The World Factbook
Basic maps, geographical information, political information, and much more...from the Central Intelligence Agency. One of the best resources, and more interesting than can be described!
Statistics, trivia, quizzes and lots more.
National Geographic Little Kids Ages 3 to 6
National Geographic Kids Ages 6 to 14
National Geographic Education
Some of the best, most visually stimulating sites out there. These sites are perfect not just for study or research, but for turning a kid loose on when you aren't having a traditional school day. Simply wonderful! The educator's site has outline maps, geography bowl questions, family activities, etc. Geobee is a daily quiz site. Train the next homeschooled National Geography Bowl winner!
Compare your country with another...how much area? How many TV sets? Main languages?
Earth Cam for Kids
Check out animals, streets, parks, zoos, space...all live and direct.
Lonely Planet WorldGuide
Plan your next vacation - real or imaginary.
Rader's Geography for Kids
More in-depth physical geography. Covers Earth's structure, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere (for a start). Easy to follow, child-friendly and very informative.
An online world atlas packed with geographic, economic, political, historical and cultural information, as well as currency converters, climate information, and more.
Where is THAT?
An online interactive game with several levels.
A Thinkquest interactive series of games. Fun, challenging, and useful.