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Gold08: Let’s Investigate Water – Step for Learning 8 (year 3)

This Step for Learning was produced in collaboration with the Geographical Association.

Children will have a better understanding of the distribution and interconnection of rivers and streams, and will understand that most human settlements are located close to a water source. They will recap the names of the seven continents and five oceans. Children are shown a selection of towns and cities in England whose development depended on water. The Step for Learning will conclude with the children drawing a map of an imaginary settlement.

The PDF provides notes for the teachers. It contains keywords and an index for the accompanying PowerPoint presentation.

The editable PowerPoint classroom presentation displays the lesson content (select the orange button to download). Please use ‘Slide Show’ mode to activate animations.

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08: Let’s Investigate Water – Step for Learning 8 (year 3)

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