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Quick Link To Google Maps: https://www.google.ca/maps
Google can also be used to create Literature Trips. It is possible, using google maps, to track the journeys of characters from your favorite novels. Students are able to put in placemarks that can include pictures or relevant research. It is also possible to track the distance that characters have traveled in the book. Instruction on how to make a map can be found here. https://support.google.com/mymaps/#topic=3188329
Some examples created in Google Earth (easily adapted for Google Maps) can be found here:
Below is a list of possible chapter books that would work well with Google Maps. Thank you to the EdTechTeam Global Community for their recommendations.
Here is the list of chapter books: https://goo.gl/573ehN