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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.
This KS2 Ancient Egyptians topic for Year 3 and Year 4 is packed full of fun ancient Egypt activities and projects to fully immerse your class in l...View full details
This fun and engaging KS2 Ancient Greece Topic for Year 5 and Year 6 will take your class back to one of the most fascinating civilisations in hist...View full details
Take the hard work out of your Ancient Egypt topic planning with this great Topic Bundle for Year 3/4. With four complete PlanBee schemes of work, ...View full details
This was just what I was looking for and the children love it. I blew it up to A3 size. Thank you!
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As always your worksheets are fabulous thank you
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All the resources from Plan Bee are excellent! Can’t go wrong with them and saves so much time! Always a teacher timesaver.
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clear and concise planning with appropriate resources.
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