Geography – The Equator 6/5/20

Today we will be learning all about the Equator and how it affects the climate. What is the Equator? https://weather.com/science/nature/video/5-fun-facts-about-the-equator The Equator passes the territory – land and/or water – of 14 countries. They are – Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Gabon,  Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Maldives, Indonesia, Kiribati, Baker Island, Sao Tome and Principe Task: Choose a country that lies along … Continue reading Geography – The Equator 6/5/20

North and South Poles – 29/4/20

What do you know about the North and South Poles or the Arctic and the Antarctic? Use the following links to compare both regions in terms of climate, vegetation,  coldest recorded temperature, temperature in the summer, temperature in the winter, animals that live there, number of daylight hours and anything else you can think of! Record your work in any way you wish: a poster, … Continue reading North and South Poles – 29/4/20

Geography – 22/4/20

Can you remember the seven continents? Here’s a song to remind you: Continents Song – click here! Watch the following video about climates and think about why climates around the world would be different? Why do we have hot places and cold places on Planet Earth? https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/geography-ks1–ks2-climate/zjdthbk What do you know about hot and cold places? Which are the hottest and the coldest? Why would … Continue reading Geography – 22/4/20