There is an excellent tool added to your Google Drive this week - it is called Google My Maps. It is very similar to the regular Google Maps, but is now integrated into your Drive. It also cooperates nicely with Google Forms as well - you can collect map data and have it plotted for you. Any grade level can easily use this application.
In your Google Drive, press New, then scroll down the list until you see Google My Maps. You can generate custom maps that outline the story line of a novel, or events that took place during World War II...etc. All maps are saved in your Google Drive and can be shared with anyone.
You can integrate data collected in a Google Form (survey) to be seamlessly added to your map. In the simple example below, the survey asked students to enter their favourite vacation spot. The spreadsheet generated from the survey is imported into My Maps and placed automatically on the map. There you can share the map with students and they can add photos to their place marker. The end result is a tour of these places.
Here is a tutorial video outlining the process:
Importing data into Google My Maps: https://youtu.be/