Bitesize is the BBC's free online study support resource for school-age students. It has information, video clips, quizzes and other activities to deepen children's understanding of a subject.
Use Google Earth to find places around the world. You can look at where you live, but also find places in other countries.
DK Find Out!
This is a website for kids which allows them to research their own questions, what videos and complete quizzes about a variety of subjects.
This website has a variety of games and help for children about mapping and geography
National Geographic Kids www.natgeokids.com/uk/category/discover/geography/
National Geographic Kids is a children's magazine published by the National Geographic Society. The website can be used for research, quizzes and fun facts.
This website gives ideas for activities and experiences that you could use to support your child in developing their geographical skills and knowledge.
- Find opportunities for your child to use maps – theme parks, visiting museums or historical buildings.
- Ask your child to plan a route to travel on the train or tube.
- Buy a junior world atlas or globe and find places that you or family members have visited/would like to visit.