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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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.
Where We Live Interactive
This resource pack introduces pupils to different types of homes. Pupils look at and explore a variety of homes such as a house, a flat, a caravan and a bungalow, and talk about what sort of home they live in.
A Balloon's Journey Lesson Plan
Pupils follow a balloon as it travels either north to a cold country, or south to a hot country. They track the balloon across a map of the world.
Mediterranean Basin Quiz
Discover the Mediterranean Basin. Play the quiz to test your knowledge and find out more about the animals and plants that live in the Mediterranean Basin.
Welcome To The Farm Interactive
There are lots of different kinds of farms in the UK but they all do one thing: produce our food. There are animals on this farm like cows and sheep, and all sorts of crops are grown here too, such as corn and wheat. Discover with the farmer how it’s all done. A farm vet and a gamekeeper work here as well, so why not find out about their interesting jobs while you’re visiting?
Water Cycle Interactive
Watch the water cycle in action and add your own labels.