Geography Web Quest
Return to Your History Site
1. Study the maps below of ancient India and China.
2. Go to the links to the Ancient India and China Geography web pages of the British museum and explore the site; follow any additional directions below.
3. When you are finished print out the worksheet for this page and answer the questions. This worksheet will be the third page of your geography portfolio.
When you go to this Website take the “Challenge”. Go North and slightly East as you travel to the festival. When you complete the challenge and attend the feast show Mr. Saccullo and he will initial your worksheet so you can continue to the next page. You cannot continue on without completing the challenge.
When you go to this Website take the “Challenge”. When you complete the challenge show Mr. Saccullo and he will initial your worksheet so you can continue to the next page. You cannot continue on without completing the challenge.
View of the Himalayan Mountains. The Himalayas contain some of the worlds highest impassable mountains including Mount Everest.
The Huang He, or Yellow River is so-called for the color of its silt. The silt nurtured early development of Chinese civilization and is still a vital resource today.
Sea of Japan