CartoCraze Geography Blog

Welcome to our Geography Blog. We'll be discussing many exciting geography topics here, some including mini-lessons for your class. It is our hope to share interesting geography topics with you and we hope you'll follow this blog and share it with others!

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  • Downloadable Files added for AFRICA and WORLD map changes!

     Regarding the recent changes to SUDAN, we have added a FREE downloadable file to our ONLINE MAPPING EXTRAS.  If you need to make changes to your AFRICA, WORLD or DAILY WORLD maps, this information will help you re-draw the boundaries on those maps!

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  • Back to School! -- And SOUTH SUDAN changes the world!

    Many schools are back in session!  Those of you who ordered our AFRICA and WORLD maps will want to make changes to your maps, adding the boundary line for the new country of SOUTH SUDAN.  The capital of SOUTH SUDAN is Juba

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  • LAST CLASS Before Summer from Professor Earthworm

    Hello Students!

    It’s that time of year when School vacation is upon us. Some of you are already on vacation while others are just finishing up the last classes! I hope you had a good school year.  

    One of my favorite places to visit in the summer is Cape Cod....


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  • Professor Earthworm's Geography Course

    Good morning (or good afternoon) Students. Here I am again, Professor Earthworm!

    This week our cartography project is extra fun and interesting! Many of us have heard about the giant tortoises that inhabit the Galapagos Islands. Many of us, as I was, might not be exactly sure where these volcanic islands are located....

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  • More student maps arrive!

    We were so pleased to receive a whole packet of student maps from the Sidney Fenn Elementary School in Medina, Ohio!   Visit to our COMMUNITY PHOTO GALLERY to see the FOUR new additions! 

    All of the maps were great -- super job, kids!   And the BASIC MAP SKILLS map (Oceanside), shown here even had extra details, like streets, drawn in!


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