Geography Games for Kids
Our geography games will help your children understand more about the world they live in and the people and communities, past and present, that have shaped it.
The Early Years activities focus on the similarities and differences between the way our children live and the lives of children from other places and times.
Our resources for older children include a huge range of geography games, including fun activities asking them to label countries, continents and oceans that will test their locational knowledge. Topics in physical geography — such as volcanoes, earthquakes and climate zones — are also covered.
All topics covered have been mapped to the Early Years and Primary curriculum, so you can be sure that what your children are learning is relevant to what they’re studying at school. Plus, when you subscribe, you’ll also get access to hundreds of other educational games and activities, including English, phonics, history, science, music and art, coding and maths games.
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Geography Games for Ages 3 to 5
Our geography games and activities encourage children aged 3–11 to talk about themselves and their families, and to appreciate the similarities and differences between the way they live and the lives of children in other families, communities, and traditions from around the world.
Geography Games for Ages 5 to 7
We have a range of fun geography games for children between the ages of 5 and 7. Labelling activities will help your child build up their locational knowledge, teaching them how to name and locate oceans, continents and countries, and identify the major cities within the UK. Templates help them write on a range of topics in physical geography including climate zones, global habitats, the Polar Regions and the world’s rainforests.
They can also begin to understand weather systems by creating regional and global weather maps.
Geography Games for Ages 7 to 11
Busy Things' geography resources will help your older children extend their locational knowledge to include the countries and major cities of continental Europe, North and South America and Australasia.
In physical geography, templates support writing on new topics such as tectonic plates, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, global warming, melting ice-caps and deforestation.
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