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Draw arrows as to where what continent is each country  in (continent and country identification)

Draw arrows as to where what continent is each country in (continent and country identification)

Worksheet with several countries listed, the task is to draw arrows from each country as to what continent they are on, atlases can be very useful and help develop map reading/ atlas skills. Extension to the task is to work out whether if you were visiting the country if you were to drive/take a plane/ or a boat there, getting the children to think about travel, would you drive to Australia for example? This worksheet can be used as a base and edited as to how you like. I used this after the easter holidays are the countries listed were places the class teddies had visited over the holidays.

By mulroym

Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Geography KS3 Programme of Study (Full SoW and Resources)

Every resource needed for a KS3 Programme of Study! This bundle includes over 200 lessons!! Everything is fully planned and resourced and ready to use! I have spent a lot of time planning these lessons and welcome feedback. No need for textbooks! Enjoy!

By dunnsean

Countries of the World: Egypt

Countries of the World: Egypt

This resource consists of four images each for the following: fauna, flora, landscape, architecture and culture of Egypt. The labels are laid out across the top and the cards are sorted. For extra discussion, the control booklet includes a short text on every image. Print on cardstock, cut on black lines, fold on grey ones and laminate. If you want to include the cursive label (D'Nealian), just fold in the middle so it's back to back. These cards can be used as flashcards or matching cards for more individually paced learning. For younger children, print two sets of the pictures and leave the labels attached on one - the children can then use those as control cards to match the loose labels. For early readers, match labels to pictures and use control booklet to check and discuss work. For older children, match labels and text to pictures. Use the blackline master printable to make own booklets. Disclaimer: I do not own any of the pictures. List of sources included in file. If you notice any copyright infringement, please contact me so I can rectify it.

By lcallard21

Fact File: Modern Egypt

Fact File: Modern Egypt

These 3-Part Cards introduce Modern Egypt, focusing on political geographical aspects, such as size, population and language. Print on cardstock, cut on black lines, fold on grey ones and laminate. If you want to include the cursive label (D'Nealian), just fold in the middle so it's back to back. These cards can be used as flashcards or matching cards for more individually paced learning. For younger children, print two sets of the pictures and leave the labels attached on one - the children can then use those as control cards to match the loose labels. For early readers, match labels to pictures and use control booklet to check and discuss work. For older children, match labels and text to pictures. Trace and label to make own booklets.

By lcallard21

KS1 Geography unit - Comparison to Kisumu, Kenya

KS1 Geography unit - Comparison to Kisumu, Kenya

This a Geography and PSHE unit of work for best use with KS1 children (but could be adapted for Year 3) and includes interactive, fun ideas for activities. Using the charity 'Phoebe's Family' children will learn about the location of Kisumu, Kenya and compare it to the area they live in. The plan and PowerPoints, including photographs, can be used to deliver the topic. The charity is willing to be contacted by anyone who uses this unit of work to support them with their learning. All money made from this will be donated to Phoebe's Family. Thank you!

By RSut2017