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A village in India resources needed!!!!

Discussion in 'Geography' started by uppereastside, Dec 2, 2010.

  1. uppereastside

    uppereastside New commenter

    Hi! I am looking at planning this unit (A village in India) for next term and wondering if anyone had any resources for it?
    In particular the Chembakolli Resource Pack produced by Action Aid & Village Life In India, Steve Brace, Cambridge Primary Geography, Photo Pack and Pupil Book. or where I could find this. Also any videos (e.g. Take me to Chembakolli) I think it's from Action Aid. But I've been on the Action Aid website and seems I can only see those videos if I pay £30.

    If anyone has any of these to help me that would be great!

  2. I can't help but some of these might be of use:


  3. Go to www.kvkuppam.info
    Our ZipSafe valuables bags for schools are made there. The website was developed to help inform school children about the area.
    Hope this helps.
  4. uppereastside

    uppereastside New commenter

    Thank you x
  5. ActionAidSchoolsTeam

    ActionAidSchoolsTeam New commenter

    Hi blondie100,
    You can find Chembakolli teaching resources in our online schools shop here: http://schools.actionaid.org.uk/. At the moment you do need to pay for the materials, though we are looking forward to launching a new free web section on Chembakolli in March on the ActionAid website. This will contain lots of useful materials for the 'village in India' unit.
    Hope you enjoy the unit!
    ActionAid schools team

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