Coast and Sea pledge cards

Coast and Sea pledge cards

Ideal for using when studying plastic pollution in the sea, these pledge cards are designed to be filled in by learners, with a pledge of how to help protect the ocean and coasts. They can be printed on different coloured card and can be used collectively to display footprints.
SWCoastPathExplorers
The Environment/ Saving Our Planet / Nature Conservation Handouts (SAVE 65%)

The Environment/ Saving Our Planet / Nature Conservation Handouts (SAVE 65%)

This bundle includes different Reading Comprehension Worksheets suitable for higher intermediate advanced ESL learners. The texts explore a number of environmental issues including air and water pollution, genetic engineering, climate change and nuclear radiation. After carefully reading each informational text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including: questions, True or False, gap filling exercises, crosswords, word search exercises, definitions matching exercises and engage in in-depth classroom discussions on topics relevant to each text. The vocabulary used in the texts is rather advanced and can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL or IELTS vocabulary building purposes. Full answer keys are included.
MariaPht
The Tudors Bundle

The Tudors Bundle

This bundle includes everything you need to teach about the topic of the Tudors. Perfect for covering all areas of the Tudor era of history from the Tudor Monarchs to daily Tudor life. Included in this pack: Presentations for each lesson, with interactive activities and links to videos. Worksheets for different lessons and accompanying activities. Tudor: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? based around Tudor medicine. Lesson idea sheet with a range of lesson ideas based around the Tudors.
HollywoodR95
The Dangers of Water Pollution - Reading Comprehension - Informational Text

The Dangers of Water Pollution - Reading Comprehension - Informational Text

This Reading Comprehension worksheet is suitable for beginner to proficient ESL learners. The text explores the effects of water pollution on the flaura and fauna as well as on human health, its applications as well as its possible adverse effects and benefits. After carefully reading the text, students are required to complete some comprehension exercises including comprehension questions, True or False exercises, an in class discussion, a fill in the gaps exercise and a fun crossword. This worksheet can also be used for IGCSE, TOEFL vocabulary building purposes. The handout can be completed in class or assigned for homework. A full answer key is included.
MariaPht
Weather Watching – video and poetry animation on climate change

Weather Watching – video and poetry animation on climate change

Weather Watching https://nerc.ukri.org/planetearth/stories/1892/ These short animations and poems on climate change and extreme weather were created by award-winning poet Nicola Davies and climate scientist Professor Ed Hawkins, from University of Reading and National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS). The video can be used as an introduction or plenary to a variety of topics in environmental science, including climate change and weather.
NERC
Ocean currents, waves and tides Colorful Posters for Classroom

Ocean currents, waves and tides Colorful Posters for Classroom

This is a great review tool for the OCEAN CURRENTS, WAVES AND TIDES unit in the form of POSTER DISPLAY. This is a collection of 5 classroom posters based on my OCEAN CURRENTS, WAVES AND TIDES unit which displays all things covered in unit with neat and colorful pictures. You can take out the print of this posters on A3 paper size (16x11 inch)with very good quality of resolution. You can use these posters for a bulletin board, writing center or science center. Posters covers the following things in displays: Ocean currents and its types Global wind belts/Coriolis effect/Continental barriers Waves: Parts, Movement and causes Tides: Key features of tides and Moon gravity and tides Types of tides: Spring and Neap tides
ilaxippatel
Earth Day Roll A Story

Earth Day Roll A Story

Roll a die three times to pick a character, setting and problem. Use these to write your creative story! This Roll a Story is great to write a earth day based piece. This resource works great with our Digital Dice.
rombop
Oceans: World Oceans Day is June 8th(Interactive Notebook Activity)

Oceans: World Oceans Day is June 8th(Interactive Notebook Activity)

Use this FREE worksheet/handout with your students to start a discussion on the importance of our oceans. It could be used as an interactive notebook activity. Please also check out my two resources on this topic: Oceans, A Webquest Jacques Cousteau, A Reader’s Theater Script Please check out my other resources: I’d appreciate if you’d consider becoming a “follower” of my TES Store. :-) *Reposted again after I saw that one of the fun facts was cut off…
gailhennessey
The Titanic

The Titanic

The information sheets about different topics relating to English-speaking countries. Titanic tragedy - A Titanic story has been intriguing for people of all ages. Tis is a story about family who died in the accident. It is a nice bit to use and teach past continuous. You can also ask your students to underline the past continuous or retell the story.
Olynj
Titanic Anniversary

Titanic Anniversary

The information sheets about different topics relating to English-speaking countries. Titanic tragedy - A Titanic story has been intriguing for people of all ages. Tis is a story about family who died in the accident. It is a nice bit to use and teach past continuous. You can also ask your students to underline the past continuous or retell the story.
Olynj
COASTAL EROSION - WHY THE BARMSTON BUNGALOWS ON THE CLIFF TOP WERE CONDEMNED

COASTAL EROSION - WHY THE BARMSTON BUNGALOWS ON THE CLIFF TOP WERE CONDEMNED

This unit has a focus on coastal erosion at Barmston. (East Coast England). It is about wave energy, cliff recession, storms in the North Sea and Storm surges bringing sea levels higher than normal to undercut the cliffs along the coastline at Barmston. This unit indicates the links between erosional forces and the consequences of cliff recession on the owners of the bungalows (we would call them houses in Australia). This material has been used in a series of coastal studies within the Australian curriculum at lower secondary and at senior secondary levels. It promotes interest and when placed on the screen the material becomes a source of questioning and discussion. The attached pages of rhyming verse were student creations and contributions (with some editing). This unit can standalone or it can fit into studies of coastal geomorphology. Hopefully this will be a useful support for coastal studies. Come and see where the bungalows once stood and with your students you will be able to work out why they are no longer there. It’s a true story with powerful undercurrents.
KPolkinghorne
Topical Science Update - April 2018

Topical Science Update - April 2018

April’s Topical Science Update Plastic Special Report An in depth look at the history of plastic, the issues surrounding plastic use and the possible solutions to the biggest environmental problem we have ever faced. Also featuring the Great Science Share for Schools https://www.greatscienceshare.org/schools-share-2018/ and the Topical Science Updates Survey http://bit.ly/TSUimpact
paultyler
WHERE ON EARTH ARE THE TOP TEN ISLANDS OF THE WORLD - A CLASSROOM PRACTICAL ACTIVITY

WHERE ON EARTH ARE THE TOP TEN ISLANDS OF THE WORLD - A CLASSROOM PRACTICAL ACTIVITY

If you are looking for a ready made classroom activity that can involve a mixture of on screen discussion, use of student knowledge and opportunity for student research then this unit will fit the requirement. This standalone activity is one in a series that will expand student locational and global knowledge as it poses the basic question of "where in the world are…" Well you could provide printed sheets with maps and tables showing the TEN TOP ISLANDS but if you do that then that takes away the challenge of discovery and allows for the possibility that the material will remain rather lifeless and forgotten. Most students like the challenge of discovery and when/if they become involved in the process they will remember the names and possibly the order of the islands they discover. How about starting with a blank screen and ask for suggestions of the TEN TOP ISLANDS (by area). You should get a few - some will be in the top ten and some will not. THEN screen page 2 with the country flags. You can then remove those islands from the initial list that are not on the flag list. The next activity is to screen the table of the TOP TEN ISLANDS with its many blanks. Your students should have a hard copy of that page. HONSHU JAPAN is provided as an example of the fill in. THEN show the screens with the outline of the TOP TEN ISLANDS. Some of those may be known and can possibly be placed in the correct rank order. There are additional clues for those who look carefully. Once you have a few islands in the correct slots the final order becomes easier. Oh! If you do become stumped there is help available in the final pages but hopefully you won’t need that. To consolidate the locational knowledge there is a world map which provides an opportunity for students to have their own record of the TOP TEN. There will be other units in the TOP…whatever series. Enjoy the discover along with your class.
KPolkinghorne
Photographs for Authors and Teachers - Nature

Photographs for Authors and Teachers - Nature

595 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as 8 PowerPoints so that they can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Photographs for Authors. Nature 8

Photographs for Authors. Nature 8

36 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 7

Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 7

80 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 6

Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 6

80 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 5

Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 5

80 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 4

Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 4

80 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 3

Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 3

80 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 2

Copyright Free Photographs for Authors. Nature 2

80 high quality copyright free photographs for authors and teachers to use in their publications. A wide range of images covering plant and animal life, natural landscapes, skies and water. Ideal for educational resource authors wanting to illustrate resources without the worry of infringing copyright regulations. Also ideal for teachers wanting to produce eye catching classroom resources or wanting to provide students with images for inspirations. Ideal for Art and creative writing lessons. Provided as a PowerPoint so that it can be used as a presentation, or photographs can be easily extracted from it.
StartEducation
WORLD WATER DAY!(INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ACTIVITY) FREE

WORLD WATER DAY!(INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ACTIVITY) FREE

World Water Day is March 22, 2018. Use this freebie to give to students which includes several fill in the blanks and You Turn ideas. Check out these related resources: Studying the ocean? Looking for a resource for Earth Day or World Ocean Day? Introduce your students to Jacques Cousteau with this informative Reader’s Theater Script. Oceanographer, photographer, scientist, inventor, writer and filmmaker, Cousteau spent his life studying the oceans and the marine life that lived in the oceans. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series where Jacques Cousteau is a guest on her talk show and answers questions of her studio audience. There are 10 audience questioners, a Did You Know? section, comprehension questions, a teacher section with extension activities, links and the key: Jacques Cousteau, A Reader’s Theater Script Exploring the Ocean Blue: A Web quest, will introduce students to our oceans. There are nine informative web questions. Fun Facts, comprehension questions,extension activities and links are also provided as is the key. Exploring the Oceans, A Webquest Learn about Earth Day and our planet Earth, with this informative web quest! In 2018, the theme for Earth Day is “Environmental and Climate Literacy”. Although this resource could be used for Earth Day, it really could be used throughout the year. There are 15 web questions as well as comprehension questions and a Did You Know? fun fact section. The teacher page includes extension activities, the key, and additional links. Earth Day, A Webquest PLEASE CONSIDER FOLLOWING ME. CHECK OUT MY TES STORE FOR LOTS OF BIOGRPAHICAL PLAYS ON FAMOUS PEOPLE IN HISTORY, SCIENCE AND LITERATURE AS WELL AS MANY INTERNET ACTIVITIES AND SHORT READS IN THE AREA OF SOCIAL STUDIES.
gailhennessey
Finding Out About Bottled Water

Finding Out About Bottled Water

Through class discussion and independent exercises, students explore some of the big environmental issues associated with the current trend of drinking bottled water, and learn that tap water is a safe, tasty, environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to bottled water. Students will understand that some of Earth’s resources are renewable, but others are non-renewable. They will use scientific knowledge and findings from investigations to evaluate claims. Students will be able to independently research the issues around bottled water, contribute to a discussion about the issues around bottled water. Students can communicate their research findings with other students
TheTeachersFriend
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
MEKONG DELTA SERIES PART 4 - FOUR FUTURE CONCERNS

MEKONG DELTA SERIES PART 4 - FOUR FUTURE CONCERNS

A series of dams have already been built in the upper catchment areas of the Mekong Basin . The largest are within the area of China but other countries (Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia) have also constructed dams along the main Mekong or on tributaries of the Mekong. More are planned. These dams have both positive and negative consequences. On the positive side they store and control water flow which assist during dry seasons. They have the capacity to reduce the level of flooding in the lower basin. Negative impacts include the displacement of people as river valleys flood behind the walls of the dams in developing lakes. Of greater concern is the siphoning of water away from the Mekong and the reduction of sand/silt flows into the lower basin. In Cambodia the Tonle Sap Lake will reduce in volume and the reverse flows into the lake could cease. This annual reservoir of water which arrives when the Mekong is in flood may not be released into the lower rivers and the delta. Other concerns focus on the rising salinity levels within the waters of the delta which will impact on on crop yields. Global warming is another concern. As sea levels rise the impact of oncoming waves will affect the coastline. Already some coastal areas are retreating inland - although other areas are showing advances seaward. The ecological value of mangroves as buffer zones between the salt water environment and the fresh water distributaries is recognised. The rate of illegal mangrove clearance is a concern. This section covers a local village approach to protect and add to mangrove areas. The unit is summarised with a map and recognition of the top 10 world deltas. Clues are given so that students can cover the activity. A blank world map is provided and if help is needed a completed answer sheet is provided. However, don’t be too eager to use this. Allow your students to work through the clues to see how close they can get to the correct and complete table and world delta placements.
KPolkinghorne
Art Project - Antarctica Themed - Ideal Cover Lessons / Short Project - 7-8  Lesson Tasks

Art Project - Antarctica Themed - Ideal Cover Lessons / Short Project - 7-8 Lesson Tasks

Art Project - Antarctica Themed - Ideal Long term Cover Lessons / Short Project - 7-8 Lesson Tasks 27 slides of resources, lesson activities, worksheets, linked learning questions KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Develop the ability to ANALYSE pictures/information to inspire ideas Develop the skill of drawing in PROPORTION Develop the knowledge of using TINT & SHADE to mix new colours Experiment with LINE drawing Explore Creative Outcomes LEARNING OUTCOMES Artist Study Worksheet Artic Colouring Artist copy Polar bear Proportion drawing Cartoon Penguin Proportion drawing Colour mixing outcomes – Acrylic & Watercolour Abstract Icebergs – Line Drawings Silhouette Sponge Painting Final Artistic outcome
merk90
Meteorology Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson Weather Geography

Meteorology Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson Weather Geography

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet on the theme of 'Meteorology'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Endangered animals and conservation issues

Endangered animals and conservation issues

I have bundled together ten resources which focus on endangered animals and conservation issues . Polar bears, sea turtles and albatrosses all face particular problems in our seas and oceans. These resources take a look at these creatures and how they are adapted to their natural environment and what steps we must take in order for them to survive in greater numbers. The problem of plastic waste is a recurring theme in several of these resources. This bundle includes quizzes, comprehensions , poetry and puzzles which will engage pupils and inspire them to do their own independent research. Suitable for ages 7 and upwards.
jlimb
Albatrosses, Attenborough and the problem of plastic waste

Albatrosses, Attenborough and the problem of plastic waste

This animated Powerpoint presents pupils with information about the wandering albatross and the problems it faces with fishing boats and plastic waste. Pupils will learn about this endangered bird with its enormous wing span and how it glides across the Southern Ocean for huge distances in search of food. Pupils are asked to consider the challenges this creature faces in its quest for food and hear David Attenborough's warning about pollution in our seas and oceans as brought to our attention in the Blue Planet series. Students are asked to create their own eye catching poster and to use their persuasive writing skills in order to redress the problem of plastic waste. I include a puzzle entitled Planet Patrol concerning conservation issues as an added extra. All answers are provided.A word document is also included concerning the problem of plastic waste and includes some advice from Greenpeace. Pupils are asked to contribute their own ideas by adding to the list. These resources are intended to promote discussion and will encourage independent research and further investigation. Suitable for ages 8+
jlimb
Save the sea turtles informative writing and the problem of plastic waste.

Save the sea turtles informative writing and the problem of plastic waste.

This animated Powerpoint presents pupils with information about the endangered leatherback sea turtle and highlights the problems faced by this creature as its numbers decline. One of the problems it faces is plastic pollution which is all too prevalent in our seas and oceans. Plastic bags are mistaken for the jelly-fish that the turtles love to eat. Worrying statistics are given about the growing problem of plastic in the ocean environment and a quote from Sir David Attenborough is displayed to highlight the need to act with some urgency before it is too late. The resource will prove useful alongside clips from the Blue Planet series and should inspire further research, provocative posters and persuasive writing. I include information in a word document which could be easily used as a homework task or for further research on sea turtles. The planet patrol wordsearch contains over twenty interlocked words in a grid concerning conservation issues and could be easily differentiated to suit different abilities. All answers provided. Included is a word document about the problem with plastic waste and includes some advice from Greenpeace. Students are invited to contribute ideas of their own and to design a poster conveying this problem in our marine environments. Suitable for ages 8+
jlimb
Assessing for Prior Knowledge - 'Stand on the Line' Activity

Assessing for Prior Knowledge - 'Stand on the Line' Activity

The ‘Stand on the Line’ activity can be used as a barometer to test students’ prior knowledge - the focus of this lesson is the the human impact on ecosystems. Read a set of statements to students then use the additional notes provided to engage students in further conversation around each point.
TheTeachersFriend
Polar bears in Peril information, comprehension and poetry

Polar bears in Peril information, comprehension and poetry

This animated Powerpoint explains how polar bears are adapted to their Arctic environment in several ways. Pupils are presented with the information and then given questions to answer concerning the text. They have two poems about polar bears to analyse and to compare, considering which one they prefurr (pun intended). Finally, pupils are asked to think about the problems polar bears are facing and to contemplate the bigger picture concerning global warming. I include word documents which complement the Powerpoint which could be used as a homework activity or for further research into endangered animals. The word search has over twenty interlinked words to find concerning conservation and global warming issues and could be easily differentiated to suit differing abilities. Answers are included. Further resources can be found in my shop regarding other endangered animals. This resource is suitable for ages 8+
jlimb
Sea Animal Clip Art - Colour and B/w Sea Creatures

Sea Animal Clip Art - Colour and B/w Sea Creatures

This big sea life clip art pack contains 29 cute and colourful images of sea animals. The images are available both in colour, and in black and white outline, in png format at 300 dpi for transparent backgrounds and good resolution. This pack includes the following animals: dolphin, whale, shark, fish, tropical fish, eel, seahorse, starfish, lobster, crab, coral, seal, walrus, penguin, seagull, pelican, turtle, sea anemone, sea urchin, clam, scallop, prawn, sea otter, orca (killer whale), stingray, squid, jellyfish, octopus and hermit crab. The following files are provided: • Colour • Black and white outline with white fill • Black and white outline, transparent (no fill) Terms of Use Leebling graphics are licensed for personal and commercial educational use. Commercial educational use: You may use these images commercially to create teaching resources for sale. These resources must be created by you and contain teaching content other than these images. They can be used for pdfs, smartboard or Powerpoint but must be secured or flattened so that the images cannot be extracted. They can also be used for Boom cards. Credit should be given to Leebling with a link to my store. Personal use: These graphics may be used in teaching materials or decorations for your own classroom or other crafts and activities for your own personal non-commercial use. Full terms and conditions are given with the download.
Leebling
Waves - Bundle Everything

Waves - Bundle Everything

This Bundle includes; Lesson Presentation – Waves Lesson Presentation – Sound Waves Lesson Presentation – Electromagnetic Waves (Spectrum) Lesson Presentation – Seismic Waves (Earthquake etc...) Lesson Presentation – Dispersion of Light (Colors and Filters) PUZZLE – Wave Properties (Introduction to Waves) PUZZLE – Sound Waves PUZZLE – Electromagnetic Waves (Spectrum) Quick Review for Exam – Sound Waves Quick Review for Exam – Electromagnetic Waves Quick Review for Exam – Seismic Waves (Earthquake etc...) QUIZ – Sound Waves Question Bank – Dispersion of Light (Colors and Filters) Revision Worksheet – Dispersion of Light (Colors and Filters) Summary Presentation - Waves
veyselbiga
Waves - PPT - Summary Presentation

Waves - PPT - Summary Presentation

This resource includes 31 slides; - Mechanical WAVES; - Spring waves - Water waves - Sound waves - Sound revision - Seismic waves (Earthquake etc.) - Tsunami - Electromagnetic WAVES; - Applications of EMW - Longitudinal Waves - Transverse Waves - REFRACTION of Waves - DIFFRACTION of Waves Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt, Alpine Script, AND Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
Bertram Bile: The Ghostly Fleet (Book 5)

Bertram Bile: The Ghostly Fleet (Book 5)

A short story set along the River Thames, for students aged 8 and above. There is a new story available each day, and each story is available to download for free for the first five days (Repeats every 90 days). Ebook (http://amzn.to/2mFXmAR), and print versions available in regular text and giant print text. Each short story can be read alone, or as part of the series. Can be tied in with a free Skype in the Classroom session for World Book Day and World Read Aloud Day, or to invite an author into your classroom (https://education.microsoft.com/Story/SkypeLesson/?token=BBGDV) "What could possibly go wrong on a school field trip with your favourite geography teacher? Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Bertram Bile and best friend Molly. This episode is based on the two sources of the River Thames. It takes place at Grid Reference ST980994 #Bertram&Molly
sarah277