Kenny Koala's Trip to Peru

Kenny Koala's Trip to Peru

A Powerpoint and postcard template with a story of Kenny Koala’s trip to Peru. Used as end of term unit for year 1 class to learn about South America.
kennykoalabear
The Amazon Rain forest. Year 1 geography.

The Amazon Rain forest. Year 1 geography.

This is a fully resourced 6 week unit for geography. Children will learn about the different layers in the rain forest, which animals live there and how it compares to the UK. Included in this pack are lesson plans, presentations and work sheets. Teaching this unit will cover the following national curriculum objective: Ge1/1.2 Place Knowledge Ge1/1.2a understand geographical similarities and differences through studying the human and physical geography of a small area of the United Kingdom, and of a small area in a contrasting non-European country
j_williamson
Physical Geography Vocabulary Booklets

Physical Geography Vocabulary Booklets

Coast, Mountains, Rivers & Water Cycle vocabulary booklets for children to take home and use to familiarize themselves with key words for topics. Print/photocopy double-sided and fold concertina style to create booklets. Booklets comprise of: lists, space to copy, anagrams and missing letters to complete including a space for children to choose their own method to practise using the vocabulary. Useful to send home before the start of year/term/topic or to give to new children/those struggling with vocabulary.
TeacherTreats
The Changing Matter of Water

The Changing Matter of Water

Worksheet designed for use after students watch a video on the changing matter of water - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuE1LePDZ4Y. Would be best used for upper primary science or lower secondary for a recap when studying the role of water throughout Australia and the world. Goes through the scientific compisition of matter and the different forms that water can come in.
kjackson107
Water Cycle Vocabulary Booklet

Water Cycle Vocabulary Booklet

Print/photocopy double-sided and fold concertina style (the children can do this) to create a booklet. Booklet includes a list of topic words, space to copy them out, anagrams to unscramble, missing letters to complete and a space for children to choose another method to help them become familiar with the vocabulary.
TeacherTreats
1-9 gcse geography unit of study ocr aqa

1-9 gcse geography unit of study ocr aqa

This bundle contains all of the resources and materials to teach all of the key content related to the GCSE 1-9 specification. Over 20 resources. Lessons include: Aging populations DTM SOW Population pyramids The effects of migration Lessons are creative and engaging and designed to allow independent learning. Mark sheets are often included to allow for simple & quick teacher feedback.
andymcstump
The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

This resource comprises 5 worksheets on the water cycle and a missing jigsaw activity. The worksheets are also on PowerPoint and PDF format. These are additional worksheets you can give out during the lesson, use as assessment on the water cycle or as homework.  Two worksheets require students to write about the water cycle in their own words.  Three worksheets entail cut and paste activities. The simpler activities are cutting out the word strips and glue them onto the correct blank space to show the water cycle process.  The other cut and paste activity requires students to write the title in their workbooks or on a separate sheet of paper. Then they write about each word, cut out the strip and glue it into their workbooks. Some students may only be able to complete 4 strips. Let them choose a word to write about. Once the students have written something about each word, they can draw a picture for each strip.  There is a jigsaw puzzle to complete. It has 4 pieces missing with which students complete the puzzle picture of the water cycle. When this is completed, student cut out and stick the labels into the correct spaces on the completed puzzle. A finished puzzle is included to how the puzzle should look. NB: The picture was drawn on the computer and coloured in by hand.  Missing Jigsaw Puzzle pieces (b/w) – Print off the page with just one puzzle piece in place. Students complete the whole puzzle by cutting out the rest of the puzzles (8 pieces) and sticking them in place to complete the water cycle picture. Then as above, cut out the words and glue beneath the correct picture, e.g. precipitation would go beneath the rain cloud. Students can then colour in. Hope you enjoy using these resources.
Ro_Milli0110
Life in Coober Pedy - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text  #Google Expeditions

Life in Coober Pedy - Reading Comprehension Worksheet / Text #Google Expeditions

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for higher elementary to proficient ESL learners or native English speakers. The text describes the history and culture of Coober Pedy. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including a true or false exercise, a definitions match, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. The text can be used for IGCSE and TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. This handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key included. Ideally, this handout could be used along a #GoogleExpeditions Coober Pedy virtual reality trip!
MariaPht
Water Cycle, Clouds, Weather: PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Water Cycle, Clouds, Weather: PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

<strong>This Weather Bundle contains:</strong> Presentations for teaching Flexible Lesson Plans Matching Activities Cut and Paste Tasks Reading Comprehensions Worksheets Flash cards for water cycle/clouds Fun stuff Students will learn about the water cycle and types of clouds and types of precipitation, i.e. why some clouds produce rain, snow, sleet and hail. Lots of resources are to hand. Some preparation is required such as printing and laminating small photos of clouds for matching activities. Please see individual description for each product. Thank you for stopping by my shop:-)
Ro_Milli0110
Cholera, natural disasters and urban growth

Cholera, natural disasters and urban growth

This engaging resource for Geography KS3 and GCSE starts with a contamination station game about the spread of Vibrio Cholerae . Videos, maps and activities explore what is cholera, prevention and treatment, and what it takes to communicate health messages. The resource is illustrated with references and photos of Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors Without Borders’ humanitarian response to cholera in Haiti, the Phillipines and Uganda.
msf
coastal coasts over 20 resources geography all lessons 1-9 gcse

coastal coasts over 20 resources geography all lessons 1-9 gcse

Clontains over 20 bespoke teaching materials. Including powerpoints. All the resources needed to teach pupils about coastal features, processes, geology & management. Based upon the Holderness coastline. Probably 8 to 10 lessons worth of work, including assessment. areas covered include; Crack, cave, arch, stack & stump. Bays & headlands Bars & spits Longshore drift. geology Hard engineering Soft engineerng This really supports pupils working independently and the A3 worksheet provides all of the ingredients needed for all levels of pupil to access the information. I print the large A3 sheets in colour & laminate them so that they can be used over again. Saves the need for text books. Suitable for all age groups & easily amended to suit all GCSE geography specifications.
andymcstump
air masses uk weather climate geography gcse ks3 maritime continentality gulf stream north atlantic

air masses uk weather climate geography gcse ks3 maritime continentality gulf stream north atlantic

All the resources needed to teach pupils about the weather in the UK related to air masses, continentality & the North Atlantic Drift. Also included is a GCSE question to test understanding. Resources are designed to promote independence. This will take approximately 3 to 4 lessons to complete and has all the ingredients of an outstanding lesson. Suitable for all age groups & easily amended to suit all GCSE geography specifications.
andymcstump
Clouds: Cloud Matching Activities, Cloud Photos, Labels, Cloud Description Task Cards with Answers

Clouds: Cloud Matching Activities, Cloud Photos, Labels, Cloud Description Task Cards with Answers

This is a cloud matching activity resource. A useful additional to your weather unit on types of clouds. <strong>Content:</strong> 2 Sets of Photographs of Different Types of Clouds (Total of 20 photos) 10 Cloud Name Labels to match to photographs 2 Sets of Photographs with Answers 10 Cloud Description Task Cards 10 Cloud Description Task Cards with Answers The clouds are: cirrus cirrostratus cirrocumulus altocumulus altostratus stratus stratocumulus nimbostratus cumulonimbus cumulus 4 photos to one page. Print all photos onto card paper, laminate and cut out. Print Cloud Card labels, laminate and cut out Children match the blank photos with the correct cloud labels. Reveal answers: Show the photographs with the name of the cloud already labelled. <strong>Description Task Cards – Answers Included</strong> You or the students can cut out these task cards and glue into workbooks. Students read the description of the cloud and write the name of the cloud in the space provided. Please see Preview Pane for sample of resources. Total download: 22 pages Thank you for your interest.
Ro_Milli0110
The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom

A complete unit for KS3. The lessons cover the UK for a human geographers perspective and a physical geographers perspective. All the lessons have starters/connect activities, main/activate and demonstrate activities and plenary/consolidation activities. The worksheets have been created and included at the end of each presentation. Answers have been provided and all you need to do is click through the PowerPoint, making self/peer assessment easy. Below is a summary of the main activities in each lesson. Lesson 1: A mapping activity, so students understand where the different human and physical features of the UK are. Lesson 2: What is England? This lesson breaks down what is meant by the UK and it different states. Lesson 3: Students use their learning from the previous two lessons and use data to help them explain the distribution of the UK’s population. Lesson 4: The weather and climate of the UK, students will use figures to help explain why the UK has such a varied climate. Lesson 5: Why are some areas in the UK wetter than others, students will use sources to explain this. Lesson 6: Students will use census data to make conclusions about the UKs population. Lesson 7: What is the EU and the Commonwealth and how are we connected to the rest of the world.
MrTheo
Clouds: Types of Clouds, PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Word Searches, Cloud Wheel

Clouds: Types of Clouds, PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Word Searches, Cloud Wheel

This product is on the topic of types of clouds. <strong>The product contains:</strong> • Lesson Plan – 1 hour session • PowerPoint Presentation (1) – 30 Slides • PowerPoint Presentation (2) – 6 Slides • Optional Video link to The Science of Clouds (5:42 mins) • Cloud Wheel Templates • Worksheet - Latin Cloud Names/Various mini exercises • Word Searches (x2) with Solutions • 24 Flashcards (x2) Colour/b/w The Lesson Plan includes learning objectives and outcomes and PowerPoint Slides numbers are referred to. The lesson starts off briefly reviewing the water cycle and then leads onto types of clouds and the sort of weather we may experience. The PowerPoint Presentation explains how the clouds are formed, their features and there are photographs/pictures of the common type of clouds children may recognize in the sky. They even learn about how snow is formed and then falls as either snowflakes or sleet. The Presentation includes a video link relating to clouds which children will enjoy watching. (5:42 mins long). Presentation 2 - Provides helpful information for children to review water cycle vocabulary, meaning of cloud names and explains that cloud coverage is measured in oktas. <strong>Differentiated Cloud Wheel Template</strong>: Children make a Cloud Wheel to be used in the last part of the lesson. There is an example of a Cloud Wheel I made to show the children. If some children are having problems sketching/drawing clouds - you can display Slide 36 or 37. There are two word searches for early finishers and a worksheet. <strong>The worksheet contains 3 mini tasks.</strong> Draw a line to match the Latin name to the English meaning. Unscramble the name of the clouds and write them out. Search for the 5 words in the mini word search. <strong>24 Flashcards relating to clouds the weather in general:</strong> cloud, fog, mist, cirrus, cirrostratus, cirrocumulus, nimbus, nimbostratus, cumulonimbus, stratus, stratocumulus, cumulus, precipitation, altocumulus, altostratus, temperature, water droplets, ice crystals, rain, snow, hail, sleet, sunny, overcast. I hope you enjoy using this resource. Please see Preview Pane. Thank you for visiting my store:-)
Ro_Milli0110
Kite Graph for Biotic and Abiotic data

Kite Graph for Biotic and Abiotic data

Plot data onto the spreadsheet and get a kite graph out. If you are looking at environmental factors affecting biotic components of an ecosystem, then this template will plot up to 2 abiotic sets of data over the kite. Thus you can see at a glance if the environmental factors are affecting your biotic species. You may plot any combination, eg, pH and light, or ph and moisture, or temperature and light. there are endless combinations you can look at, whilst comparing to your species research.
captain scarlet
OUP Geog.2 Summer Homework

OUP Geog.2 Summer Homework

This is a booklet is based on the Michelin i-Spy books. Students get points for spotting things in and around their homes and beyond. It covers all the chapters from the geog.2 textbook from OUP, and is designed to be a homework project for students to complete during the summer holidays. For each item they find they get points and these points lead to house points, merits, credits, stars (whichever reward system your school uses): I even give students a certificate for completing it. There are 20 pages which can be printed as an A5 booklet or you can choose which pages you want to use as each chapter from the textbook has a set of activities: my version has 16 pages based on the chapters I covered and some extra puzzle pages as well. There is a word puzzle and a place for the students to keep a record of their points as they collect them, there is a place for parents to sign confirmation that students actually did achieve what they say just in case you get a student that makes it up. There are spaces for images, due to copyright I have removed the pictures that I use, but they can easily by added.
sangepb
2018 End of Year Geography Quiz

2018 End of Year Geography Quiz

7 rounds… Geography in the News Wipeout Hurricanes World Cup Flags Cryptic Countries Catchphrase All you can Name Final Round Jeopardy Inccludes 2 PPT to run the hour long quiz, and an answer sheet
tomjones58
KARUMBA - THE ONLY MAJOR PORT ON THE SOUTHERN EDGE OF THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA AUSTRALIA

KARUMBA - THE ONLY MAJOR PORT ON THE SOUTHERN EDGE OF THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA AUSTRALIA

Through a series of 5 stories students will gain an understanding of the layout and function of this remote port. Many Australians are aware that Karumba exists but regard it as a destination for fishing for Barramundi and crocodile spotting. The “Gery nomads” - retired travellers usually towing caravans or arriving in motor homes - often put Karumba on their bucket list of places to visit. There is much more to Karumba than fishing and crocodile viewing. Take your students along the stretch of the Karumba Port near the mouth of the Norman River and there are large buildings which indicate other functions. Learn about Krys the crocodile of unbelievable proportions. Pass the rusting wreck in the mangroves and wonder how it arrived there. Go past the sign where cattle yards exist and recognise the prohibited access. Go past the dredge as it moves back into deeper water to dredge the channel from the deeper waters of the Gulf of Carpentaria and recognise by research how important that process to the population of the town. Look inland to discover the very large Century zinc mine at Lawn Hill and find out how it is connected to the zinc pellet processing plant at Karumba. Then, like the recent advertising programme from the local tourist operators, become aware of the environmental assets in landscape and a range of bird life. Understand why they have included their heading “There’s more to Karumba than fishing and crocodiles”. Find out why those visiting Karumba need to come in the cooler months of the year and avoid the hotter summer months. The attachments assist student understanding. The fill-in attachments could be used to support a type of tutorial approach where the numbered sections matching the page numbers could be screened and the students with some discussion could fill in the answers to provide a record of Karumba. Enjoy the excursion to Karumba but if you are involved in bird watching in the mangroves or on the lowland marshes on the entry road from Normanton, take time to read the warning -“crocodiles eat birds and bird watchers”.
KPolkinghorne
Dinosaur Topic year 2

Dinosaur Topic year 2

A whole term’s worth of lessons which refer to the national curriculum’s year 2 objectives for history, geography, art and D+T. This bundle includes resources such as ActivInspire flipcharts, worksheets and success criteria.
Kayleighp92
Castles Topic year 2

Castles Topic year 2

Refers to the national curriculum objectives for history, geography, art and D+T. This bundle includes a terms worth of topic lessons and resources including ActivInspire flipcharts and worksheets with success criteria.
Kayleighp92
Year 2 Dinosaur Topic resources

Year 2 Dinosaur Topic resources

These resources go with the medium term plan for Dinosaurs. Includes three ActivInspire flipcharts, worksheets for some of the lessons and a title page for their books.
Kayleighp92
Water Supply and Use - Extension Task

Water Supply and Use - Extension Task

KS4 task designed to familiarise GCSE students with: water supply methods and vocabulary relating to this, water management techniques, graph skills and map interpretation.
morgancc
Farming Task/Extension KS3 or KS4 Geography

Farming Task/Extension KS3 or KS4 Geography

Task focusing on inputs, processes, outputs and feedbacks of different farming systems. Introduces pupils to different types of farming e.g. arable, commercial, intensive, and gets them to develop a farming system model. A challenging task at KS3 level or one which matches the syllabus very closely at KS4. Also appropriate for National 5.
morgancc
Atlantic Currents Nomenclature Cards

Atlantic Currents Nomenclature Cards

These nomenclature cards show the biggest ocean surface currents in the Atlantic. An ideal addition to your geography studies, or even a unit on Columbus. There are five ways to use this resource on different difficulty levels. Working with them helps develop left-to-right awareness, word recognition and vocabulary. The original artwork is high quality and makes this resource one-of-a-kind.
lcallard21
Rivers - Causes of Flooding

Rivers - Causes of Flooding

Lesson was part of a KS3 SOL on Rivers. Could be adapted for KS4. Covers: Causes of flooding Hydrographs (adapted from geography all the way) Cumbria Floods 2015
cathmcgeown
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 18- TEST with DETAILED MARKSHEME AND FEEDBACK SHEET!

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 18- TEST with DETAILED MARKSHEME AND FEEDBACK SHEET!

This is the assessment for theme 5. It contains a range of different exam questions from different exam boards which focus on different style of questions. The marksheme is very detailed and gives everything that is needed to mark the paper. It contains a feedback sheet which helps you as teachers to give concise and detailed/ targeted feedback. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 17- Sustainable Management of Savannah and Assessed H/W

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 17- Sustainable Management of Savannah and Assessed H/W

This lesson is the 17th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. This lesson looks at how the savannah can be managed sustainably. The 10 minutes on sheet helps students engage and recap on previous lessons work on the savannah- the sheet idea came from Jen Monk. Most of the activities are on the powerpoint. As this is the last teaching lesson, pupils will as homework have to complete the assessed homework, which helps them to focus their revision on areas of weakness after it is marked. The markscheme is detailed which will help you as teachers to be able to mark the assessed homework with ease. The other homework is to research a small scale ecosystem of sand dunes (this can obviously be changed). Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123
WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 9 and 10- The Tropical Rainforest Characteristics and

WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 SPEC- Theme 5- Lesson 9 and 10- The Tropical Rainforest Characteristics and

These are the 9th and 10th lesson in the fifth theme of the new WJEC/ WJEC Eduqas 2016 specification for geography. The 9th lesson looks at the characteristics of the tropical rainforest. Students look at the climate and vegetation of the rainforest. They practise their exam skills at being able to describe distribution and plotting a climate graph by using a given set of data. All the activities/ tasks are on the powerpoint. The 10th lesson looks at the processes that occur within the tropical rainforest. Students summarise their understanding by completing the worksheet attached. Those that completed the extension question, then the markscheme for it is also attached. Any feedback on this lesson would be a great help for future lessons uploaded onto here. JPMathsandGeography
Pedley123