With Layers of Learning geography you explore people, countries, languages, cultures, land forms, landmarks, and demographics all over the earth . . . in short, everything about the world as it is today.  You research, question, create, and discover with hands-on activities from games to recipes to crafts and more.  Try some now.

US state maps presentation

U.S. State Maps

Get maps of each of the fifty states in the United States, learn how to create different kinds of maps, then grab more free printables. You’ll find a free statehood notebooking page, state Scattergories game, and U.S.A. BINGO.

Around The World Feast

Host an Around the World feast as you learn about places in the world. Tasting foods from around the globe is one of our favorite geography lessons!

Topographic Maps

This mapping lesson is 100% hands-on as you build your own 3-D model to understand more fully how topographic maps work.

Illustrated Fact Sheets

Write an illustrated fact sheet about Turkey along with us, or use the same concept to create an illustrated fact sheet about anything you’re learning about right now.

Readers’ Theater: A Chinese Tale of Seven Brothers

This tale turned reader’s theater script takes you into China. Keeping stories alive is so critical to a people and a culture. Especially in light of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, we must all recognize the value of preserving cultural stories.

Country Fact Sheet

Country Fact Sheet

Use this country fact sheet for any country you’re learning about. Explore the country and fill in the fact sheet with all sorts of fascinating facts from around the world.

Printable Map of Japan

Can you use an atlas to find all of these places and add them to this printable map of Japan? Mapping to learn is one of the most effective ways to familiarize yourself with the world.

Korean Peninsula

Learn all about the differences between North and South Korea and explore these two countries that share one peninsula. Craft some traditional Korean paper fans too.

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