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The world is constantly changing and current events from places around the globe reach us every day. Students need to know the basic skills of geography and map use to be well informed. Our programs are designed to spark an interest in learning by allowing students to follow a sport that they enjoy.


Below are some events that may interest teachers and students. They are a great starting point for further reading and research projects.



  • THE NEXT OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea in February of 2018.
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  • THE NEXT OLYMPIC SUMMER GAMES will be held in Tokyo, Japan in 2020.
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  • The next FIFA MEN'S WORLD CUP will be played in Russia in 2018 (June 14 to July 15).
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  • THE FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP will be held in France in 2019.
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  • The NCAA website is a great place to get updated information about college sports.
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  • Looking for a great way to explain latitude and longitude to your students?
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  • Look up the exact location of millions of places at
  • Visit for great videos on a variety of topics including History and American Civics.
  • Visit for great classroom resources including outline maps.
  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC BEE finals are held each year in late May. Principals of schools with students in grades four through eight must register their schools before the October 15 deadline in order to participate. Materials for the school Bees are mailed to registered schools in November. For more information about the Bee, visit:
  • GEOGRAPHY AWARENESS WEEK is always the third week in November.
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  • EARTH DAY is April 22nd of each year. Throughout the World, Earth Day events are often scheduled for the weekends before or after April 22nd. The Earth Day Network provides teachers with resources, guides and fact sheets that are geared to nurture ecological citizenship and leadership in your classroom. For more information, contact