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KS1 Enquiry - Why do we love being by the seaside?

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Pause the video at any time to read the information or to stop to do an activity in your home learning book.

 

Links to videos and websites you will need are here:

 

Wembury Beach: 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YPj8VrgPqQ

 

Sally and the Limpet by Simon James: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=27&v=HX8vgBF1_G8&feature=emb_logo

 

Time lapse films of the tidal cycle at Wembury: 

www.wemburymarinecentre.org/nature/.

 

Porthleven in Cornwall in 2014 - waves crashing in the storm:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYesEAOLdhc 

 

Adaptation: 

www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zpfnvcw

 

Butlins:

http://www.butlins.com/

 

 

 

We are very lucky to live right on the edge of a National Park - The New Forest!

 

If you are able to, on your daily walk or on a bike ride with your grown-up, be a geographer and keep your eyes peeled for all the human and physical features of where we live.

 

Have fun! Miss Locke 

Learn about the difference between Human and Physical Features

When looking at the photos, have a think about which ones you’d see in or near Marchwood and which features  you’d definitely NOT find in and near Marchwood!

You might not be able to see ALL of the things on the checklist BUT there are so many features of Marchwood that make it very unique, that are not on the list. We have the docks, the old level crossing gates, the Football Training Ground, an Industrial Park and lots more! What else can you think of? 

Nature Walk

Signs of Spring

Five Senses Scavenger Hunt

Map from Memory

Create your own Town!

Now have a think and do some finding out about where Marchwood is on the map!

Click on the link above to make your own 'Our World' mini book!
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