Pick your country and view maps including historical and political versions of some of your favourite places.
Take a trip through Africa. You can explore 43 countries within 8 regions and learn about their geography, language, traditions, culture and more!
This Zoom School site offers a basic introduction to Canada -- it's explorers, animals, flags and more.
This United Nations online database has many physically vibrant maps including city layouts and political, physical and theme maps. Features such as zoom-in and find, enhance details and usefulness.
National Geographic World
A kids' discovery magazine.
National Geographic Mapping
Many of the maps required for school assignments can be found here in a printer-friendly format. There is also an interactive learning museum to guide you through many expeditions undertaken by National Geographic Society.
Nova Scotia Playground
Need to know more about Nova Scotia? Check out this government website designed for kids who want to know more about where they live. This is a great spot for homework assignments about our province too!
Stamp on Black History
The U.S. Postal Service has issued stamps depicting black men and women who have contributed to America's history and have made a difference. Learn about the people who have been selected to have their portraits on a US postage stamp.
Symbols of Canada
Check out this Heritage Canada site to find out about our national symbols and emblems, as well as the music of Canada.
Teachers' and Youth Web Corner - a Fun Path to Learning!
Come in and play games that will help you learn your school subjects in a fun way!
The Natural Wonders of the World
Visit some of the most amazing natural phenomena around the world. From Ayers Rock in Australia to the Northern Lights, you will be dazzled.
World Flag Database
Contains "over 260 pages on countries and international organizations. Each page contains basic information on the country, including its formal name, capital city, area, population, currency, languages, and religions. The flags include the national and state flags, ensigns, and sub-national flags."