Geography - WC 18.5.20
This week we'd like you to revisit the World's continents and oceans, can you remember them all?
There's a video below for you to watch. It also includes some great facts about the continents of the world.
Your task this week is to draw a map of the world in your homework book and label all seven continents and all five oceans. You can even add facts too if you'd like.
An extra job you can do if you enjoy researching is to find out what is meant by 'The Tropic of Cancer' and 'The Tropic of Capricorn' in relation to our world.
World Map - ONLY PRINT PAGE 1!
Geography – Week Commencing 11.5.2020
European Mountains and Rivers
This week we’d like you to look at a European map.
Things to think about and do!
Can l you label different counties?
Can you find rivers and mountainous areas?
What are the seas that you can see on the European map?
Watch the clip below it shows the names and locations of the mountain in Europe.
Here is a blank copy of a map for you to download.
Have a go a labelling the mountains the map.
European Rivers and Seas
What the video clip below:
Task 1: Use the internet to find the names of the seas around Europe
Task 2: Label the main Rivers in Europe: Rhine
Geography - Week Commencing 04.05.20
Have a look at the map and the lists of countries below.
Find the names and locations of all the European countries involved in World War Two and which side they were on or who controlled them. Colour the different groups of countries in the same colour for example: the Allies could be green, the Axis countries could be red, Neutral could be yellow and controlled could be orange. If you don't know who was who check it out on Google.
Geography - Week Commencing 27.4.20
Have a look at the food in your cupboards, compare it with the foods that people would have had during World War Two.
Where does the food come from? Would it have been available during the war or would it have been rationed?
Find or print out a map and mark on the countries where your food came from.
You could put a cross through what wouldn't have been available during the war.