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.
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. Fly to your address or now you can even view the night sky. It can help children understand what a map view is.
The Learning Zone provides short videos which have been selected to match the curriculum for use in primary and secondary schools. It seems to have more resources for Key Stage 2. There is a useful search facility.
These materials from Oxfam provide 5 days of activities, for 9 - 11 year olds, that provide an overview of the causes and consequences of climate change, and help teachers to explore its impact on everyone. Ideal for the Summer week after SATs.
Captivating Climates from Young Science Investigators helps pupils aged 7 to 11 learn about their environment while developing their investigative science skills. Great animations, free posters and worksheets. Register to access these fantastic materials.
A super free children's encyclopedia designed for 7 - 12 year olds from Globio. It is easy to use, it is colourful and there are great images. An added bonus is that there is no advertising on the site.
Great copyright free images from Worcestershire LEA. Categories include: Human Geography, Physical Geography, Buildings (homes), Culture, Seaside and Transport. The photographs would be useful teaching aids on an interactive whiteboard.
Energy Nation consists of a set of online activities set around electricity generation, safety and usage, plus a classroom pack of photocopiable support materials. Great on an interactive whiteboard.
Energy World challenges students to look at energy from a national through to a global perspective. There are online activities which lend themselves to use on an interactive whiteboard and teacher support materials.
A truly amazing site! The world of geography at your fingertips. Information, with super photographs and video clips. Whilst the text is more suitable for older students the visual resources can be used with all ages.