Websites related to Geography in general (i.e., not dedicated to single, specific regions of the world):
- Adventure On Line
- Ask ERIC Lesson Plans
- Discovery Adventure activities and links from Smithsonian
- EdHelper.com: Missouri theme unit
- Federal government’s geography website: The government has similar Websites for other social science disciplines.
- Geography Computing Facility, University of California at Berkeley: Presents geographic images of the surface of the earth to download
- Internet Public Library: Learn about cultures from around the world using this website for elementary students
- Maps from National Geographic
- National Council for Geographic Education -- National Geography Standards
- National Geographic web page for teachers
- National Assessment of Educational Progress: Released geography items may be found
- National Geographic website for kids
- National Project for Excellence in Environmental Education (NPEEE) and the Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP), which includes the full text of the Guidelines for Excellence in EE together with guidelines for and reviews of EE materials
- Nebraska Earth Science Education Network: Pertaining to mapping activities for elementary through high school grades.
- North Central Education Regional Library: A lesson on how to determine where to locate a business
- Peace Corps Kids World
- U.S. Community Atlas: ESRI's U.S. Community Atlas is a project in which teachers and students across the country define the nature of "their community" and post descriptions and maps about it. These presentations are combined on the Web server and can be searched by characteristic and explored for similarities and differences. U.S. Geological Survey: Offers printable lesson plans and handouts that teach students how to read road and topographic maps and interpret the legends and measurements.