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
Sir Walter Raleigh's Ocean Journey Video
In 1595, Elizabethan explorer Sir Walter Raleigh set sail for South America, hoping to discover El Dorado, the legendary city of gold. The epic voyage took nearly two months. Now the Serious Explorers, a team of children from the UK, are following in the footsteps of Sir Walter Raleigh to find out about the challenges he faced, and the amazing landscapes he discovered.
Coastlines - Erosion Video
Over time, waves erode a notch at the base of a cliff in a process called undercutting. When this notch becomes too heavy it will break off and crash into the sea. Different parts of the rock face are eroded at high and low tide. If high winds meet a high tide, the erosion will be greater. Different coastal features such as caves, arches and stacks are all formed by erosion.
Water Cycle Interactive
Watch the water cycle in action and add your own labels.
A collection of 3 videos from the BBC covering a visit by Barnaby Bear to Mexico.
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.
Google Earth Education Interactive
The Google Earth for Educators Community provides all of the tips and tricks for using Google Earth as a teaching tool. On this site, you can view lesson plans for a variety of year levels and subjects, discuss Google Earth teaching tactics with fellow educators, see student-created work and read how other teachers are using Google Earth in the classroom.