Geosize your World in 2016

I love maps. Sometimes, I wish I still had my own classroom so I could continue to use maps. Instead, I live vicariously through current classroom teachers.

Create your own electronic portfolios with maps. Create interactive maps to correlate to literature. Create shapes within maps. The uses are limitless.

Recently, I discovered MapMe. It uses Google Maps as its base, but is a free and friendly alternative to creating interactive maps.

Check it out and and other cool Geo tools on Geosize Your World. And, find more Googlicious resources on fennovation.org.

Enjoy!

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