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 Volcanoes Interactive
The Britannica article on volcanoes covers many aspects including where these can be found, history, eruptions, landforms and much more. Watch a video of a volcano erupting. Have fun and enhance learning and understanding with the quiz, crossword
and word search puzzle.
Travel To The Outer Hebrides Video
Tess takes a ferry to visit the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides. It goes from Uig to the main village on the island, Tarbert. Whilst on board, she asks the captain what Harris is like.
Map Snap Interactive
Map activity covering: Europe, U.S.A., Canada, Australia, Asia, Africa, South America and Central America. Drag and drop the puzzle pieces into place on the map. When you have them in the right spot, they will click in. If you are just learning, there is a practice mode that has outlines on the puzzle background.
Introduction To The Water Cycle Video
An explanation of the first process in the water cycle, rain and the water table, during a visit to the Peak District. The reporter investigates how rainwater falling in the Peak District ends up in our taps. The reporter digs into the Peak and shows the saturated peat. Digital animation displays the groundwater. The reporter explains why the level of the water table moves up and down.
Maps Banners Printable
If your children are learning about maps and atlases, you can use our free banners on your classroom display boards.
Seas Of Europe Interactive
Can you locate the seas of Europe on this interactive map?