If you do not subscribe to http://www.eschoolnews.com, then take a look at this resource for geospatial learning. Google Earth has catapulted our interest in "where is", distances and mapping. In addition, many families have GIS systems in their car, and devices for geocaching activities. Except for the devices, use of GoogleEarth is free and the activity of geocaching can be free.

This site from eschoolnews.com offers ideas for integrating geospatial technologies in your classroom. It is not just for geography and science teachers. There are lesson ideas for math, following directions, reading for learning, service projects, and helping our students be 21st century learners.

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