The newest version of Google Earth is a WEB version. It is much easier to use than the former "Google Earth Pro," which needed to be installed on computers. "Google Earth WEB" plays in browsers and works on computers, Chromebooks, and mobile devices. There is no need to install any software. The browser version has a magazine-like appearance with 20,000 pre-made tours and a wide variety of places to visit in breathtaking realism. Users search for a place, "fly" to it, and zoom down to street level.

In addition, users can create their own tours/projects. Search for a place, drop a pin on the map, and add text, images, hyperlinks, videos, questions for students, directions, and more. "Google Earth WEB is easy and fun to use. Students can use it too for project-based learning, summarizing what they've learned in units of studying, teaching their peers, and more.


Link To Open

Create Or Open A Project

Search For Places

Choose Amount Of Map Info

Add Placemarkers

Sample Placemarker

Adding Line, Paths, and Shapes

Turn Notifications On/Off

Google Earth Projects

Using Street View

Click To Open

Practice Using Images For Tours

Google Earth Handout - "New" Version

Google Earth - "New" Version Ideas For Using

Using Voyager With Students - Outline A Lesson 

Teacher's Planning Form

Form For Students' Answers

See A Sample Google Earth Lesson Done By Carol LaRow
Note: This link will take you off this site to another site Carol has created that hosts teachers' lessons and students' projects done using Google Earth & Maps.

HTML Code For Google Earth PRO Placemarkers

Download KML and KMZ Files Directly