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Geography of the World (Bundle)

Geography of the World (Bundle)

Let’s learn about the Countries, Capitals and Geographic Features of the World! This bundle includes the following units: - North America - South America - Europe - Africa - Australia & Oceania - Asia The World’s countries, capitals, geographic features and attractions are addressed in these units with a wide variety of fun activities such as puzzles, crosswords, word searches, gap-fills and many others. The units also include additional map quizzes of different levels, maps, answer sheets and an answer keys. You might also like these Geography worksheets: Europe South America North America Africa Asia Oceania & Australia The Middle East Western Europe Southeast Asia

By willemmacau

Exploring St Lucia

Exploring St Lucia

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit Exploring St Lucia. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk

By eddiebray

Developing Global Thinkers An IB PYP Inquiry into Flags of the World

Developing Global Thinkers An IB PYP Inquiry into Flags of the World

Global Thinkers are internationally minded. They are knowledgeable about the world that they live in. They ask questions about the world. They are knowledgeable about different cultures and their traditions.. They are open-minded to the differences in our world. This inquiry based activity was designed for 3rd-6th grades to learn about the world through their flags, using the IB PYP Learner Profile and Key Concepts as the focus of thinking. USA &UK spelling. The activity takes the form of a Global Passport. The pages can be mixed and matched and created into a booklet. Easy to differentiate. As the flags are introduced to the children, they will complete the pages of the passport, developing their research skills and knowledge of the countries in question. This can be completed over the course of the school year as flags are introduced, as a collaborative group/partner activity within another unit of inquiry, independent homework assignment or a geography and mapping activity. The options are endless. Included: 10 mix and match, print and go pages Front and back cover for the Global Passport Log for recording countries explored. Certificate of completion for Global Thinkers A whole class activity for international mindedness Selection of 36 world flags to use as reference slides or for cutting and gluing into the passport. Teacher instructions and student’s examples. You can find many more inquiry based ideas and resources on my blog and in my store. Enjoy! Susan Powers www.PYPteachingtools.com

By susanpowers09

KS3 Geography: general knowledge quiz

KS3 Geography: general knowledge quiz

A PowerPoint quiz of 40 geography general knowledge questions - followed by the answers - for self/peer assessment. Used as an end-of-term activity, topics include: Round 1: What is the key word being described? Round 2: Which country is in the image? Round 3: Name the country from its outline Round 4: Name the geographic feature Round 5: Name the geographic feature: dingbat edition Round 6: Name the country: dingbat edition Round 7: Name the continent (beware: you may have to turn your head a little!) Round 8: Which country is this national dress from? Score sheet attached at bottom of PPT, and separately. Answers also attached in a MS Word doc. See my TES shop for all other resources.

By Leah_McFarlane

Top Trumps - OCEANIA (Geography Game)

Top Trumps - OCEANIA (Geography Game)

A set of 14 Top Trumps cards of the independent countries in Oceania. Completely FREE and effectively a sample of what is within the other Top Trump sets. Ideal for KS3 Geography. The numbers on the cards are for each country's population (2017), population density, area (km squared), net migration and life expectancy.

By markalanwilliams10

End of Year Geography Quiz

End of Year Geography Quiz

A Geography quiz made up of 5 separate rounds: 1. Famous Landmarks 2. Flags of the World 3. Movie title round 4. Country outlines 5. Megacity Locations The total for the quiz is 50. This quiz could be used with a KS3 or KS4 class. Answer sheet is attached and all answers are listed at the end of the PowerPoint. Ideal for the last week of term.

By amac89

Fantastic Places - Scheme of Work

Fantastic Places - Scheme of Work

This is a geography SoW primarily aimed at KS3 but can be adapted to suit KS2 or KS4. The bundle contains eight lessons, one h/w booklet, one revision lesson and one assessment lesson. All are packed full of high quality resources and challenging (but fun!) activities. Please down load the Free lesson on the North Pole to see what the standard of the lesson is like. A well made and well structured SoW.

By laumorrow

Easter Island - Fantastic Places

Easter Island - Fantastic Places

This can be used as a stand alone lesson about Easter Island or it can be used in the Fantastic places unit of work (also available in my shop). This lesson looks at Easter Island and how the greed and stupidity of it's people nearly destroyed the island. This is an important story and can teach us lessons about the world we live in today. The students will get a chance to practice their analytical skills and will have a deeper look at the history of Easter Island. The final task gets the students to use empathy to illustrate the key turning points in the islands history. This lesson includes a bell activity, a starter, main activities, plenary and homework. It also features differentiated activities for the less able. A fun and colourful lesson.

By laumorrow

Where in the world is that river?

Where in the world is that river?

A nice little starter that will get students making some links with different approaches across cultures and hook up with their Geography. There is a trick one also to get them guessing. They will enjoy spotting the countries as some are easier to identify than others. Useful for links between Art and Geography, so can be used as a starter in either or in form tutor time

By ArtThinking