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Geography of the Circus

Discussion in 'Geography' started by goobylou, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. Anone got any ideas about how I can teach the geography of the circus to a class of year 4s - one off lesson? I'm struggling a little bit so any ideas would be great. Thanks in advance x
     
  2. gud4age

    gud4age New commenter

    Not used to primary but this may help. Colourful world map showing continents ,cut outs of animals or words pupils guess in pairs where circus animals come from? Give correct answers. Discuss how climate differs from ours, how animals live in wild. Create flyers and leaflets advertising where circus travels and the geography of animals.
    End on discussion about using these animals for entertainment, keeping wild animals in captivity?
     

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