The World - Maps and More!
Where in the World, Are You?
Mapping Northern Africa and the Middle East...
Drag the name of the country to it's spot on the map. Challenge Yourself!
CIA - The Central Intelligence Agency Site Kid's Zone
Created for government policymakers and spies, the Central Intelligence Agency World Factbook is an excellent student resource. Everything in it (except the CIA seal) is in the public domain, so you can copy and distribute the information freely. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, each country profile includes a map and a long page of statistics. Other unique features are the gallery of flags, and the full-color continent maps. Check out the Kid's Zone for fun games, secret codes, aerial and photo analysis.
Education Place - Map Outlines
These sixty-six black-and-white printable outline maps (in Acrobat PDF) are royalty-free for classroom and homework usage. There are maps of every continent, and many counties, but the United States has the best coverage with sixteen maps including state capitals (with and without labels), state postal abbreviations, regions and climate.
Ben's Guide to the US Government
Lots of great info on the United States Government - Check out the Games. Can you put all 50 states on the Map?