faso, Cyprus, El Salvador, Antigua & Barbuda, .
  4. Estonia, Congo, Kuwait, Lithuania, Monaco, Paraguay, South Korea, Tonga, Sao Tome & Principe, Zimbabwe
  5. Maputo, Beijing, Islamabad, Caracas, Wellington

February

  1. India, Colombia, Chile, Romania, Libya
  2. Cambodia, Botswana, Ivory Coast, Denmark, Oman
  3. Andorra, Cuba, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Belarus, Guinea-Bissau
  4. Laos, Marshall Islands, North Korea, Syria, St. Lucia, Malta, Kosovo, Swaziland, Togo, Vanuatu
  5. New Delhi (India), Bogota (Colombia), Bucharest (Romania), Santiago (Chile), Tripoli (Libya

March

  1. Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Ireland, Finland, Kazakhstan
  2. Austria, Latvia, Papua New Guinea, Argentina, Tanzania
  3. Armenia, Bahamas, Belgium, Benin, Morocco
  4. Eritrea, Jordan, Kiribati, Lesotho, Phillipines, Rwanda, Dominica, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan
  5. San Jose, Addis Araba, Dublin, Helsinki, Astana

April

  1. Egypt, Kenya, Germany, Mexico, Greece
  2. Bolivia, Liberia, Madagascar, Saudi Arabia, Serbia
  3. Brunei, Azerbaijan, Gabon,, Gambia, Central African Republic
  4. Jamaica, Luxembourg, Maldives, Burundi, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Vatican City, Trinidad and Tobago, Samoa
  5. Cairo (Egypt), Nairobi (Kenya), Berlin (Germany), Athens (Greece), Mexico City (Mexico)

May

  1. Iran, Nigeria, Norway, Spain, Russian Federation
  2. Ghana, South Africa, Guatemala, Tunisia, Yemen
  3. Albania, Belize, Bulgaria, Peru, Dominican Republic
  4. Equatorial Guinea, Malaysia, Lebanon, Macedonia, Malawi, Mauritius, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, Suriname, Tuvalu, Ukraine
  5. Tehran (Iran), Abuja (Nigeria), Oslo (Norway), Madrid (Spain), Moscow (Russia)