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
Effect Of Weather On Rocks Video
Rocks on the surface of the Earth can be worn away by the weather into interesting shapes. Rocks can be soft or hard. Soft rock is more likely to be worn away by the weather over long periods of time. Some rock shapes are formed over millions of years.
Beach Formation Video
An explanation of the process of beach formation, from rocks into sand. When the sea erodes the cliffs, large rocks fall away and into the sea. These rocks are tossed about by the action of the sea and they are eroded into smaller and smaller pebbles. The pebbles are eventually ground down into the tiny gains of sand that form a beach.
Antarctica Wilderness Download
Antarctica is the coldest continent - Russia's Vostok Station recorded the world's coldest temperature of -89°C in 1983. It is also the driest continent with an average annual snowfall of 125mm. It has no permanent inhabitants and it is the most isolated continent. It is of immense value to scientists for the study of climate change as it has an important effect on the world's climate and ocean systems.
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.
7 Wonders Of The World Download
A lovely set of A4 posters giving key information about the 7 natural wonders of the world: Aurora Borealis, Grand Canyon, Paricutin Volcano, Victoria Falls, Great Barrier Reef, Mount Everest and the Harbour of Rio de Janeiro.
Climate Zones Video
The weather changes in different parts of the world. Where there are similar weather patterns this is known as a climate. At the top of the Earth there is an arctic climate and some of the coldest temperatures in the world are found here.