Cardinal Directions for Kids | What are cardinal directions? | North, South, East, and West
What are Cardinal Directions? In this video built as an introduction to kids we will learn all about the 4 Cardinal Directions which are: North, South, East, West. Each time you go somewhere, you travel or move in a direction, which is the course or path you move in.
Maps for Kids | Learn how to read a map and other skills in this fun introduction to maps
In this video about maps for kids we will learn how to read a map, how to make a map, and many other useful skills. We introduce things like the key, map landmarks, cardinal directions, the history of maps (and how google maps or Siri help us now), and many other things.
How to take a 4-figure grid reference with Steve Backshall and Ordnance Survey
GetOutside champion and naturalist Steve Backshall continues his series of map reading videos with Ordnance Survey by explaining how to work out a four-figure grid reference. These look like this: SU 24 10 With a 4-figure grid reference you can find an area on a map, or take note of a location.
How to take a 6-figure grid reference with Steve Backshall and Ordnance Survey
GetOutside champion and naturalist Steve Backshall continues the previous video on 4-figure gird references at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0du8v4EE_Y by explaining how to enhance this to a more accurate six-figure grid reference: SU 265 166 A six-figure grid reference allows you to give a position accurate to 100m for a feature on a map.
Understanding contour lines with Steve Backshall and Ordnance Survey
GetOutside champion and naturalist Steve Backshall continues his map reading videos OS by explaining how to understand contour lines - the small lines on the map that show height. Understanding contour lines is vital to understanding the shape of the land.
Understanding map symbols with Steve Backshall and Ordnance Survey
Steve Backshall continues his series of map reading videos with Ordnance Survey #GetOutside by explaining how map symbols can help understand a map and assist your navigation.
Choosing the right map with Steve Backshall and Ordnance Survey
GetOutside champion and naturalist Steve Backshall continues his series of map reading videos with Ordnance Survey by explaining how to choose the right map for your activity. Every adventurer knows, even with new technology, that a paper map is a vital piece of equipment.
See how to use latitude and Longitude to find a location on a 2d map.
Layers of the Earth
Find out all about the different layers beneath our feet. There's more to planet Earth than you might first think.
What Are Tectonic Plates? Our Earth and Its Movements
Despite how solid our planet's crust might feel beneath our feet, did you know that it's actually changing all the time? This programme explores the composition of our Earth, how the surface is divided into tectonic plates, and the history of the movement of the tectonic plates including the supercontinent Pangaea.
The video has been developed to give pupils an understanding of the distribution of climate zones across the world. It could also provide a starting point for discussion about how climate change might affect these zones in the future and the impact this would have on humans, animals and plants.
Climates for Kids | Learn about Different Weather and Climate Zones
In this video your kids will learn all about Climates, different kinds of weather, and the climate zones all over the world. The world is a vast place and every where has a little different climate and weather.
Types of Landforms | Learn about many different natural features of the earth
Do you know what an alluvial fan is? How about a plateau? In this video for kids, you will learn all about lots of different types of landforms. These natural features include mountains, hills, valleys, alluvial fans, and plateaus, and so many more. Keep watching to see how much you know and how much you can learn!
Climate Zones for Kids | Learn about the 3 Main Climate Zones of the Earth
Climate Zones for Kids is a fun an interactive video where your students will get to learn all about the 3 main climate zones of the earth. The three main climate zones are Polar, Temperate and Tropical. These can be broken into sub climates but in this introductory video we will focus only on these three.
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