'Central Americas (Feb 1960)' photo (c) 2012, davecito - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Here’s another list in my continuing series for my Geography class (you can see them all at The Best Geography Sites For Beginning & Intermediate English Language Learners).

I’ll start off with related “The Best…” lists I’ve already posted:

The Best Sites For Learning & Teaching About The Day Of The Virgin Of Guadalupe

The Best Resources For Learning About Mexico’s Independence Day

The Best Sites To Learn About Mexico’s Drug War

The Best Resources For Learning About The Maya

The Best Resources For Learning About Machu Picchu

The Best Sites For Teaching & Learning About Cinco de Mayo

Here are other sites (Feel free to suggest others):

South and Central America Level One

South & Central American Geography

Mexico Geography Two

All About Rain Forests

Amazon Interactive

Amazon ‘is disappearing faster’

History Channel Mexico

Zoom Mexico

Zoom Brazil


Mexico Points the Camera at Itself is a nice collection of photos from The New York Times.





Borderland is an interactive from NPR about the Mexico/United States border.


The Underdogs: Living History

Journey through the Americas is from Google.