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Spinning wheel (starter/main/plenary)

Spinning wheel (starter/main/plenary)

This wheel can be used as a starter, main or a plenary. Provided is an interactive spinning wheel, which allows you to assign activities to the corresponding numbers.
joecradd
Exploring Kilauea

Exploring Kilauea

A Storymap with images, maps and videos to help students understand the 2018 Kilauea eruptions. This online resource can be used for front of class teaching or as a revision aid. Storymaps are part of ArcGIS Online and are free for all UK schools. Why not get your pupils to make their own Storymap? To create your own Storymap just sign your school up here.
ArcGISOnline
World Environment Day 2018 Resource Bundle

World Environment Day 2018 Resource Bundle

This bundle contains resources for World Environment Day which takes place on 5th June each year. The contents include an informative and fully editable 64-slide lesson / assembly presentation an accompanying set of 6follow up tasks / activities an awe-inspiring 100-slide slideshow presentation set to music 6 differentiated word searches and anagrams Click on the individual links for further details.
Krazikas
Where In Russia?

Where In Russia?

This worksheets helps students to produce a map with the main cities and physical features of Russia, including rivers and mountain ranges
WillsonEducation
The Galapagos Of Russia - Lake Baikal

The Galapagos Of Russia - Lake Baikal

Located in the southern Siberia area of Russia, Lake Baikal is the world’s largest freshwater and deepest lake in the world and in 1996 became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sometimes referred to as the Sacred Sea, the lake represents the unspoilt beauty of Russia and is the central part of many local myths and folklore. Lake Baikal is also known as the ‘Galapagos Of Russia’ due to its exceptional biodiversity and importance to evolutionary science. The freshwater ecosystem is one of the world’s richest dues to its age, isolation and deep oxygenated water. These worksheets have the students research some of the unique flora and fauna which is found Lake Baikal and discusses the best stratagies to help protect these from the increasing number of visitors to the area.
WillsonEducation
Sunrise Savusavu Fiji

Sunrise Savusavu Fiji

To my beautiful followers take a moment and enjoy this mindful short video of Fiji Life is hard here but it truly is a magical place of beauty. Video Sunrise Savusavu Fiji
missavicis
Blowhole video

Blowhole video

Blow holes are a natural phenomenon where the sea rises up through the rocks where there is a hole and shoots magnificently into the sky.
missavicis
Middle School Geography - 5 Years of Teaching

Middle School Geography - 5 Years of Teaching

This bundle contains 304 lessons and is suitable for teaching the whole of KS2 and KS3 Geography at Middle School. Recommended sequence: Year 5 Bizarre Biomes Map Skills & The UK How We Live Where We Live Year 6 Planet Earth Crumbling Coasts The Problem with Resources Dangerous Earth Year 7 Rainforests Rivers UK, Weather and Climate Population Year 8 Coasts Extreme Environments Tourism Fragile Environments Year 9 The Gambia: Learning Through Enquiry Development Gap Energy China
thisisgeography
NATURAL WORLD TEACHING AND DISPLAY RESOURCES GEOGRAPHY SCIENCE LETTERING

NATURAL WORLD TEACHING AND DISPLAY RESOURCES GEOGRAPHY SCIENCE LETTERING

Resources included are as follows: PDF FILES Alphabet letters with photo pattern inside (A 5) Numbers 0-9 with photo pattern inside (A 5) Question mark, exclamation mark, comma and full stop with photo pattern inside (A5) 40 half page photos of the natural world to use for display 50 (half page landscape) key word flashcards
hayleyhill
Volcanoes Montessori Definition Booklet

Volcanoes Montessori Definition Booklet

Challenging reading for the older children Here is the picture and definition booklet that completes the volcano nomenclature set. 18 matching image and definition pages instructions for assembly Challenging and interesting for even young children to look through!
MaryCarr51
Volcanoes Montessori Definition Cards

Volcanoes Montessori Definition Cards

These definition cards are the next step in reading following success with the 3-Part volcano cards. These definitions are challenging, to be sure, bu I know I always had at least one child that really enjoyed this work. I have divided these up into two sets. Set one - a full definition card with the nomenclature in red a second card, but with the nomenclature cut off the nomenclature label to match. Set two - a control card with the full definition, nomenclature in red the definitions are cut into three pieces for the children to match together. There are 18 sets of definitions, so you may wish to rotate these.
MaryCarr51
Volcano 3-Part Cards

Volcano 3-Part Cards

Volcanoes can be big and scary, but fascinating for young children. This is a collection of vocabulary words commonly used when studying volcanoes. The set includes: 18 subject cards control card, matching card and label to read and match printable folder instructions to make the work
MaryCarr51
The Himalayas

The Himalayas

Part of the world’s largest mountain range can be found in north India, the Himalayas. The mountains act as a natural barrier preventing the cold wind from Central Asia entering India and stopping southwest winds which carry monsoons, helping to fertilise India’s soil with the rain it pours down. These worksheets look at life living in the mountains in a place called Uttarakhand through a student lead activity
WillsonEducation
India's Plaines And Plateaus

India's Plaines And Plateaus

India is a vast county, nearly fourteen times the size of the United Kingdom! Within its borders it’s home to environments which include cool mountains in the north, hot, dry plains in the center and hot, humid tropics to the south. You have already looked at the Ganges River, Himalayas and Thar Desert. These worksheets help the students to explore these environments and create their own physical map of India using everyday materials to help visualise the counties environments.
WillsonEducation
Thar Desert - India

Thar Desert - India

The Thar Desert is otherwise known as the Great Indian Desert, is the seventh largest desert in the world and acts as a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the most hostile region within the Indo-Pacific, however around 4500 years ago it was home to one of the world’s oldest tribes, the Mohenjo Daro and Harappa. These worksheets look at how plants and animals adapt to life in the desert with the students designing the ultimate desert animal which is then peer assessed by their classmates
WillsonEducation
World Wide Countries DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS Trumps Game - SET 1 - Teach Me Geography!

World Wide Countries DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS Trumps Game - SET 1 - Teach Me Geography!

Aim: This is a fun and competitive TRUMPS GAME that explores issues relating to global levels of DEVELOPMENT, helping students to focus on a variety of DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS that informs them about why some countries are classed as more developed than others. Covering global issues like GNI PER CAPITA, INFANT MORTALITY RATES, LIFE EXPECTANCY, URBAN POPULATIONS/URBANISATION and PERSONAL WEALTH INDICATORS this excellent game can be used as in introduction to the concept of HIGH INCOME COUNTRIES, LOW INCOME COUNTRIES and NEWLY EMERGING ECONOMIES as well as CHANGING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT in general. Please note that this is the FIRST SET of these cards - all 80 can be used together! Learning Objectives: To research and analyse a wide range of development indicators. To assess how useful certain development indicators are in defining levels of economic and social development around the world. This resource includes: A set of 44 beautifully designed and vibrantly illustrated, full colour .pdf gamecards, ready to be printed out back-to-back (double sided) and used straight away. A set of 14 3x3 full-colour .pdf gamecards, ready to be printed out single sided and used straight away. Two full colour .pdf rules and teaching ideas sheet to be displayed on a screen during the lesson, or printed out and used with the playing groups. All of our resources have been tried and tested by teachers in a variety of classroom environments - they have also been regularly rated as Outstanding by Ofsted and other review bodies. Please check out the reviews on our other products for more information! And remember, it is always better to Like, Share and Review!
mwmonk
Cultures Bundle

Cultures Bundle

This bundle includes resources for students to learn about the cultures of Brazil, China and England and to be able to compare them
WillsonEducation
US National Parks Trumps Game - Learn about the US National Parks with our fun and exciting game!

US National Parks Trumps Game - Learn about the US National Parks with our fun and exciting game!

Learn all about the National Parks of the United States with our fun and relaxing game for students of all ages! The latest in our range of beautifully designed and made trumps games, our US National Parks game enables students to pay a visit to each of the 58 continental US parks, finding out about their various sizes, plant and animal diversity and also visitor numbers. Learning through play, your students will be able to not only learn about where the parks are and when they were established, but they will also be able to look for relationships between accessibility and biodiversity levels as well as being introduced to the rich physical geography of the USA. This resource is our 63 card ZIP FILE version of the US National Parks Game. This enables you to print out the game cards, rules and teaching suggestions directly (for use straight away) or to save them directly to your computer.
mwmonk
Geography Bundle

Geography Bundle

3 Geography lessons: Climate change, Grid References and Air Pressure. Engaging lessons for students
Edustem1
The Yanomami Tribe

The Yanomami Tribe

Living in the rainforests and mountains of northern Brazil and southern Venezuela, the Yanomami are the largest relatively isolated tribe in South America. Today their population stands at around 32,000 and their territory covers 9.6 million hectares, twice the size of Switzerland. These worksheets help the students to explore the set up of the Yanomami village, the daily lives and rolls of the girls/mothers and boys/fathers, as well as investigating the use of paint to decorate their faces and bodies.
WillsonEducation
The Quechua Tribe

The Quechua Tribe

High in the Andes Mountains of South America live the Quechua tribe. They live by farming potatoes, barley and maize, as well as other crops. They keep cattle, sheep, chickens and…llamas. Llamas are close cousins of camels, minus the hump, and come in very handy for riding and carrying heavy loads. These worksheets have the students explore how llamas and the Quechua Tribes have adapted to their environment and how, with our changing climate, the llamas and Quechue could continue to adapt.
WillsonEducation
The Matses Tribe

The Matses Tribe

Around 2,200 Matsés live on the Peru-Brazil frontier in the Amazon rainforest. The international boarder that splits their home is the Yaquerana River and it runs through the heart of their land. To the Matsés the streams, floodplains and white-sand forests make up an ancestral territory that is shared by the entire tribe. These worksheets have the students look closely at the acate green tree frog which, as well as being a culinary delicacy, are used to increase hunting ability. Additionally the students investigate an oil company who are exploring the Matses’s land to drill.
WillsonEducation
The Matmata People

The Matmata People

Matmata is a small Berber speaking town in southern Tunisia with a population of about 2,226 who live in traditional underground structures. This type architecture is based on localized needs and construction materials, and reflecting local traditions. It evolves over time to reflect the environmental, cultural, technological and historical content in which it exists. These methods can often be dismissed as crude and unrefined. These worksheets have the students explore the Matmata People’s homes and debate whether having a Star Wars picture filmed at the location would have a positive ro negative affect on their lives.
WillsonEducation
The Kayapo Tribe

The Kayapo Tribe

The Kayapo are the indigenous people of Brazil. They live in the plains of the Mato Grosso and Para south of the Amazon Basin and along the Rio Xingu and its tributaries. They call themselves ‘Mebengokre’, which translates to ‘people of the wellspring’. These worksheets have the students explore the Kayapo’s beliefs, examine the differences and simalarities between us and them, as well as giving them an opportunity to research the tribe by answering their peers questions about them
WillsonEducation
Living On An Island

Living On An Island

To live on a tropical island under tall palm trees with the white sand between their toes, surrounded by the clear blue sea is many people’s dream, however to many it is a reality – with the trials which come with such places. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Pitcairn People.
WillsonEducation
Living In The Rainforest

Living In The Rainforest

Alongside the numerous animals which call the rainforest home there are about 1.5 million people, and they have been there for thousands of years. They are able to get everything from the forest including their food, homes, clothes, medicines and more. In return, the rainforest is treated with great respect, making sure no harm is done to it. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Kayapo Tribe, The Yanomami Tribe, The Matsés Tribe and The Awá Tribe.
WillsonEducation
Living In The Mountains

Living In The Mountains

Amazingly around 500 million people live on mountains – that’s about a tenth of the Earth’s population. So how do these people learn to live and survive such harsh conditions? These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Chagga People, The Sherpa People and The Quechua Tribe
WillsonEducation
Living In The Arctic

Living In The Arctic

The polar opposite of living on a tropical island, the idea of living in the arctic is not most people’s idea of home. With no vegetation or natural shelter it is hard to believe that some do call this landscape home and overcome the harsh conditions. These worksheets and activities look specifically at The Inuit People
WillsonEducation
Choosing A Place To Settle

Choosing A Place To Settle

These worksheets look at the key elements of a settlement site for early man and tribes today. By working through these elements the perfect location is highlighted on the map and the students need to explain why this is the ideal place to build a settlement
WillsonEducation
Water security and management- Double lesson with case studies, homework (Development AQA , Eduqas)

Water security and management- Double lesson with case studies, homework (Development AQA , Eduqas)

This is a double lesson with homework for both lessons that embeds content and exam practice. This lesson covers the following: Water security and scarcity Water footprints Case study on water management in South Africa (Lesotho Highlands) Rain harvesting Over abstraction in India There are task sheets and work sheets throughout and I have provided notes for any case study materials.
Jillylo12
Volcano Power Pack: 12 Piece Color Clip Art & 2 Worksheets

Volcano Power Pack: 12 Piece Color Clip Art & 2 Worksheets

Includes Visual Volcano Guide, Visual Volcano Journal (for science news), and 12 Volcano Clip-Art Pieces! Clip-Art and worksheets are available individually, however you can SAVE by purchasing the entire bundle! This clip art is intended to visually represent the three main varieties of volcanoes (composite, cinder, shield) and 3 volcano status types (active, dormant, extinct). Ideal for website/computer presentations. 12 Volcanoes* (separate) 3.5 by 2 inches (approx), 300 dpi, COLOR, in both cartoon and non-cartoon forms. Includes: Composite Cinder Shield Active Dormant Extinct *Please note, the text is not included. The clip art only has volcano character, no text. Keywords: fun, illustration, visual, science, volcano, composite, cinder, shield, dormant, active, extinct, lava, earth science, geology, plain
IllumismartClipArt
Q & A booklet of all topics for Component 2 - Geography flashcard revision questions

Q & A booklet of all topics for Component 2 - Geography flashcard revision questions

This booklet contains question and answer for all of the topics that are contained in component 2 for Eduqas and also suitable for AQA GCSE Geography. The following topics are covered: Climate change Extreme weather (Hurricanes and Drought) Extreme weather in the UK (anticyclones and depressions) Ecosystems and biomes Managing ecosystems (tropical rainforests and semi-arid grasslands) Development gap Development continuum Aid and management Health and development Regional development - North South divide This booklet was used to distribute to parents in order to assist parents quiz their child to revise, parents that did not attend were sent the packs home (I have included the instructions on the front). These booklets are also used for students to test each other and make their own flash cards. There is a booklet for component 1 also - please see my shop.
Jillylo12
Journey Around the World

Journey Around the World

These cards can be used as conversation builders, introduction models and more. The aim of the game is practicing different types of questions. Students can learn information about countries as well. This is a speaking game to the topic “Countries and nationalities”. Cards :nationality, capital city names and their flags Picture dictionary on some of the famous places, landmarks, sights of the world.
Olynj
Who Uses Our National Parks?

Who Uses Our National Parks?

Our National Parks are used by more than visitors and tourists who stay for only a few days. These worksheets primarily at Industry, Ministry Of Defense and Water Companies, Firearms Or Ramblers, Farmers and Local Residents, their uses of the land and how this can effect the local area.
WillsonEducation
Where Are Our National Parks?

Where Are Our National Parks?

There are fifteen National Parks within Britain, each protected countryside in which everyone can visit, live and work. These worksheets look at their location, distribution and location in relation to other landmarks. Who owns the land within the National Parks is discussed, with also the opportunity to develop their graph skills.
WillsonEducation
What Impacts Can Visitors Have On Our National Parks?

What Impacts Can Visitors Have On Our National Parks?

National Parks are under increasing pressure to attract visitors to them however these visitors bring both negative and positive impacts to the countryside and residents. These worksheets look at some of the negative impacts visitors can have on National Parks and whether they are social, economical or environmental.
WillsonEducation
What Are The Solutions To Visitor Impacts In The Lake District?

What Are The Solutions To Visitor Impacts In The Lake District?

National Parks are under increasing pressure to attract visitors to them however these visitors bring both negative and positive impacts to the countryside and residents. These worksheets look at some of the negative impacts visitors can have on National Parks and the possible solutions to these.
WillsonEducation