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Water cycle rap’s

After exploring the processes which operate within the hydrological¬†cycle, I gave students a chance to demonstrate their understanding in a more creative and cross-curricular manner. Students were instructed, in pairs or small groups, to design a rap which demonstrates their... Continue Reading →

Pop-up drainage basin

Instead of asking students to illustrate the traditional model of a drainage basin, I always create this classic (oldie, but a goodie) pop-up version. Once created students are very proud to open their book to watch their drainage basin pop-up.... Continue Reading →

Eighty fieldwork techniques

With increasing emphasis on fieldwork being a requirement from Key Stage 1 up to Key Stage 5, there will never be a better opportunity to introduce students to a range of geographical fieldwork techniques at a variety of contrasting locations.... Continue Reading →

Revision pong

Two teams go head to head. Each team take turns throwing ping pong balls into the other teams up. When a ball lands in the cup that team must answer the question in the cup, but if they get it... Continue Reading →

Revision: Snooker

In pairs, students complete to pot all the balls gaining points - much like the traditional game of snooker. Pot a red then select a colour, then go back to red and so on... until all have been potted. Access... Continue Reading →

Illustrated geography dictionary

A fellow colleague inspired me to create this resource due to low ability and EAL students struggling with key geographical vocabulary on regular basis. Designed for Key Stage 3 and even Key Stage 4 the dictionary includes a range of... Continue Reading →

Revision: Snakes and ladders

A popular and engaging way to summarise a topic or get students revising. Based on the classic game of snakes and ladders, students answer the question successfully to roll the dice and move around the board. The aim of the... Continue Reading →

Coasts: Design a board game

This activity allows students to apply their geographical understanding of coastal processes, over the course of two to three lessons (maximum of two lessons to make and one lesson to play). Students are asked to design a board game to... Continue Reading →

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