Colorado Geographic Alliance

National Geographic's Giant Traveling Map Visits in Colorado

Colorado schools have hosted several different giant maps. To see pictures or media coverage of these map visits, check out the links below.

To view pictures from the 2013 visit at Castle Rock Middle School, click on this link.

In October of 2013, the Colorado Geographic Alliance brought the Giant Map of the Pacific to four schools throughout Colorado:  Queen Palmer Elementary School,  the Cool Science Festival hosted at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Windsor Middle School, and Vail Mountain School.
To view pictures from the Giant Map of the Africa visit at the Cool Science Festival on October 3rd, 2015 at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs , click on this link. The map also visited Hanson Elementary, Lewis Palmer Elementary, Indian Peaks Elementary, and Rose Hill Elementary.

COGA created an online map through ArcGIS online to show the geographic range of visitors to the tour of the Giant Map of the Pacific.  This map shows a yellow point for each school that had a student visit the Cool Science Festival Map, and red dots for the individual schools visited.  Click on the points to see how many students visited from that area!  Additionally, visit the ArcGIS map link to see the geographic range of visitors to the tour of the Giant Map of Africa.  The green dots show the schools the map visited and the orange dots represent where young kids came from to visit the map.


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