Geography Education Resources
Geography education resources provide tools and materials for teaching and learning about the Earth's physical and human characteristics, including maps, globes, atlases, and digital resources.
AG and STEM-Recommend All
Ag and STEM kids activities offer hands-on and engaging ways for children to learn about the intersection of agriculture and science, technology, engineering, and math.
All the Trivia-Recommend All
All the Trivia's Geography Trivia offers a fun and challenging way for individuals to test their knowledge and learn more about the world's countries, landmarks, and natural features.
Ask Nature-Recommend All
AskNature.org is a biomimicry database that allows users to explore nature-inspired solutions to design challenges and find sustainable solutions to human problems.
Audubon- Recommend Elementary/ Middle School
Audubon for Kids provides nature-based activities and educational resources for children to learn about birds, wildlife, and the natural world.
CK12- Recommend Middle School
The CK-12 Middle School Earth Science FlexBook is a customizable and free digital textbook covering various earth science topics, including geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy.
Earth at Home-Recommend All
Earth at Home offers sustainability-focused educational resources and activities for students and educators to learn about environmental issues and take action to protect the planet.
Earth Science Education-Recommend All
Earth Science Education provides teachers and students with resources, lesson plans, and professional development opportunities to enhance their understanding of earth science concepts and processes.
Earth Science Lesson-Recommend All
Reach Out Michigan's Earth Science Experiments offer hands-on and interactive activities for children to explore various earth science topics, including rocks, weather, and soil.
Earth Science Week-Recommend All
Earth Science Week promotes geoscience education and awareness through educational resources, activities, and events for students, educators, and the general public.
*Education Possible- Recommend Elementary/ Middle School
Education Possible's Geography Activities for Middle School provide engaging and interactive resources for students to explore geography concepts and develop critical thinking and map skills.
How Stuff Works- Recommend Middle/High School
HowStuffWorks' Animals section offers a wide range of articles, videos, and interactive features to educate and entertain people of all ages about the animal kingdom.
iNaturalist is a citizen science platform that allows users to document and share observations of plants, animals, and other living things, contributing to scientific research and conservation efforts.
National Geographic Kids- Recommend Elementary/ Middle School
National Geographic Kids provides educational resources, games, videos, and articles for children to learn about geography, animals, science, and culture in a fun and engaging way.
National Geographic: Resource Library- Recommend Middle/High School
National Geographic Education provides free resources and professional development for educators to incorporate geography, science, and social studies into their curriculum and inspire students to become global citizens.
*Nature Lab- Recommend All
The Nature Conservancy's Nature Lab offers interactive tools and resources for educators and students to learn about conservation, sustainability, and the natural world through virtual field trips, activities, and multimedia content.
National Park Service- Recommend All
The National Park Service's Geoscience Teaching Resources provide lesson plans, videos, and other educational materials for K-12 educators to teach about geology, natural resources, and climate change using national parks as real-world examples.
San Diego Zoo- Recommend All
San Diego Zoo Wildlife Explorers provides resources and activities for children to learn about animals and conservation through virtual field trips, games, and interactive lessons.
Seattle Aquarium- Recommend All
The Seattle Aquarium's Experience Aquarium Anywhere program offers virtual experiences, animal webcams, and educational resources for individuals to learn about marine life and conservation from anywhere in the world.
Smithsonian's Kids- Recommend All
Smithsonian Kids provides educational games, videos, and interactive activities for children to explore various topics in science, history, art, and culture.
Teach Earth Science- Recommend Elementary/ Middle School
TeachEarthScience.org provides free resources and professional development for K-12 educators to teach earth science using real-world examples and hands-on activities.
Teacher.org- Recommend All
Teacher.org's Lesson Plan Library offers free lesson plans and teaching resources across various subject areas and grade levels.
Wilderness Classroom- Recommend Elementary/ Middle School
Wilderness Classroom's Lesson Plans provide standards-based resources for K-12 educators to teach environmental education, outdoor skills, and cultural awareness using adventure-based learning.
World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) Wild Classroom- Recommend All
World Wildlife Fund's Teaching Resources provide free and engaging lesson plans, activities, and multimedia resources for educators to teach about conservation, ecology, and wildlife conservation.