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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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.
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.
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?
Global Explorers Interactive
Explore the Globe with Christian Aid. A great site which allows you to visit many parts of the world through the interactive Globe. Find out about people and their lives, make a scrap book and try the quiz to find out what you have learned.
Geography - Glossary Text
This glossary explains geographical terms and supports writing.
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.