Links to free to use Geography resources, covering KS1 and KS2, Elementary grades 1-6, ages 5-11, saving teachers and parents time.
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Community Transport Video
Presenters Richard Hammond and Chris Packham discuss reliance on cars in rural areas. One alternative is community transport such as minibuses or shared scooters.
Season Scenes Interactive
Create a scene for each season by clicking on the magnifiers you can "zoom" into the season and create a scene by clicking the objects on the side.
Predator Protector Interactive
Swim with sharks and experience the threats they face, striving to keep the ocean in balance by staying alive.
Guyana's Rivers Video
In the sixteenth century, explorer Sir Walter Raleigh became the first Englishman to visit Guyana in South America. He came in search of the legendary El Dorado. With over eighty per cent of the land covered in rainforest the fastest way of getting around is often by river. Raleigh made use of Guyana's local tribespeople to guide him through the country's complex river network.
Mussel Gathering In The Arctic Video
Wakeham Bay lies in Canada on the coast of the Arctic Sea. It is so cold here the sea freezes over in the winter. It is impossible to grow anything in such an icy environment, but the Inuit people are experts at sourcing food that is rich in minerals and vitamins – mussels.
Weather Conditions In Scotland Video
Dumfries and Galloway in the west of Scotland receives much more rainfall than the Scottish Borders in the east. Weather conditions in Scotland are mostly brought by winds blowing in from the Atlantic to the west. These winds carry water vapour. When the winds blow over mountains, the vapour turns to rain.