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Here are some ideas and suggestions for geography activities that can be done at home for all ages
Keep a weather diary for a week, recording the cloud cover, temperature, rainfall and other weather activity. You may want to check a forecast for the week ahead first using an app or and then compare with the reality with the forecast.
Download afrom the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) to help children identify the clouds they are seeing.
Combine your daily walks with memory and artistic activities. Map your walk, which could be one you recently remember walking, your route to school, from a family holiday. You could also record what you remember seeing on your walk such as physical and human features, geographical vocabulary such as road, building, park, houses. See our school website for key geographical vocabulary in Curriculum/Geography.
Draw a physical map of your house, street or local area, consider what it is like and how you could change it for the better.
Design and create a model of the layout (plan view) of your home and think about what you would change if you could. Create a key with symbols and label it.
Create an imaginary landscape in your bedroom and think about what you might find happening across its physical and human elements.
Make detailed observations of what you can ‘see’ every day and what might cause that view to change.