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.
carrielou
Weather Around the World Profiles

Weather Around the World Profiles

Set of six profiles of people who like different climates, have different hobbies etc. Can be laminated and used for group work/display as per QCA unit Weather Around the World.
prittstick
Y3 Weather Around the World Profiles

Y3 Weather Around the World Profiles

Set of 6 profile cards for people who like different climates, have different hobbies etc to be used with Weather Around World QCA unit. Can be laminated and used for group work, display etc.
prittstick
The Seven Summits posters and booklet

The Seven Summits posters and booklet

Posters and booklet about the Seven Summits which could be used during 'The Mountain Environment' topic. Stick posters around the room and ask children to move around the room to read the posters and then complete the booklet. For differentiation, some pages/questions could be removed from the booklet or the teacher could accompany an individual/group.
gillimac
Animal pictures with Swahili words

Animal pictures with Swahili words

Great for Where in the World topic or Contrasting Localities. Made after a trip to Kenya. My children loved learning Swahili and picked up words really quickly. Most of the photos I took myself!!!
ptaylor
Waterfalls

Waterfalls

Waterfalls are perhaps the most spectacular erosion feature of a river. This resource shows the effects of erosion caused by a waterfall over a period of time.
curriculumbits.com
Longshore Drift

Longshore Drift

Material is moved along the coastline by the waves. This is sometimes known as Longshore Drift. View the interactive diagram to find out more.
curriculumbits.com
Cliff and Wave Cut Platforms

Cliff and Wave Cut Platforms

Cliffs are formed when Destructive Waves attack the bottom of the rock face between the high and low water mark. The area under attack is eroded using the major processes of coastal erosion.
curriculumbits.com