Home Learning Resources - Geography
Websites and Resources
There are lots of ways to make geography exciting and engaging for children and one of the best ways of doing that is through investigation and enquiry.
Here are some websites and resources that may help you to support your child’s learning at home!
Digimaps is an excellent tool that can be used to help children to explore their locality as well as looking further afield. There are lots of tools on the website which allow children to investigate time zones, aerial and Ordinance Survey maps, postcodes, distance (including radiance), historical maps and much more. You can log in using the link below and enter the username: M40 9HF and password: fletts3099
Lots of quizzes about a range of subjects (including geography!):
World Geography games:
More Map Quizzes:
Support for parents and carers to help children to learn to read maps:
Video explaining map reading to children:
Maps and directions::
Explanation of compass points:
Ordinance Survey map skills
There are lots of ideas and fun ways to learn about maps on the OS map zone interactive resource.
Free maps to colour in:
Get outside safely
The OS website has an excellent tool to search for local places to visit and learn:
Watch the live lesson and join in to make a model of your garden and explore your surroundings. There’s quite a bit of talking at the beginning but don’t worry, there is a demonstration so that you can have a go at getting creative for yourself!
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