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By Linda C. Joseph - Posted Sep 15, 2013
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For September 15, 2013: Geography teachers will find a treasure trove of tools to use in their classrooms at the National Atlas Website. For starters, students can trace the flow of America's streams with an interactive map. They can also examine map layers such as agriculture, biology, and climate. Teachers can print all kinds of maps, including congressional districts, reference and outline maps of the United States, federal lands, territorial acquisitions, presidential elections 1789-2008, and time zones. In addition, there are several dynamic maps that will assist in the instruction of geography concepts. This is a great resource for teachers and students.

Fly over to CyberBee at www.cyberbee.com for more great websites, lessons, and activities to use with students.


 
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