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This geography scheme of work for Key Stage One gets the children to identify, describe and compare the physical and political geography of a seaside location with other places around the world. The class can write pen pal letters, job adverts and holiday postcards to compare the seaside to other places.

Identify, describe and compare the physical and political geography of a seaside location with other places around the world

Lesson One : Seaside Visit

Identify and describe some of the physical and political geographical features that can be found at the seaside

Lesson Two : Seaside or Town

Identify and describe some of the similarities and differences between geographical locations found in the world

Lesson Three : Seaside Jobs

Describe and compare some of the different jobs that can be performed in a seaside location

Lesson Four : Seaside Living

Write a reply to a letter from a pen pal living at the seaside to research more information about the location

Lesson Five : Seaside Shopping

Compile lists of items and describe some of the different buildings that can be found in a specific location.

Lesson Six : Holiday Postcard

Compose a postcard to a friend describing a visit to a seaside on holiday to make comparisons between other places

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