Quick searches of Atlapedia will pull up ample information on your country of choice, from local currency to modern history. The World Maps section provides both physical and political maps in nice detail.
Interactive geography projects on the Internet and resource materials for teachers.
Helping Your Child Learn Geography
A wonderful resource of teacher and student geography links.
by the US. Department of Education
How Far Is It?
Lets you calculate the distance between two cities using latitude and longitude.
The Lonely Planet: Destinations
Choose a region of the world from this page's map or text menu, and an enlarged view will appear. Then choosing your country of interest opens a page full of information, much of which is geared to be of interest to travelers.
Physical and political maps of all kinds by National Geographic.
Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection
A must-see site for all cartography enthusiasts.
Provides its listeners with a two-minute sound portrait of
Earth, tracking the rhythms of nature and culture worldwide and blending
interviews and extraordinary natural sound.
United States of America
Do you know how many people live in the United States of America?
Find out the current population estimated by the US Census Bureau.
What is the town with the longest name in Britain?
The town is called: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychw-
Also, visit AboutSchool.com's Protect the Environment section to learn why
it's important to take care of our planet.
International Web sites
Look at educational sites from around the world!