News Tagged 'geography'

Climate Kids

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Climate Kids is a website designed and run by Nasa to help children learn all about climate change. On the site, there is a mass of information, games, images and videos on many aspects of The Earth and Climate change.

As well as the key sections listed below there are also sections listing all of the videos, all ...

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Ancient Maya

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The Ancient MayaAncient Maya is a fascinating period of history but there have not been many resources made and shared covering this period.  Teaching Ideas has a set of resources which are invaluable to teachers covering this topic.

Maya Fact Cards is a free resource created by Mark Warner and shared on ...

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More Google expeditions released this week

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Google Engineering have announced 5 more expeditions this week, total now is 700 and rising

https://www.blog.google/products/google-vr/teachers-keep-their-lesson-plans-fresh-expeditions/ …

We’re also releasing five special VR expeditions this week featuring scenes from Earth VR. Earth VR is one of the most popular apps for high-end virtual reality systems, and it lets you explore the world in beautiful detail, but it needs more computing power than a smartphone can handle. But, thanks to a new tool that we announced at Google I/O called Seurat, it’s now ...

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BP Educational Service Primary Resources

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BP Educational Service Primary Resources is a set of free resources for ages 4 to 11, Key Stages 1 and 2 (KS1 & KS2) and Curriculum for Excellence 1st and 2nd Levels.

To use these resources:

Select your subject, use advanced search, or view the collections.” https://bpes.bp.com/primary-resources/

There are resources for Science, Design and ...

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Earthworms, Centipedes and Millipedes

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Earthworms Centipedes and MillipedesEarthworms Centipedes and Millipedes are some of the minibeasts which can be found in everyone’s back garden, on the school field and in many other places; they are common to all areas of the country.

Earthworms

Worms are so well-known to children, they are long segmented tubular hermaphrodites, without a skeleton! As they are so unusual, they are fun and interesting to ...

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