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A useful explanation about volcanoes from BBC Bitesize. It includes footage of erupting volcanoes and animations with explanatory information.BBC Higher Bitesize Revision
Higher Bitesize is a revision site especially for those students taking the Scottish higher examinations.Discovering Antarctica
Superb interactive teaching and learning resources on Antarctica from the Royal Geography Society. Great facts, information on the issues facing this last great wilderness, brilliant images for educational use, videos and more.Cambridge International Examinations Study Resources
Cambridge University has developed this excellent support site with exam help resources. There is advice, study checklists, past papers, syllabusus and exam information for students taking their GCSE, A and AS level examinations.Practical Action
Excellent geography teaching resources from Practical Action who use technology to challenge poverty in developing countries. There are videos, case studies, photos and more.Rainforest Alliance
Look inside and see the many wonders of the Rainforest and learn about the plants, animals and peoples that live there. Match the creatures to the many layers of the Rainforest and trace the production of bananas, coffee and chocolate.Rainforest Dioramas
A super idea if you are studying rainforests. This website shows how to make a 3D model of a rainforest in a shoebox.Rainforest Animals
Great pictures of some of the wonderful animals which live in the rainforest. The concise facts on some of them is ideal for primary aged children.Cool Antarctica
Simply the best website about Antarctica that we know of. It has stacks of free to use pictures and is bursting with facts about Antarctica and its animals. It also includes the history of exploration, the climate and environmental issues.Pirate Bunnies World Adventures
Discover the seven continents on the map, find the world’s five oceans and sail your ship north, east, south and west to get to the treasure.