Explore the globe with our Geography primary resources. National Geographic have stories, features and interviews from around the world, which are ideal for KS1 and KS2 teaching ideas.
From peculiar places to wild weather, National Geographic Kids has teaching resources that support a range of curriculum-aligned Geography topics. Guide pupils in evaluating evidence of climate change, or uncover the relationship between the weather and the water cycle. They also have Geography fun facts that are great to use for Foundation Stage (EYFS) learning.
A group of teachers with one thing in common - we all have a passion for the subject of Geography. Through collecting great examples of bringing the subject alive, and sharing them on this website, we aim to develop a love for the subject of Geography in children around the world.
Any budding geographers will be delighted by this site which offers all sorts of practical modelling activities, including templates too! Rivers, coasts, volcanoes, earthquakes - what's not to like!
The school have free access until July 2020.
User name: NG340NX
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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