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To help you teach your class about the Earth and its features, here's our growing collection of ready-to-teach Geography lesson planning packs. A range of topics are covered, including old favourites and new ideas to freshen up your planning.
Every lesson planning pack includes slides, differentiated activities and a range of printable PDF resources such as worksheets, games, information sheets and question cards – perfect for developing your children's geographical skills and knowledge. We've also made sure that every scheme of work is age-appropriate and covers National Curriculum objectives for Geography. Key terms and vocabulary are introduced and defined when appropriate, ensuring your pupils develop the language necessary to understand and explain geographical features, places, activities and processes.
Find out all about the locations, climates, weather, plants, animals and human uses of a number of beautiful and diverse tropical jungle forests. L...View full details
Take a trek into the depths of the rainforest with this Rainforest Topic for KS2 children. Packed full of engaging and inspiring lessons across a r...View full details
In this Exploring Brazil KS2 Geography planning pack for Year 5 and Year 6, your class will find out about all the different aspects of this amazin...View full details
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