L.I. To locate the counties of England
Explain that the UK is split up into counties Show children a map of the UK split into counties Revise the 8 compass points Model how to describe counties in relation to each other e.g. Berkshire is west of London Explain that the compass points do not start with capital letters, but the counties do because they are names of places Explain what the term ‘bordered’ means and give a couple of examples of its use e.g. Suffolk is bordered by Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex
Activity: Children to answer a series of questions on location of counties of England e.g. Berkshire is to the ______ of Greater London, The most south-eastern county is etc Extension: children to make up their own questions for a partner to answer
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