Download a blank Georgia map for the classroom. The printable PDF for teachers is perfect for student research projects and map skills lessons.
Blank Georgia Map for the Classroom
Explore the Peach State with a printable map created just for the classroom! With an outline of Georgia’s state borders, the map has been left blank, so you can adapt it to your lessons or hand it out to students for a labeling quiz or challenge, or even to use on their state research project.
There’s plenty to learn about this Southern US state from its place in history — it was one of the original 13 colonies of the United States — to modern times (it’s home to the busiest airport in the entire world, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport!).
Georgia Cities List for Kids
If you’re talking about the biggest cities in Georgia, it helps to have a list at hand. Here are a few cities you might have your students label on their new map!
Fun Facts About the State of Georgia for Kids
Do you need a few fun Georgia facts to get your class excited about the fourth US State to join the union? Try this list!
- Civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born in the state capital, Atlanta, Georgia.
- Atlanta is also the birthplace of Coca-Cola, one of the world’s most famous soft drinks.
- The city of Dahlonega in Georgia was the site of the first major gold rush in the United States in 1828.
- Tallulah Gorge in Georgia is one of the deepest canyons in the eastern US.
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