Are you looking for ready-to-use primary Geography lesson plans? PlanBee is a hive of primary teaching resources to assist with KS2 Geography teaching. Download entire schemes of work with everything you need to teach a complete module or mix the wide range of Geography lesson plans, worksheets, slides and other teaching materials into your existing planning. However you decide to use our ready-to-teach Geography lessons, we are sure that at PlanBee you will find everything you need to put your Geography teaching on the map!
With lessons teaching a variety of essential skills, including map-reading, data collection, analysis, fieldwork and problem-solving, your class will be encouraged to develop a curiosity about the world around them at local and global scales and will be provided with everything they need to hone their Geography skills (without the need for you to spend hours on planning!).
Take your class on a whistle-stop tour of the seven continents of the world with this Geography scheme of work for Year 1 and Year 2. Join Buddy the Bee as he visits a country on each continent and explores their features, people and landmarks. Your class will learn where the seven continents are on a map and undertake a variety of fun activities to help them learn more about each one. With lesson plans…More Information
Take a trip the countryside with your class and explore a working farm in this fun scheme of work for KS1. Find out about arable, livestock and dairy farms and the difference between them, before taking a closer look at a fictional farm that does a little of everything! Your class will learn about the features of a farm and use a map to navigate around a farm, as well as thinking about the differences betwe…More Information
Teach your class about the wider world with this fantastic 'Countries of the World' series of lessons for Year 3 and 4. Not only will your class learn to identify and locate the seven continents and some of the countries within each one, but they will also explore areas of human and physical geography around the world, from population and culture to mountains and rivers. With lesson plans, activity idea…More Information
This engaging Geography module for Year 4 helps your class to distinguish between work, leisure and recreation and to understand the differences between the three. Your class will have the chance to examine different types of activities and decide which category they belong to, before analysing how much time they spend on work, leisure and recreation activities in an average week. They also have the opportu…More Information
Turn your class into eco-warriors with these 'Improving the Environment' lessons! Delve into the dustbins and tackle the trash as your class investigate how much rubbish you produce, and explore different ways of recycling and reducing waste around the local area. With lesson plans, slides, activity ideas, differentiated worksheets and more, these KS2 'Improving the Environment' lessons contain everythi…More Information
Take your class for a fascinating walk through the life of coasts as they investigate what coasts are, how they are formed, how they are protected and why they are constantly changing. Study the processes of erosion and deposition and how they affect the coast, find out the names of some different coastal formations and find out what disasters can happen on precarious cliff edges. Your class will also have …More Information
Encourage your class to take a closer look at their local area as they explore different features of the community. Start by using maps to spot familiar places and give directions to and from local points of interest then teach children the difference between physical and human features. Putting their geographical skills to the test, your class will have the chance to examine services in the local area and …More Information
Let our helpful and informative 'Investigating Rivers' lesson plans, worksheets and resources help you navigate your class towards an understanding of rivers, their uses, features and effect on the environment. Your class will get the chance to study the water cycle, find out how rivers are formed, investigate why rivers are important and what they are used for, river pollution and its effects, as well as c…More Information
Take a trip across the English Channel and discover the continent of Europe with this KS2 'Our European Neighbours' scheme of work for Year 3/4. Not only will your class discover some fascinating facts about Europe, but they will also find out the names, locations and features of European countries and capitals. With lesson plans, informative slides, differentiated worksheets, activities and much more, …More Information
This close-to-home module will really get them excited about improving their geography skills as they investigate whether the high street should be closed to traffic. Your class will have the chance go on field trips to collect information, interpret and analyse the data, and undertake a variety of different activities to see if they can find an answer to this topical question. This ready-to-teach modul…More Information