Even though we're not at school there are lots of ways we can still do a bit of geography and have lots of fun! I know that lots of you LOVE your Geography as much as I do so I'm going to be sharing with you some activities you can have a go at with your families.
If you do give them a go, don't forget you can send pictures to email@example.com to share it with all of us. I will be doing the same too!
Enjoy being Geographers!
Part of your google classroom this week is to get out and about in the local area, having a go at some orienteering whilst on your daily walk.
Below are the slides from google classroom, alongside the maps and answers.
Please share any photos with us
** Why not see how many of the 50 'What to do by the time you're 11 3/4' you can do at home and in the garden. I'm going to give the wild art and the house for a creature a go.
** Maybe you could draw some of the flags of the world and turn it into a game of SNAP! with your family.
** Some you might have little railway figurines, Lego figures or something similar to create images and new worlds in your houses and gardens. Mrs Whitford had fun when I did this with the teachers at school. I'm going to give it a go at home now.
** You could even do some Geographical Art, I know Mrs Whitford is giving daily Art challenges. Why not try some of these:
**If you feel like doing some colouring why not choose a map to colour. There is a selection to choose from including Southampton. Does anywhere look familiar?
**Lots of families are virtually quizzing at the moment. Test your knowledge of different aspects of Geographical learning.
**You could use your English skills and describe some of these amazing images which includes geographical landscapes.
**Take a look at these ideas from an amazing geography teacher (my school geography teacher) who has created activities to ‘Open your eyes to Geography.‘