Bring Maps to Life

Atlases and markable activity maps help students build geography skills and visualize history.

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Explore history and where it happened.

Hands-on mapping is an engaging method for teaching social studies concepts.
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All-in-one Approach

Nystrom mapping programs include everything a teacher needs to provide robust social studies instruction, including atlases, markable activity maps, reproducible handouts, detailed teaching instructions, and assessments.
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Put History on the Map

Through the use of atlases, hands-on activities, and markable activity maps, Nystrom mapping programs help students understand historical events through a geographic lens.
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Promote Visual and Textual Literacy

In addition to map-reading skills, Nystrom mapping programs help improve textual literacy. Each mapping program comes with 15 supplemental literacy lessons.
Incorporating hands-on activities with maps can help students ground themselves in a specific location when discussing geography or history. This forms a connection that is tangible, experiential, and therefore memorable.
Dr. Aaron P. Willis
Chief Learning Officer, Social Studies School Service

Nystrom Hands-on Mapping Programs

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MAPPING WORLD HISTORY
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MAPPING UNITED STATES HISTORY
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