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Identifying the world's major mountain ranges - KS2

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This lesson is part of Mountain Environments, a Geography unit designed for students in upper KS2 (Y4-6). First the presentation introduces some of the most famous mountain ranges from around the world. The differentiated activity then challenges students to locate the world’s mountain ranges and encourages them to use and explore atlases. It is recommended that students do the activity in pairs. Easier – Students identify the world’s famous mountain ranges (less writing). Medium – Students identify the world’s famous mountain ranges (first letter clues) Harder – Students identify the world’s famous mountain ranges (no clues) If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Mountain Environments - KS2

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Mountain Environments is a Geography unit suitable for KS2 (Y4-6) and has everything you need for covering a mountains topic. The planning overview, topic title page and vocabulary page can be downloaded for free here. Lessons include: L1 – Identifying the key features of mountains L2 – Identifying the world’s major mountain ranges L3 – Locating the world’s famous mountains using latitude and longitude L4 – Understanding how fold mountains are formed L5 – Investigating the structure of a volcano (FREE) L6 – Researching famous world mountains (FREE) L7 – Investigating mountain climates Each lesson includes a presentation and differentiated activities/worksheets. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Volcanoes & Earthquakes - KS2

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Volcanoes & Earthquakes is an exciting extended Geography unit designed for students in KS2. The planning overview, topic title page and vocabulary page can be downloaded for free here. Lessons include: L1 – Understanding the structure of the Earth L2 – Investigating the structure of a volcano (FREE) L3 – Locating the world’s famous volcanoes L4 – Investigating the five deadly features of a volcanic eruption L5 – Understanding tectonic plates L6 – Exploring the effects of volcanic eruptions on Montserrat L7 – Why do people live near volcanoes? L8 – Understanding the causes of earthquakes L9 – Investigating the five deadly features of an earthquake L10 – Researching earthquakes using Wikipedia L11 – Locating the world’s biggest earthquakes using latitude & longitude L12 – Writing a fact file about a famous earthquake Each lesson includes a presentation and differentiated activities/worksheets. A FREE newspaper report template is also included in this unit. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Our World - KS1/KS2

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Our World is a comprehensive Geography topic about Planet Earth, suitable for KS1 and lower KS2 (Y1-3). The planning overview, topic title page and vocabulary page can be downloaded for free here. Lessons include: L1 – Completing a world map jigsaw L2 – Identifying the continents and oceans of the world (FREE) L3 – Where do we live? L4 – Identifying human and natural features of the world L5 – Investigating satellite photos of famous world landmarks L6 – Introduction to compass directions L7 – Identifying world climate zones L8 – Identifying the countries and capitals of the UK (FREE) Each lesson includes a presentation and differentiated activities/worksheets. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Geography plan and resources - Europe

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Europe plan 8 lesson plan that focuses on a range of topics related to Europe. Lesson 1 - What is Europe like? Lesson 2 - Countries in Europe Lesson 3 - Fact file on a country in Europe Lesson 4 - Capital cities Lesson 5 - Population and currency Lesson 6 - Temperature Lesson 7 - Mountains in Europe Lesson 8 - Landmarks (persuasive writing) Initially planned for Year 4 but could be adapted for other year groups.
Polar Explorers Knowledge Organiser!Quick View
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Polar Explorers Knowledge Organiser!

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This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for KS1 students learning about the Arctic and Antarctic, as a part of their study of place, human and physical geography. It contains comprehensive sections on: Overview; Maps; Arctic (terrain, weather patterns, climate, animals); Antarctic (terrain, weather patterns, climate, animals); Polar Exploration Timeline; Key Vocabulary. The organiser is designed to help children to learn the relevant place, human and physical geography knowledge from the Geography National Curriculum. It is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
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Rivers Knowledge Organiser!

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This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students revising knowledge relating to rivers, as a part of their study of physical geography. It contains comprehensive sections on: Overview; Diagram and Terminology; Notable Rivers; Important Facts; World’s Longest Rivers; Key Vocabulary. The organiser is designed to help children to learn the relevant physical geography knowledge from the KS2 Geography National Curriculum, however it can be adapted for other age groups if necessary. The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
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How a fossil is formed foldable sequencing activity KS2

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Teach the stages of fossilisation with this folding ammonite craft. Ammonites were pre-historic sea creatures with tentacles and a spiral shell. Their fossils can be found all over the world in many different types of sedimentary rock! This activity is designed to complement the KS2 science curriculum and is a fun alternative to a standard fossils worksheet. There are 4 similar templates to choose from for this foldable activity: Colour the images, cut out and fold Colour the images, cut out the words and sequence them, glue the words in place, cut and fold. Colour the images, cut out the words and pictures, sequence, glue, cut and fold. Larger version of template 3 (over 2 pages). When closed, you’ll just see the large fossil ammonite but when opened, the fossilisation process will be revealed! You can see a finished example on my Facebook page here. Instructions for pupils are provided (including a picture showing how to fold) as well as some questions for a whole class discussion. Some suggested answers are provided for this. US and UK versions are included. Please note this resource is not editable.
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3D Biomes Project

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This project is a great addition to your habitats or ecosystems unit. It can be used as a supplemental learning resource or as an alternative assessment. It includes 8 vibrantly colored biome posters in addition to the cube biome pages. Detailed step-by-step assembly instructions are also provided. This resource includes eight different biomes. When assembled, each 3-D biome cube contains four biomes. It is at the teacher’s discretion to make this an individual or group project, and whether students pick the biomes they want to work on or if they are assigned. The biome pictures contain enough details to show students the main features of each, while leaving room to draw in additional plants and animals to demonstrate an understanding of each biome. On the front of each cube side, students write a description of the biome as well as listing plants and animals found there and the locations where the biome exists. And, these finished resources will look great when displayed in your classroom! The following biomes are included: ★ Rainforest Biome ★ Grassland Biome ★ Marine Biome ★ Desert Biome ★ Freshwater Biome ★ Tundra Biome ★ Deciduous Forest Biome ★ Taiga Biome (Boreal Forest) Four biomes go on each “cube.” They actually form triangular prisms, but I’m counting the air inside each where kids can add pop-up animals, modeling clay, etc. so I call them cubes. :) Enjoy! ~ SunnyDaze on TPT
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Exploring St Lucia - KS2

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Exploring St Lucia is a Geography unit designed for students in KS2. As a tropical island in the Caribbean, St Lucia is great for teaching about a contrasting non-European country. The planning overview, topic title page and vocabulary page can be downloaded for free here. Lessons include: L1 – Locating St Lucia in the Caribbean L2 – Identifying the human and physical features of St Lucia L3 – Investigating satellite photos of St Lucia L4 – Using compass directions to locate places in St Lucia L5 – Comparing the weather of St Lucia and the UK L6 – Comparing St Lucia with the UK Each lesson includes a presentation and differentiated activities/worksheets. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Geography KS1 Whole Scheme of Work

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**Primary Geography Key Stage one SOW National Curriculum full scheme of work ** I have included everything you need to cover the key stage 1 Geography National Curriculum. It has taken me over 90 hours to create everything. My aim is to improve the transition for primary to secondary geography. Suitable for a nonspecialist. The work is divided into 12 sections. There are interactive, vibrant power points, maps, worksheets, starters, recaps/plenaries, lesson plans, IT activities word maps & fieldwork opportunities. Each power point can be adapted to meet the needs of your learners. To help SEN students I have included a variety of learning styles. All font is in Comic sans, to support dyslexic learners. The scheme of work can be easily adapted to meet the needs of higher level learners. There are two differentiated assessments. An interim assessment at the end of section 5 and after section 12. A student revision exam poster. Print out the beautiful colourful word mats. They look great in colour, double sided and laminated. Also includes IT activities and fieldwork opportunities. Includes the following topics: • Locate the seven continents • Locate the five oceans • Use atlases, globes and maps • Use compass directions • Locate hot and cold areas across the world • Study of the UK – including location and characteristics • Countries in the UK, capital cities and water areas • Key stage 1 interim exam • Weather in the UK- including weather patterns • Seasons in the UK • Introduction of physical geography • Introduction of human geography • Look at National Parks in the UK and Kenya • Comparing similarities and differences of human and physical geography • Looking at similar and differences • Drawing a simple sketch map • Fieldwork activities- aerial photographs, sketching, types of geography & bar graphs • IT activities Students will have everything they need to start key stage 2 geography. I will be uploading key stage 2 in a couple of months time (when I have finished making it). I hope your students love learning geography :)
Antarctica Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!Quick View
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Antarctica Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

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This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students revising knowledge relating to Antarctica, as a part of their study of physical and human geography. It contains comprehensive sections on: Overview and Map; Areas and Territories of Antarctica; Longest Rivers; Highest Mountains; Human Geography Features; Physical Geography Features. The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included). The resource is most suitable for students in KS2 or KS3.
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Layers of the soil KS2 foldable activity

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The activity Review the layers of the soil beneath our feet with this differentiated foldable activity. This fun alternative to a worksheet allows pupils to order the layers in the soil profile with either descriptions or name labels. There’s also an option for pupils to write descriptions in the boxes. The templates There are 3 template options to choose from: Colour the layers of soil, cut out the names or descriptions of the layers, glue, cut, and fold. Colour the layers of soil, cut out the pictures of the layers with their descriptions, arrange them on the template, glue, cut, and fold. Colour the layers of soil, write descriptions for each layer, cut, and fold. No glue is required for this option. Curriculum links This activity is most suited to KS2 children (particularly as part of the ‘rocks’ area of the science curriculum). ‘Recognise that soils are made from rocks and organic matter’. US and UK paper sizes are included. Please note that this is not an editable resource. Layers of the soil are not presented to scale.
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The Water Cycle

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An animated and child-friendly Power point to help children learn about the water cycle. Hope this is useful :) For Twitter updates for my new resources, please follow: @TheStorySeed For more free resources: www.TheStorySeed.com
Huge Primary Geography Knowledge Organisers Bundle!Quick View
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Huge Primary Geography Knowledge Organisers Bundle!

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These clear, detailed and visually-appealing resources offer a complete reference point for planning, learning and revising all areas of the entire Primary Geography National Curriculum. The KS1 knowledge organisers included are: -Polar Explorers; -The Seven Continents; -Oceans and Seas; -Capital Cities; -The United Kingdom; The KS2 knowledge organisers included are: -Rivers; -Rainforests; -Latitude and Longitude; -Human and Natural Disasters; -North America; -South America; -Europe; -Italy (European Comparison); -Greece (European Comparison); -Peru (South America Comparison); -London; There is also an organiser for each key stage that can be adapted for whichever area of local study you choose to cover (the templates provided focus on ‘Exploring Essex’ for KS1 and ‘East Anglia’ for KS2.) The organisers are separated into logical compartments, based on the key curriculum expectations. Each resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
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Volcanoes - KS2

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Volcanoes is an exciting Geography unit designed for students in KS2. The planning overview, topic title page and vocabulary page can be downloaded for free here. Lessons include: L1 – Understanding the structure of the Earth L2 – Investigating the structure of a volcano (FREE) L3 – Locating the world’s famous volcanoes L4 – Investigating the five deadly features of a volcanic eruption L5 – Understanding tectonic plates L6 – Exploring the effects of volcanic eruptions on Montserrat L7 – Why do people live near volcanoes? Each lesson includes a presentation and differentiated activities/worksheets. A FREE newspaper report template is also included in this unit. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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UNITED KINGDOM UK GB TEACHING RESOURCES -KS2-3 GEOGRAPHY MAPS WELSH LANGUAGE BRITISH ENGLISH

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Resources include: INFORMATION Information pack – including details about locations, key facts, how the name and flag came about, independence, geography, cities, rivers, lakes, mountains, famous places, industry, natural resources, national symbols, language, religion, famous people, royals and politicians, monarchy, Windsor castle. Fact cards – half A4 size landscape – great for reading or display Flag details diagram Geology information and map House types posters Tallest mountains posters with photos and information LANGUAGE Numbers 1-20 in English and Welsh on Welsh flags Days of the week flashcards in English and Welsh Months of the year flashcards in English and Welsh Phrases in Welsh – cards to read or display DISPLAY A4 title poster, long banner, large lettering, flag, buntings, key word cards, images, number flashcards with flags, compass, inventions posters, display borders. MAPS AND ACTIVITIES Maps of each country of the UK, outline map of each country and UK, maps of Europe / the world, map of rivers, cut and stick activity, map drawing activity PHOTO PACKS Landmarks photo pack Buildings and monuments photo pack Food of the UK photo pack Major cities photo pack General photo pack of things typically British ACTIVITIES All About the UK / England / Scotland / Wales / Northern Ireland – writing booklets Acrostic poem task, Alphabetical order worksheet, Colouring pages in general plus Elizabeth II and changing of the guard, diary, word search, quiz, passport and postcard template, writing pages and booklet cover, flags to colour, newspaper report to write, design a stamp, mind map, card matching game, counting task, airport role play resources, compass worksheets, writing, designing and drawing activities.
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Geography plan - Mountain and regions of the UK

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This plan consists of 5 lessons looking at the mountain and regions of the UK. The children have opportunities to plot the UK mountains on a map, plan a journey from one mountain to another and write a persuasive letter. This plan covered a terms worth of work for my Year 5 class. They really enjoyed this unit of work.
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Water Cycle

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'Thank you for my drink of water.' Ben drinks his water & thanks the glass but the glass replies that he shouldn't thank him as he only held the water - he must thank the one who gave him the water. So Ben thanks the ...tap ... é so on. The water cycle simply illustrated é ending with Ben thanking God for his drink of water.
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Teachers booklet with activities for 7-8 year olds

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The Great Plant Hunt develops children’s understanding of the natural world and is an ideal free resource to help you teach the primary science curriculum. In this teachers booklet you will find activities for 7-8 year-olds. They offer a range of opportunities for pupils to think critically. For fun extras and further information visit: http://www.greatplanthunt.org/yeargroup-3 The Great Plant Hunt is produced by Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and funded by the Wellcome Trust.
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Where I Live - Island, seaside, city, village

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Worksheets based on Wayland's Popcorn series Where I Live - 4 books that introduce how children live in different places in the UK. A photocopiable worksheet focuses on each place. Covers topics such as How does where you live change what you can do?, What is the local area like in a city, a village, by the seaside on in an island home? The books can be used for literacy, as they feature many examples of report text. Order copies of these books now at www.waylandbooks.co.uk and get 10% discount! Please enter promotional code DOWNLOAD10 at checkout to receive your discount.