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16 results for: geography
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Treasure Trails provide downloadable detective adventures/treasure trails that take you around differing cities and regions in the UK....

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As part of the Census 2021 education programme Let’s Count!, David Olusoga will give a live lesson aimed primarily at KS2 children on...

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As part of their offering to support Lockdown Learning, the BBC are showing their series of CBBC Celebrity Supply Teacher.

Each episode...

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This is the internet at its best! People have just uploaded 10 mins of video of what they see out of their windows - all over the world....

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New from the BBC to support lockdown learning from 11th January is a combination of educational content from BBC Bitesize online, CBBC TV...

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The free festival It's Time, to be opened by the Prince of Wales, is taking place on the 17th and 18th November 2020. It is being hosted...

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The Royal Mint have put together a 'Kids Hub' on their website, collating various free online and downloadable coin-related activities,...

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If you haven't completed the 30-day Quest with TedEd's Earth School, I would definitely recommend it for some stimulating discussions...

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The Marine Conservation Society are challenging us to reduce our use of single-use plastics this July. Some of the MCS's Ocean Ambassadors

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With The Battle of the Brits  tournament taking place in London this week (you can watch on Amazon Prime and listen on BBC Radio 5...

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The company KiwiCo (science and art projects for kids, based in USA) have created an online 'summer camp' idea where you can dip in and...

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Seneca Learning is a personalised learning tool that is being used by a students to continue with learning during the coronavirus...

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Want to watch an inspiring film giving a positive vision of our global future? We need a positive vision right now ...

Structured as a...

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If you are in the midst of bringing travel and geography to life this might be a good place to start your lesson. Lots of countries to...

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To coincide with Earth Day, TedEd have launched a series of lessons - or quests - 30 days of nature-focused content and environmental...

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The first Earth Day was celebrated 50 years ago on April 22 1970. NASA has put together a 'toolkit' to allow us to celebrate virtually...