Links to free to use Geography resources, covering KS1 and KS2, Elementary grades 1-6, ages 5-11, saving teachers and parents time.
Here are 6 random links from this subject
Predator Protector Interactive
Swim with sharks and experience the threats they face, striving to keep the ocean in balance by staying alive.
Rivers And The Water Cycle Video
A short demonstration of the water cycle and the journey of a river. Includes an explanation of how water is stored in dams, and a look at the processes involved in treating water so it is safe to drink.
US Map Game Interactive
This drag and drop game tests knowledge of the location, shape and size of various states within the USA. Instant feedback is given along with a score of the time taken.
Introduction To The Water Cycle Video
An explanation of the first process in the water cycle, rain and the water table, during a visit to the Peak District. The reporter investigates how rainwater falling in the Peak District ends up in our taps. The reporter digs into the Peak and shows the saturated peat. Digital animation displays the groundwater. The reporter explains why the level of the water table moves up and down.
River Clyde From Source To Sea Video
The location of the River Clyde is shown on a map of the Central Lowlands of Scotland. The river is followed from its source to the sea. The Clyde is about 170km in length and drops 600m on its journey to the sea.
Introduction To India Video
Visuals of a globe and map help establish the location, regions and key geographical features of India. These include the cool mountain region in the north, the hot dry central plains and the hot humid tropical south. Population figures, the number of languages spoken and the main religious groups are detailed. The three seasons are described and the monsoon season with the risk of flooding is illustrated.