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 Rivers Interactive
Britannica’s main “river” article not only explains why
rivers are important, it also covers how rivers flow,
defines river systems and discusses the role of rivers
in human life. The Britannica Activity Centre holds some additional educational resources on rivers to keep children amused.
Shape It Up Interactive
Decide what has changed the shape of the landscape, wind, water, volcano or glacier and how long it has taken for the change to happen.
Map Chart Interactive
Create your own free custom World map. Colour each single country or regions like EMEA, APAC or EU. Download it for free and use it for a great visual representation.
Glasgow And The River Clyde Video
The central role of the River Clyde in the development of Glasgow is explored. The city originated at an important crossing point in the river, and developed into a major port. Having direct access to the sea, and therefore to America and other countries, was a major advantage. Glasgow was famous for shipbuilding and exporting engineered goods, such as locomotives. There is a map showing the exact location of Glasgow in the west of the Central Lowlands.
A Village In India Interactive
This application consists of three parts. The photographic annotation section allows for the easy annotation of images of a typical Indian village. Section 2 is a map labelling activity, for whole class & independent work. The third section, home comparison is an open-ended research and writes activity that uses images to compare village homes in India and England.
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.