This company Replogle makes novelty moon globes for an amazingly looooow price. You can get one here.
I was given one as a gift and realized that there was a pretty good coordinate system printed on it, along with the locations of the Apollo mission and lots of visible landmarks.
This screamed “teaching tool” to me so I expanded on the coordinate system and made a sort of landmark treasure hunt activity where students would use coordinates to find landmarks or find landmarks and give the coordinates. They would also develop a scale and convert into miles thereby allowing them to calculate distances and diameters of objects using string on a spherical object. Yes, I am including the lesson in this, you’re welcome!
Download the activity doc here: Using-the-Moon-Globe