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
Effect Of Weather On Rocks Video
Rocks on the surface of the Earth can be worn away by the weather into interesting shapes. Rocks can be soft or hard. Soft rock is more likely to be worn away by the weather over long periods of time. Some rock shapes are formed over millions of years.
Beach Formation Video
An explanation of the process of beach formation, from rocks into sand. When the sea erodes the cliffs, large rocks fall away and into the sea. These rocks are tossed about by the action of the sea and they are eroded into smaller and smaller pebbles. The pebbles are eventually ground down into the tiny gains of sand that form a beach.
A Visit To Dublin Video
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and is located by the sea. The River Liffey flows through the centre of Dublin. Barnaby Bear visits Dublin and discovers that there are lots of people and shops. There is so much to do and see, that Barnaby decides he needs the help of a Tourist Information Centre.
Deep Sea Ecosystems Lesson Plan
Students discuss how they and other organisms adapt to survive in different environments. They discover the characteristics of deep sea extremophiles that help those organisms survive in several deep sea ecosystems.
Weather Symbols Lesson Plan
Within these activities pupils will learn interactively to: identify different kinds of weather, describe the weather, identify different weather symbols, plus lots more.
River Forth From Source To Sea Video
The River Forth flows from its source about 30km west of Stirling in Scotland, and continues past Edinburgh to the sea. Stirling Castle is situated at a strategic crossing point. The river is shown on a map of the Central Lowlands of Scotland and its tributaries are explained.