Nova Scotia Map Competition

Andraž Umek , Slovenia

The whole world is on the same boat

Creative Art/Map Competition 

for Nova Scotian Students


Presented by: Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia


Maria Piatkowska, Poland

Europe is my home


Students are invited to produce a creative map that focus on the theme of

The Maritimes: a Region of Fascinating Weather

The Creative Art/Map Competition for Nova Scotian Students is meant to to promote student’s creative representation of their province, to enhance their cartographic awareness, and to make them more conscious of Nova Scotia’s Maritime Environment. And have some fun while doing it!

    Nova Scotian teachers/students may submit maps, on the theme “Nova Scotia - A Region of Fascinating Weather”.

    Categories of competition: 
    1. Primary – Grade 2 - Creative Maps
    2. Grade 3 – Grade 5 - Creative Maps
    3. Grade 6 – Grade 8 - Creative Maps 



    Rules & Guidelines for contest can be downloaded here ...


    Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place entries in all categories


    Deadline for submission: December 16, 2016


    Maps shown at the top of this page are two of the award winning maps from the Barbara Petchenik Map Competition sponsored by the International Cartographic Association.

    More samples of the creative maps submitted by children for the Barbara Petchenik map competition: http://icaci.org/petchenik/






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