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Travel the world interactive notebook file

Travel the world interactive notebook file

Travel the World interactive notebook file exploring countries from the seven continents of the world. From the main map click on a country to find out more about it, displays a map shaped flag of the country with a simple key fact. Suitable for an introduction to a geography topic on continents and oceans.
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Countries of the World, landmarks

Countries of the World, landmarks

Posters suitable for a role-play area showing 15 countries from around the world. Each poster has a map shaped flag and landmark from the country, further resources are available which have key facts on.
suebee1
The Picture Atlas Resource Pack for KS2 Geography

The Picture Atlas Resource Pack for KS2 Geography

This resource pack provides material for six, hour-long lessons that can take place during KS2 classes or as extra-curricular activities. This pack covers Geography objectives that include but are not limited to: Locational knowledge Human and physical geography Geographical skills and fieldwork
bloomsburykids
Explorers and Navigators

Explorers and Navigators

A bundle of 3 resources, PDF files and powerpoint presentations about three famous explorers, Columbus, Captain Cook and Vasco Da Gama. This would be great to use as a class project with three groups. Each booklet has the children completing the same style of tasks and would be great for History , Geography and Cross-curricular work .There are reading and comprehension questions, diary entries, ship's log entries, imaginative and creative writing tasks and internet research questions.Save 50% when you purchase all three together.
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Explorers and Navigators Vasco Da Gama

Explorers and Navigators Vasco Da Gama

The third resource in my series of Explorers and Navigators, a PDF file and powerpoint presentation suitable for KS1 and KS2. This is a child friendly story written in simple language telling the facts about Vasco Da Gama's journey around Africa to the trading city of Calcutta in India. It can be printed out as a complete workbook or as individual pages for project work and display. It includes reading and writing activities, diary entries, a ship's log entry, newspaper reporters questions, descriptive and imaginative writing and a few comprehension questions.
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Ancient Egypt - The Complete Unit

Ancient Egypt - The Complete Unit

Save 65% on the cost of individual lessons! The Primary Topic Shop Ancient Egypt Unit includes informations, photos, illustrations, maps and activities, all presented in an easy-to-read, consistent layout. Activities in this unit include reading response (true or false, multiple choice, question and answer, fill in the blanks), art (making paper, drawing), language-based activities (crosswords, synonyms and definitions), geography, de-coding and visual challenges. There is also a set of A3 display posters for the classroom. All photos, illustrations and text are original by the author. This is part of a complete unit on Ancient Egypt.
PrimaryTopicShop
KS1/lower KS2 (SEN) powerpoint  African animal quiz .

KS1/lower KS2 (SEN) powerpoint African animal quiz .

KS1/lower KS2 (SEN) African animal quiz. Work as an individual, partners or small group. Guess the 6 animals from three graded clues and images. Animals to guess are elephant, lion, rhinoceros, ostrich, giraffe and hyena. There is a simple scoring system if you want to make this more competitive! Good lesson starter or plenary activity for assessing knowledge of animals. Can be linked to cross curricular topics on ‘Animals’, ‘Africa’ or used as a lesson filler/warm up.
newromantic
Exploring St Lucia

Exploring St Lucia

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit Exploring St Lucia. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
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