This helpful set of 15
brightly colored map teaching visuals (labeled on one side and unlabeled on the
other) help your students master geography facts by learning locations of the
world’s regions, countries, landforms, and more as taught in the History and Geography 5 Curriculum/Lesson
Plans (available separately
or as part of the Fifth Grade Curriculum)
and Old World History and Geography, 4th
ed. The unlabeled sides are great for
review time! You may display these 17.5"
x 22.5"maps on your classroom walls for all your students to see. Gr.
Note the following:
Physical maps focus on features such as bodies
of water, deserts, and mountains whereas political maps focus on names of
countries. Maps that do not specify physical or political may include aspects
Maps of specific sections (modern Middle East,
Asia, Africa, western Europe, eastern Europe) include the capitals of selected
The landforms and bodies of water map illustrates
geographical terms such as tributary,
sound, and oasis.
The U.S. map includes states and capitals.
Featured Maps and Charts
World-physical and political
Ancient Middle East
Modern Middle East
Kingdoms and Empires of the Ancient World