GeoBee Student Winner Videos
We asked the state winners to send us videos of themselves so that we could get to know the students who will be competing at the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C. Learn more about the states they are from, like the best places to get pizza, and their favorite sports teams! You also can watch the top ten students compete for scholarships totaling $50,000 on the National Geographic Channel on Thursday, May 23, at 7 p.m. The finals will be broadcast again later on public television stations. (Check local listings.)
Google Earth Presents
A look into why geography is important to understand as students around the country prepare for the 2014 National Geographic Bee.
For Teachers and Parents
On March 30, 2012 about 100 fourth to eighth graders in each of the 50 states faced off during the National Geographic state level bees.
Principals of schools in the U.S. with any of the grades four through eight are eligible to register their schools to receive contest materials for a school-level Bee.
Wondering how to register for the Bee or how to prepare? Our "Frequently Asked Questions" have the answers!
What's the best way for students to prepare for the Bee? Here are some tips from the National Geographic Bee.
More Travel Quizzes
Teachers can use these activities in the classroom to prepare students for the bee!
Simply memorizing terms and place locations can be tedious and even boring. One solution is to make the task fun with an atlas-based scavenger game.
The movement of people, goods, or ideas from one place to another is a process known as diffusion, which plays an important role in shaping the characteristics of where we live.
Springtime brings the possibility of extreme weather, including violent thunderstorms and tornadoes.