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The journey of a river can be divided into three sections: upper, middle and lower. This site features video footage of rivers in the three stages and explains what happens in each stage.Landscapes
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.Something Fishy
A series of lessons on water and fish including how they differ from other animals. It looks at the features of different animals groups, food chains and the nutritional value of fish. The section on water would be good on an interactive whiteboard.Map Reading Skills for Children
Top ideas and tips on how to promote children's interest in reading maps. It includes free downloadable activity cards.Geography Dictionary and Glossary
Over 1400 terms are defined in this dictionary aimed at students who are studying geography or earth sciences.Coast Processes
An animation showing different types of coastal erosion such as hydraulic pressure, abrasion and attrition, and the landforms that they create. It explains how deposition and transport create beaches and spits.The Ballad of Lisa the Lemur
Lemurs are in danger as rainforests disappear. Listen to the song about Lemurs and see what is happening as rainforests are destroyed.El Salvador Geography Pack
Free KS2 El Salvador Geography pack including photo cards, classroom activities and an illustrated map and a free KS1 Bangladesh geography pack.Q-Files
Q-files is a subscription based online encyclopedia specially designed and written for children. It is also advert free and regularly updated.Fieldwork in Schools
information and instructions for a range of geography fieldwork techniques that can be used by students in different locations and settings. The resources can be used by teachers either as a teaching aid or by students as a revision aid.