Geography doesn't have to be boring! Learn how to make geography fun with these books, games, and YouTube channels!

Way for teachers to make geography fun and exciting for students-some of these channels have a LOT of videos and some only have a few. Each link has a paragraph description of why the channel is beneficial for the class.

FREE Maps - free printable maps of world, continents, australia, united states, europe and more both blank and labeled

FREE Maps - free printable maps of world, continents, australia, united states, europe and more both blank and labeled Great resource when teaching students geography in the classroom!

Only Passionate Curiosity has a FREE Visual Guide to Landforms to go with her landforms pack. You can get both packs on her site for free.  Click here for

FREE Visual Guide to Landforms

Here are 30+ ways to teach geography, ranging from geography games to the layers of the earth with cake, without a textbook!

Here are ways to teach geography, ranging from geography games, to the layers of the earth with cake, all without a textbook! This pin is a powerful teacher resource that provides the teacher with lot of great interactive ideas for teaching geography!

The science of earthquakes is both fascinating and complicated, even in this over-simplified version.

The Science of Earthquakes and Fracking [Infographic

The Science of Earthquakes and Fracking The science of earthquakes is both fascinating and complicated, even in this over-simplified version.

This Map shows the most valuable export of African Countries

These Maps Show Every Country’s Most Valuable Exports

By using a simple mnemonic device, this skinny poster illustrates the factors that characterize any civilization: Geography, Religion, Achievements, Politics, Economics, and Social Structures. Use this poster when introducing any ancient civilization to your students. It works with classifying present-day civilizations, too!    ©2017. 13 x 38 inches. Laminated to last. Middle school, high school.

It would be a good way to channel students' focus when talking about different civilizations or eras. It breaks a huge idea down to six different topics, with varying complexities. It could be altered a little to be more applicable.

FREE "Less Mess" Explore the World: Research a Country or City

As students learn about a country they can take notes on some of the details they learn on this fun sheet! They might could later use these note for a writing project or presentation!

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