Princess Cruises released a video about our journey and our first day on the ship. Take a look by reading the story.
If you like looking at pictures from space, this quiz is for you. The quiz displays a picture from space and provides three possible options as to its location.
Our newest quiz is courtesy of TravelPod.com. There are several challenges here, ranging from the world to individual continents.
November 14 – 18 is International Education Week. Learn more about this event and try three Global ID quizzes that will test your knowledge of the world.
Our latest geography quiz will test your knowledge of water. How well can you place the oceans, seas, lakes, bays and gulfs of the world?
This is a challenging game! A series of ten questions will test which of four options is the furthest north, south, east or west.
This newest quiz poses ten world geography multiple choice questions to test physical and human geography. Looking for a U.S. version? There are also quizzes to test knowledge of the 50 states and capitals.
The newest game focuses on the continents of the world and invites you to assemble each one, using six puzzle pieces.
This latest game allows you to test your skill for either the United States or a worldwide continent / region. Once an area is chosen, multiple choice questions can be answered in one of six areas. The difficulty level of the questions can also be set.
As we discuss our journey with educators, we have been encouraged by the many ideas on how our materials can be used in the classroom. Below you will find just some of these FUN! activity ideas.
Trekking the Planet plans to leverage technology during our journey by not only providing classrooms with pictures, audio and video from the road, but by leveraging the iPad to interact with our educational modules directly on that device.
Our newest geography game link comes from KidsGeo.com. In this game, you can test your skill in placing 21 random countries in the correct place on a world map as fast as possible.