The best, free Interactive Whiteboard Resources

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Geography - Key Stage 2 (7-11 year olds)


Google Earth

A truly amazing download which combines satellite imagery, maps and terrain to let you view the world's geography at the click of a mouse. It can help children understand map views.


This site explores Scotland's landscapes and develops mapping skills. Aimed at 7 - 9 year olds, the mapping section is simply superb. The landscapes looked at are islands, rivers, lochs and seas and highlands. Illustrated with annoted photographs.

Mapping our World

Bring key geographical concepts to life with Oxfam's free teaching resource for interactive whiteboards. Mapping our World helps pupils explore the difference between a map and a globe, and how different map projections affect how we see the world.

Grid References

This resource is about grid references and how to locate one on a map. It also covers basic Ordnance Survey symbols. Designed for Year 4 and 5 children (ages 8 to 10).

Compass Points

This site can help children to understand different compass directions.

Get Lost

A short game requiring compass skills. It could be used on an interactive whiteboard to demonstrate how to navigate using a compass.