- Bring key geographical concepts to life with this free interactive online resource from Oxfam. Flatten a globe into a map, merge different projections and discover new ways of seeing the world! Nine engaging activities help pupils understand the difference between a map and a globe, and the impact of different map projections on our perceptions of the world. Specially designed for interactive white boards, but also suitable for use on PCs and laptops. Ideal for Geography and for bringing a global dimension to Citizenship, PSE and ICT.
www.geographyphotos.com GA award winning site with a growing collection of photos taken by geography teachers for geography teaching. Imagine nearly 4,000 high quality images available in one place and no worries about copyright for members.
www.childrensatlas.com This atlas allows children to learn about where the continents and countries of the world are. They can learn more about particular features of each country ie native animals or famous landmarks.
www.cowforce.com There are loads of lesson plans, case studies and powerpoints showing how children in E Africa live. There are some games and DT projects on there too, all great if you are doing anything on life somewhere in Africa
www.sendacow.org.uk There are three posters showing pictures of children and things in East Africa with loads of fun lesson ideas on the back. They are produced by the charity Send a Cow, but there are some general stuff on them too.
www.bgfl.org This excellent website has many resources but the quiz maker can be used for ANY SUBJECT. The quizzes have ten questions with multiple choice answers (made up by you) and can be saved and played online by the pupils or on an IWB.
www.specialeducationalneeds.com References of use in the teaching of geography to learners with special educational needs.
www.curriculumbits.com Learn about the different types of rainfall
www.oxfam.org.uk Bring key geographical concepts to life with this free interactive online resource from Oxfam. Flatten a globe into a map, merge different projections and discover new ways of seeing the world!
www.arkive.org ARKive is the world’s centralised library of films and photographs of the world's endangered species and habitats – freely accessible to all online for private research and internal educational purposes