Maps

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The Arizona Geographic Alliance and ASU’s School of Geographical Sciences have collaborated to produce the outline maps and thematic maps available here. They are a product of communication between teachers and ASU student cartographers, guided by Alliance coordinators Gale Ekiss and Ron Dorn and cartographers Barbara Trapido-Lurie and Becky Eden. The National Geographic Society, Arizona Department of Education and National Council for Geographic Education have provided invaluable support.

The maps are provided to teachers for their classroom use without any copyright restrictions. If you are seeking to republish these maps, please contact barbara.trapido-lurie@asu.edu.


Maps of the world: (Click to open or close)

The World (centered on the Atlantic Ocean)
The World (centered on the Pacific Ocean)
The Western Hemisphere
The Eastern Hemisphere
The Northern Hemisphere
The Southern Hemisphere
Standard Time Zones of the World
The World’s 23 Most Populous Countries
The World’s Major Mountain Ranges
Tropical Storms
Rainforests of the World

Maps of the continents: (Click to open or close)

Africa
African Regions
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
Europe
Capital Cities of Central and Eastern Europe
North America
South America
South America's Capital Cities and Countries

Maps of regions: (Click to open or close)

Latin America
Middle America
The European Union
The European Union (countries labeled)
The Former Soviet Union (countries labeled)
The Mediterranean
Greek Diaspora
Central Asia
South Central Asia
Southeast Asia
Southwest Asia/ North Africa
Southwest Asia/ North Africa (countries labeled)
The Pacific Rim
Oceania Culture Regions (island groups labeled)

Maps of countries: (Click to open or close)

China (with surrounding countries and major rivers)*
China, with its provinces*
China’s provinces (labeled)*
The United Kingdom (with surrounding countries and major rivers)*
The United Kingdom with its divisions*
The United Kingdom’s divisions (labeled)*
Indonesia (with surrounding countries and major rivers)*
Indonesia with its provinces*
Indonesia’s provinces (labeled)*
Japan (with surrounding countries)
Japan’s provinces, with latitude-longitude grid

Maps of the United States and its neighbors: (Click to open or close)

The United States
The United States (states labeled)
The United States (color, states labeled) NEW!
Giant United States Map (to be assembled) NEW!
The United States with State Abbreviations
The United States with State Capitals
The United States with State Capitals (labeled)
The United States (half page)
Regions of the United States
Regions of the United States (labeled)
The United States - US Bingo
Map for U.S. Capitals Location Lesson
Transportation and Industry in the US in 1860
The Oregon Trail

US Neighbors

The Physical Environment


Maps of the Southwest United States: (Click to open or close)

The Southwestern United States
The Southwest’s Topography and Rivers
The Southwest’s Topography and Rivers (labeled) NEW!
The Southwest’s Topography and Rivers (color) NEW!
The Colorado and Gila Rivers in the Southwest U.S.
The Sonoran Desert
Prehistoric Cultures of the Southwest
Historical development of Utah and New Mexico Boundaries (black-and-white)
Historical development of Utah and New Mexico Boundaries (color) NEW!
Gadsden Purchase of 1853
The Southwest’s Indian Reservations

Maps of Arizona: (Click to open or close)

Outline maps

Arizona
Arizona and its Neighbors
Arizona and its Neighbors (labeled)

Find more Arizona outline maps under "Maps for students in Grades 1 through 4"

The Human Environment

The Physical Environment


Maps for students in Grades 1 through 4: (Click to open or close)

World Maps

Arizona Maps

United States Maps

The United States (color, states labeled) NEW!
Giant United States Map (to be assembled) NEW!

Human and Physical Feature Maps

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4

Other Maps


Maps with Historical Themes: (Click to open or close)

The Eastern Hemisphere

The United States

World Wars I and II NEW!


* These maps are samples from a set made for the National Council of Geographic Education. The complete set includes maps of the 23 most populous countries of the world. To purchase the complete map set, contact NCGE, ncge@ncge.org.