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 Using ScribbleMaps

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Level 2 Tool

No data is shared:

Access to this tool does not require any user to share information about themselves






This information last checked: 10/21/2016




Getting Started 


ScribbleMaps is a simple online mapping tool which allows students to annotate the map using text, flags, shapes and even scribble.  Using a unique code method, maps can be saved for presentation and editing later.  Students should not create an account in ScribbleMaps.


ScibbleMaps Example


A sample ScribbleMap


Learning How 


Download a simple users guide for Scribble Maps


A very simple tutorial of Scribble Maps

Find more on their Youtube channel

Ideas for Use


  • plot places from a novel, journal story
  • mark famous landmarks in your own country, the country you are studying or world
  • plot a famous journey (Livingston, Shackleton, Hillary, Captain Cook)
  • retell the adventures of an explorer, famous person
  • retell your own family's migration story
  • make up your own incredible journey and plot the places visited and write/illustrate what you found there
  • improve students Geography by concentrating on a country at a time and find something indigenous to that country
  • replace your old, out-of-date pull down classroom map!




Provide multiple means of

Representation (Content)

Locate settings from text or historical landmarks.   

Provide multiple means of

Action and Expression (Product)

    Plot the journey of a character, summarizing the character's actions at each location.  

Provide multiple means of

Engagement (Process)




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