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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.
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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.
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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.
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Impacts And Solution Of Visitors On Our National Parks

Impacts And Solution Of Visitors 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, whether they are social, economical or environmental, and the possible solutions to these.
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Rainforests Topic Vocabulary Pack

Rainforests Topic Vocabulary Pack

This 15-page Rainforest TVP will help bring to life your Rainforest topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key historical figures to study and explore! Created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of Rainforest words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource. ​
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Labelling the United States Geographical Map Activity

Labelling the United States Geographical Map Activity

Check out this interactive labelling activity in which students label the each state in the United States. A word bank (with all the state names) is listed at the bottom, but this can be cut off if you wish to not include it. An answer key is included for your convenience. This can easily be adapted for state abbreviations. A clear box is labelling each state which makes scoring and grading simple. This can be used as a project, assessment, worksheet, homework, group work and so much more!
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Yellowstone National Park Lapbook

Yellowstone National Park Lapbook

Yellowstone National Park is a place of rugged beauty. The geysers, lakes, ponds, wildlife all combine to make a natural wonderland. Come along with us and explore! This product includes a complete Study Guide, as well as all templates and instructions needed to create a a 2-folder Lapbook. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create!
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Tourism In The Deserts

Tourism In The Deserts

Tourism within deserts is an increasing economic activity with many positive and negative impacts on those tribes people who call these areas home. These worksheets have the students disgussing these impacts and go on to develop a logo and slogan for a company which advertises that it takes these impacts into consideration while promoting tourism activities within deserts.
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Sand Dunes

Sand Dunes

Sand dunes are created by the wind usually along a beach or in a desert. When the wind blows sand into an area behind an obstacle, such as a rock, bush or skeleton, where it is sheltered, dunes begin to grow as grains of sand accumulate. This worksheets helps students to understand how sand sunes are formed, their make up and the eight different types of dunes and where they are found around the world.
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