Locational knowledge teaching resources: United Kingdom

Resources and ideas for geography, locational knowledge, united kingdom, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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KS3 KS2 Geography Scheme of Work - Bundle Pack - Outstanding!

KS3 KS2 Geography Scheme of Work - Bundle Pack - Outstanding!

Save over 30% with this fantastic Geography bundle. Four separate packages which include lesson plans, PowerPoint slides and other resources! Save yourself HOURS of work!Topics include:- Rivers- Climate Change- Coastal Erosion- Tourism- Volcanoes

By scott209

London landmarks factsheets

London landmarks factsheets

I do a whole topic on London in the Spring term and got bored looking for age-appropriate non-fiction resources for the children to get information from so I made these myself.

By Volvic42

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Weather - Scheme of work, whole unit

Weather - Scheme of work, whole unit

Geography unit of work for KS3Lessons include:L1 - Introduction to weather/How does weather impact the lives of peopleL2 - Measuring WeatherL3 - Rainfall and Clouds (Includes Videos) L4 - Why is our weather so changeableL5 and 6 - Boscastle FloodsL7 - Climate and Climate GraphsL8 - Factors that influence ClimateL9 - Assessment - Attached. All lessons include PowerPoint. Worksheets are also available. Assessment also available.

By superdisco

Topic planning 'Castles'

Topic planning 'Castles'

6 weeks of cross curricular planning on the topic ‘Castles’. Includes topic web, continuous provision web, 6 weeks of topic plans, 6 weeks literacy plans linked to topic and 6 weeks numeracy plans linked to topic. Planning includes Continuous Provision areas, so could be useful for EY and Year 1.

By comenius

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Matching Pairs Interactive Game Creator

Matching Pairs Interactive Game Creator

A fun and competitive interactive whiteboard game in which two teams take it in turns to match tiles. The game automatically scores and has a built in timer in the event of a draw. Students really enjoy the competitiveness. This game won a Microsoft innovation award. Very strongly recommended for all ages. This template allows you to make your own interactive whiteboard games. Making your own game should take about five minutes.A bonus matching pairs pictures template is included so you can include pictures and diagrams in your games.Nineteen exemplar Matching Pairs Games are included with editing enabled to let you customise them.Updated April 2015 to contain a one player timer and improved feedback to responses.There are many free examples of Matching Pairs Games to try before you buy. Please visit my shop; https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/bennyjohn5bennyjohn5@hotmail.com

By bennyjohn5

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ESL Bundle ESL Teaching Pack

ESL Bundle ESL Teaching Pack

A lovely collection of different ESL Teaching Resources to teach a wide range of ages and skills. There is something for everyone in this collection. You will be able to get your class talking!

By peterfogarty

Barnaby Bear's trip to London

Barnaby Bear's trip to London

A PowerPoint presentation showing Barnaby Bear’s scrapbook from his visit to London.As well as fitting in with’Where in the world is Barnaby Bear’, I plan to use this to introduce my class to what London is like now prior to teaching about the Great Fire of London.

By carrielou

Geography Unit 7 Weather Around the World

Geography Unit 7 Weather Around the World

This is a complete set of: Introduction, Medium Term Plan, nine Lesson Plans and associated photocopiable Resource Sheets for Unit 7, Weather Around the World from the QCA SoW for Geography, KS2.

By rbinnie1

Labelling the United Kingdom

Labelling the United Kingdom

I made this after struggling to find a similar activity! Allows children to discover the names of the different countries and the capitals of the UK. Give children an atlas and see if they can find them before revealing whether they are right or wrong. Worked like a treat and built up some great atlas skills!!

By hannah_ball297

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Elementary School Bundle

Elementary School Bundle

Are you looking for elementary teaching resources for ESL students? Are you looking for a way to boost your students reading, speaking and listening. This set of teaching resources will help you. Try them today.

By peterfogarty

Locating the UK & What the various flags represent

Locating the UK & What the various flags represent

Labelling the 4 countries of the UK - Flag of St George, St Andrews, St Patrick & the Welsh Dragon - The Union Jack Flag to colour in.There is basic information on the UK and the development of the UK flag together with worksheets. Please adapt to suit lessons.The cut/paste activity has been taken from Curriculum Bank (Scholastics) - Geography KS1 Text.I have not included Southern Ireland as part of the UK. The location of Southern Ireland is shown so that educators and children can see where Northern Ireland is located.

By Ro_Milli0110

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European Bundle

European Bundle

Here is a mix of different teaching resources about Europe. This pack includes visual images of different places around Europe, perfect for any compare and contrast activities. I have also included resources about the Brexit and Racial Discrimination within the UK (The videos discuss the attitudes of some of the British to EU workers in the UK).

By peterfogarty

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KS3 Geography - 3 years of teaching

KS3 Geography - 3 years of teaching

This bundle contains 205 lessons and is suitable for teaching the whole of KS3 Geography. If bought alongside the AQA GCSE bundle you can buy a whole 5 years of teaching resources. Recommended sequence: Year 7 Map Skills Rainforests Settlement Rivers UK, Weather and Climate Year 8 Coasts Extreme Environments Tourism Natural Hazards Fragile Environments Year 9 The Gambia: Learning Through Enquiry Development Gap Energy Population The Challenge of Natural Hazards

By thisisgeography

The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom

This is actually intended as Lesson One of an Around the World unit for my year 1 Geography, but it would work well as a stand-alone introduction to the British Isles. It provides a simple introduction to the United Kingdom, with facts about England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, as well as a mini-assessment at the end with true/false statements the children can answer, based on the learning they have just done.

By sophieklimt

Geography Quiz - using atlases

Geography Quiz - using atlases

A set of quizzes I used as a coming-in activity for Year 4. There are 5 questions on each, the fifth being slightly harder and more open-ended for the more able. The questions cover all the locational knowledge requirements of the National Curriculum. Quiz 1, 2, 3 cover GB/UK. Quiz 4 and 5 cover Europe (the World will be added soon!) Topics also inlcuded: assessment; paperwork.

By Pebbles71

Map of seaside towns in the British Isles

Map of seaside towns in the British Isles

Worksheet showing an outline map of the British Isles, with Manchester, Edinburgh, London, Oxford and various seaside towns marked on it. Y1 Seaside topic I used it for children to colour the coast and identify which seaside town was nearest our home town (Oxford).

By indigo987

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ESL Super Bundle

ESL Super Bundle

Here are lots of different fun teaching resources for students who are learning to speak English as a second language, or for students who want to revise and improve their understanding of English. This is perfect for both an home or school setting.

By peterfogarty

KS2 Prehistory teacher's kit for KS1 and KS2

KS2 Prehistory teacher's kit for KS1 and KS2

This teacher’s kit looks at ways to use prehistory to support a local study. This kit helps pupils understand how sites are excavated and how this helps our understanding of the past. This kit supports schemes of work for history in KS1 and KS2 and also suggests other cross curricular links to support the development of children’s chronological understanding, historical enquiry, organisation and communication.

By EnglishHeritage

The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom

These are some activity sheets I made for my Y4/5 class but could be adapted to different ages. There are 2 versions of each sheet (HA and LA). The aim is for children to know the difference between the UK, Great Britain and the British Isles, as well as finding out about the history of the Union Jack. The children used to support and information finding activity using the woodland junior website.

By louisebushby

The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom

A powerpoint to explain the individual countries within the United Kingdom and their respective flags.

By frizz

Anglo-Saxon cross-curricular activity pack - planning and resources for 10 lessons

Anglo-Saxon cross-curricular activity pack - planning and resources for 10 lessons

A fun and engaging activity pack. These 10 lessons can be done individually or stretched into longer learning journeys. Planning - a brief description of 10 cross-curricular activities linked to: art, English, maths, history and geography. Activities - resources linked to Anglo-Saxon times, including writing coded messages in Runes, understanding the story of St. Cuthbert and designing a Sutton Hoo mask. There is also a useful list of Anglo-Saxon related websites attached. If you do have any questions or need any support, please send me a message. *My resources always take me a lot of time and effort to create so I hope that they help to save you some precious time - please do review my resources. Thank you!*

By landoflearning

EAL/SEN/Primary- The Black Death and Magna Carta Bundle- Medieval Britain

EAL/SEN/Primary- The Black Death and Magna Carta Bundle- Medieval Britain

Four history lessons for the price of two! The first two PowerPoint lessons and worksheets are essentially designed for EAL/SEN students, ensuring they learn the key words and basic outlines of the Magna Carta and Black Death. The lesson particularly can be used with lower ability students. The PowerPoint includes: 1. Pictures along side key words 2. clearly defined tasks 3. Extension questions for more able 4. Drama activity for the Black Death The worksheets includes: 1. Keywords with pictures 2. Word search with keywords 3. Video questions ( link included on worksheet and PowerPoint) 4. Comprehension tasks In addition to your fantastic differentiated Medieval lessons, are two more lessons introducing the key events in the past of both Loughborough and Leicester. The two cities lie at the heart of England and the lessons can be used to teach history locally or delve into Leicester's historical value and connection to Richard lll. Activities include: Class reading information sheets Timeline Question and answer Lesson plan that can be adapted to both lessons Extension activities for more able

By Kahlonsworkshop

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Tourism

Tourism

Full unit of work for tourism. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Homework's integrated into lessons where appropriate.Most suitable for KS3 geography.All lessons have a starter and lesson objectives. All PowerPoints in the same style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.ukLesson sequence:1 - What is tourism?2 - The growth of tourism3 - What attracts tourists to different destination?4 - British tourism5 - What are the impacts of tourism in National Parks?6 - Declining tourism in Britain 7 - History and tourism8 - The impact of tourism9 - Jobs in the tourist industry10 - Ski resorts11 - Tourism in Kenya12 - Sustainable tourism13 - Sustainable tourism in Peru14 - Does tourism cause conflict?

By thisisgeography