This worksheet looks at labelling the different parts of a volcano.
This worksheet looks at developing vocabulary that is specific to volcanoes.
In this activity, you are asked to make a labelled diagram of a plate boundary. There is then space provided for writing a short paragraph to explain what is occuring in the plate boundary.
Map skills worksheets
Here we look at an aerial photograph and a map of the same area. This activity asks you to identify names of roads and features on the aerial photo using the map to help you. This is an important geography skill that is underserved by the mainstream resource makers so we hope you find this worksheet useful.
Make a rainforest diorama. A-Z rainforests
This worksheet sets you the task of making a rainforest in a shoebox. A popular holiday homework, this activity is a fun way to learn about rainforests.
This is a good activity to do either at the beginning or the end of a topic to see how much you know already or how much you have learnt.
This activity first looks at the water cycle and pupils then have to explain the different stages of the water cycle by labelling the diagram.
The pupils then go on to look at five ways in which people affect the water cycle. The pupils have to write a description of how each activity affects the water cycle.
In the first activity here, you have to draw a cross-section of the ice sheet in Greenland and this helps you to understand how much ice is held in the Greenland ice sheet. The next activity looks at classifying the different glacial features.