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
Spotlight On Rainforests Interactive
Read the Britannica article to learn about the different types of rainforests that exist, where these can be found, the structure of a rainforest and of course, the many different species of plants and
animals that live there. The article also covers the importance of tropical rainforests and how the destruction of rainforests affects the world’s environment. Under More Resources, we have provided you with two short interesting videos
to view and there is lots to do in the Activity Centre as well.
Different Regions Of India Video
The landscapes of India are varied and so are the lives of the country’s people. In Rajasthan, in the north, the buildings and traditional crafts attract tourists. One child's father makes shoes and another organises tours for visitors to the region. In Kerala, in southern India, spice farming provides employment for some families.
3D Map Making Video
Presenter Kirsten O'Brien shows how to record the physical features of an area on to a 2D map using painting and sketching. She then uses this to create 3D images of memorable places and landmarks. This is a simple technique for a range of abilities and ages in field work.
Threats To The Rainforest Video
he Amazon rainforest in Brazil is the largest rainforest in the world and is home to a complex ecosystem of plants and animals. Big businesses and farming are changing the nature of the environment at the expense of the rainforest and the local populations. The sheer size of the rainforest means that what is happening in Amazonia has an effect upon the rest of the world.
European Union Countries Interactive
Click on a country on this interactive map, can you find the 28 member countries?
Rivers Word Drop Interactive
Try to arrange the letters into the correct order to spell the word before they reach the bottom.