Where is Kenya?
Using an atlas is an important skill in Geography and this activity asks you to use an atlas to find the locations of Kenya's neighbouring countries. It also tests your ability to locate cities and Kenya's longest river, the Tana river. It is up to date as well in that it recognises Sudan has new separated into two different countries.
Kenyan Climate Worksheet
This activity looks at developing the geography skill of reading climate graphs. It compares the climate data for London with that of Nairobi. The questions come in three different levels of ability and the worksheet lends itself well to teachers extending the activity with more challenger style questions.
What are Maasai homes like?
This is a sequencing activity which looks at how Maasai homes are made. The first page of the worksheet looks at some background information and the second page of the activity has some images of the different stages of the house being built. There are also some statements that match up with the pictures. This could be adapted to challenge the more able by asking the more able to write their own descriptions.
Did you know?
Flamingoes often stand on one leg and no-one is really sure why?
Learning ideas to inspire. These geography activities and geography worksheets are great for making the teaching and learning of Geography creative, fun and effective. You can download these kenya worksheets for free on this page and they are suitable for use in school or at home.