The Seven Wonders of the World

by Lauryn Nakashima & Sabrina Pangelinan

This can be used as a geography lesson to introduce students to the different wonders of the world. As a class, they can compare and contrast similarities and differences between the different landmarks.

Start by clicking an icon on the map to view the different wonders where you can find pictures/videos, read brief descriptions, and visit links to learn more about them.

6 Replies to “The Seven Wonders of the World”

  1. This is a really nifty and simple way to show off where things are in the world. By giving the basic information on the map (location and a photo) it gives students the opportunity to learn and explore more.

  2. I have never heard of the seven wonders, so I really like this project because it teaches me about them! Now I want to travel and see them all.

  3. I love the idea of this project. I think it’s really exciting for kids to learn about the Seven Wonders of the World through this map! I love your icons, I also love how you can click on it and see a picture and a brief picture of the place! Great idea!

  4. I love the Seven Wonders of the World. I think every student should know what they are and where they are. This is a great way to do this!!

  5. This is really cool and informative. These are the new wonders of the world, you could then split the class into 7 groups and have them each research one of the ancient wonders of the world and present on them.

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