News Tagged 'geography'

Conflict Around the World and Refugees

Posted by:

camp-syrian-refugeesConflict and the plight of refugees is constantly in the news these days and it is important for learners to start to understand what is happening in the World.

The UN Refugee Agency – has some games to help children understand what being a refugee is all about. There is also a page of teacher resources which will ...

Continue Reading →
0

The Water Cycle

Posted by:

 

water cycleWater Cycle Resources

KidZone Science – Offers a good water cycle page which explains key words clearly. They have a set of printable diagrams – one set of which can be coloured, helping to explain the processes involved. This site also has some lesson plans about the water cycle.

All about Oceans and Seas – From Enchanted Learning has useful diagrams to ...

Continue Reading →
0

Extreme Earth – Landslides

Posted by:

 

landslide 1Extreme Earth – Landslides. Landslides are part of the Earth’s happenings which we have no control over. They are always on hills and are often linked with heavy rains and snow melting where the excess water is absorbed into the top layer of the Earth’s structure, making it very heavy so that eventually it moves with dreadful effect. The landslide is so heavy it crushes and buries everything ...

Continue Reading →
0

Extreme Earth – Weather Links

Posted by:

Tornado Hero Image_WikimediaThis is a collection of extreme weather links for  teachers and pupils who may be studying weather, or undertaking an Extreme Earth topic in the classroom. If you know of any good sites to add, please let us know.

Extreme Weather in the UK – UK extremities in the weather are covered well on this site ...

Continue Reading →
0

Extreme Earth – Volcanoes

Posted by:

Volcanoes

volcanoesThe following links have been brought together to provide information for teachers and pupils studying about volcanoes:

“A volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the surface of the earth. When pressure builds up, eruptions occur. Gases and rock shoot up through the opening and spill over or fill the air with lava fragments. Eruptions can cause lateral ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 5 of 10 «...34567...»