This resource goes through how to use four and six figure grid references, powerpoint and map resource included.
This lesson goes over how height is shown on a map and gets students used to using and visualising contour lines.
This lesson goes through the three river processes- erosion, transportation and deposition, well suited for KS3. Students will learn about the key types of erosion and transportation and make notes and annotations in their books.
This lessons introduces map symbols for OS maps and gets pupils used to recognising map symbols.
This is an introduction to the topic rivers. The lesson includes a discussion of why rivers are important and begins to look at the upper, middle and lower course and features in these areas.
This lesson introduces the water cycle to pupils. Pupils match up key words to definitions. It goes through the cycle with pupils completing their own version of the water cycle. Pupils create their own story explaining how a water droplet moves through the water cycle.