What better way to teach young people the power of maps and the limitless depth of geography than a half court-sized map of a continent or a classroom-sized state map on which they can explore, travel around, collaborate and have lots of fun?
Project EarthView offers seven giant Floor Maps to choose from! Information about each map is below.
Africa’s deep rainforests, endless savanna and tremendous Sahara are a geographical field trip for your students, who will explore spectacular animals, human settlements and iconic images on this visually stunning map of the continent. The brightly colored map clearly illustrates oceans, seas, rivers, mountains, countries and capitals.
Map Dimensions: 23' x 30'
Brave the tundra, travel the desert, and visit the highest and lowest known elevations on Earth. From Siberia to Saudi Arabia and from the Caucasus to Cambodia, Asia encompasses a diverse landscape, extremes in climate, and is home to over 60 percent of the world’s population!
Map Dimensions: 32' x 37'
History, culture and geography collide in Europe. From the Scottish highlands to the Greek Isles, students will learn country locations, names, capital cities and physical features.
Map Dimensions: 30' x 30'
The rich tapestry of North America, from the Canadian north to Panama, awaits your students’ inquiring minds and fast feet.
Map Dimensions: 20' x 26'
The Pacific Ocean map introduces students to the planet’s largest ocean, which covers over one third of Earth’s surface. Dive deep and visit the Ring of Fire to explore geology and earth science.
Map Dimensions: 26' x 20'
Imagine your students scaling the high peaks of the Andes, searching for the ancient city of Machu Picchu, and following the Amazon River from its alpine headwaters thousands of miles through the Brazilian rain forest all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.
Map Dimensions: 20' x 26'
Tour the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with your students using our Massachusetts state map. From the beautiful western Berkshires to the rugged and varied coast of eastern towns, visit and discuss the geography of our state with local and familiar features, and learn something new about our home state.
Map Dimensions: 21' x 15'
Reserve EarthView Floor Maps
Currently, we are not scheduling either EarthView or floor map school visits.
If you have participated in Teacher Training through the EarthView Institute, and are a trained facilitator of EarthView programs, please firstname.lastname@example.org to request a floor map. If you have completed this training, and are borrowing the globe or floor maps, please complete and submit the EarthView Agreement Form.