Monday, November 8, 2010


Scribblemaps lets you scribble over the top of google maps or google satellite images. This is excellent for teaching students about mapping, following routes or even working out co-ordinates on a map. This could be used in Maths, Geography, History, documenting Field Trips or even Art. This is easy to use and doesn't even require a login if you don't want to.

Combine this tool with Jing (see previous post) to cut and paste screen shots of the maps that you have annotated, or print out a specific routes travelled on a journey to include in assignments. Good simple Web 2 tool that is easy to combine with other tools for students to further enhance understanding.

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