Keystage 1 Geography Printable Worksheets

Key Stage 1 covers children between the ages of 5 and 7 in Years 1 and 2. Our vast collection of educational worksheets and activities will help your child progress through their studies in Years 1 and 2 of primary school. Covering all the core subjects and much more, our resources will help your child learn the key concepts and skills they need to master Key Stage 1!

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The World's Hot and Cold Areas

The World's Hot and Cold Areas

The World's Hot and Cold AreasThis colourful engaging worksheet will help pupils identify the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the North and South Poles. Students read through the text and answer the multiple-choice questions. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Drawing Activity - Human Features

Drawing Activity - Human Features

Human Features Drawing Activity This drawing activity aims to help students visually represent and understand various human features within their community.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Five Oceans Quiz

The Five Oceans Quiz

Explore the Oceans Quiz for KS1 PupilsThis quiz isn't just about finding the right answers - it's a journey to explore our amazing oceans! Pupils learn which ocean is the biggest, discover where penguins live, and find out that some oceans are warm while others are icy. Children read through the questions and circle the correct answer from the options (a, b, or c). 

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Human Features Word Search

KS1 Human Features Word Search

KS1 Human Features word search activityEmbark on a fun and educational journey with this engaging KS1 word search! This activity is designed for young learners to discover and recognise various human features in their surroundings. The following words are hidden within the puzzle: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour, and shop. Students search horizontally, vertically, and diagonally to find each hidden word.This word search not only enhances vocabulary but also introduces young learners to diverse human features, fostering an early understanding of the various places where people live, work, and engage in daily activities.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Five Oceans Vocabulary Cards

The Five Oceans Vocabulary Cards

The Five Oceans Vocabulary CardsUse these vocabulary cards to spark curiosity about the world's oceans. Each card provides the name and location of one of the five oceans. Whether used in classrooms or homeschooling settings, they provide an engaging resource for geography lessons, homework, vocabulary building, or matching activities.

Age: 6 - 7
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Human Features Matching Activity

Human Features Matching Activity

Human features matching activityThis matching activity asks students to match the descriptions of each human feature with the correct name. This will help learners use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to key human features, including: city, town, village, farm, house, office, port, and shop.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plastics in the Oceans Cloze Activity

Plastics in the Oceans Cloze Activity

Plastics in the OceansThis handy geography worksheet will enhance students' understanding and knowledge about the critical issue of plastic pollution in the oceans. By filling in the blanks in this cloze activity, students will learn about why it's important to keep the oceans clean and how plastic can harm the animals that live there.

Age: 6 - 7
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Facts about the Oceans

Facts about the Oceans

Facts about the Oeans worksheetTeachers and parents can use this worksheet as part of a lesson on geography or as a standalone activity to spark curiosity about the oceans. It's a blend of fun and education, ensuring that young learners enjoy the process of discovering interesting facts about our oceans. Students read through the facts about our oceans and circle true or false after each statement. 

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a Forest? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a Forest? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a forest? Reading comprehension activityOur "What is a forest?" reading comprehension is a magical journey into the heart of nature, specially crafted for curious minds in KS1. In this comprehension, young learners will discover the wonders of a forest – a special place where tall trees stand like guardians, animals play hide-and-seek, and the air feels fresh and clean. As they read, they will explore the soft ground covered in moss and leaves, and meet adorable creatures like squirrels, rabbits, and birds, each finding a cozy home among the trees.

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a Mountain? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a Mountain? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a mountain? Reading comprehension activityThis short reading comprehension activity aims to introduce KS1 pupils to the basic concept of mountains in a simple and understandable way. It focuses on key features and characteristics of mountains, making it suitable for young learners.

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a River? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a River? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a river? Reading Comprehension ActivityThis comprehension activity can be used to introduce young learners to the enchanting world of rivers. This resource aims to provide an engaging and informative experience for your KS1 pupils as they begin to understand the significance of rivers in our natural environment. Through this comprehension, children will gain insights into the role of rivers, their importance for various forms of life, and how they contribute to the delicate balance of ecosystems. The comprehension is tailored to meet the developmental needs of KS1 pupils, offering clear and concise explanations along with comprehension questions that encourage critical thinking and reflection. Use this worksheet in the classroom or at home.  

Age: 6 - 7
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Physical Features Matching Activity

Physical Features Matching Activity

Physical Features Matching ActivityIn this worksheet, pupils will learn about a variety of physical features that shape our planet's diverse landscapes. As pupils connect each word on the left with its definition on the right, they'll deepen their knowledge of these fundamental elements. Key physical features include sea, forest, soil, beach, mountain, season, ocean, and river.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Physical Features Word Search

KS1 Physical Features Word Search

Exploring Physical Features word search activityEngage your young learners in a captivating journey through the world of geography with our "Exploring Physical Features Word Search" activity. This word search is designed to help KS1 pupils learn and reinforce key vocabulary related to various physical features of the Earth. From beaches to mountains, rivers to forests, students will have the opportunity to search for and discover these exciting geographical terms while enhancing their language and cognitive skills.

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of North America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of North America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of North America Matching ActivityKnowing some of the capital cities of North American countries helps children develop a basic understanding of geography. It allows them to identify the locations of different countries on a map and appreciate the vastness and diversity of the continent. Understanding the capital cities of North America is a stepping stone to developing global awareness. It opens the door for discussions about other continents, countries, and cultures around the world. Children draw a line to match each country with its capital city.

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of South America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of South America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of South America Matching ActivityThis worksheet will help KS1 pupils learn about the capitals and countries of South America in a fun and interactive way. Enjoy discovering the diverse capitals of this amazing continent! 

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of Europe Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Europe Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Europe Matching ActivityThis worksheet will help KS1 pupils learn about the capitals and countries of Europe in a fun and engaging way. Happy matching and exploring Europe's diverse capitals! 

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of Africa Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Africa Matching Activity

Welcome to the Capitals and Countries of Africa Matching Activity Worksheet! Get ready for an exciting journey across the fascinating continent of Africa as you match the correct capital cities to their corresponding countries. Africa is a diverse and vibrant continent with a rich history, beautiful landscapes, and unique cultures. Quick facts about Africa:Africa is the second-largest continent in the world after Asia. It's like a huge puzzle piece on the map!Africa is home to many amazing animals like lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, and hippos. It's like a safari adventure!The Nile River, found in Africa, is the longest river in the world. It's like a big, winding snake that flows through the continent.Africa has a rich tapestry of cultures with different languages, music, dances, and colourful clothing. It's like a big celebration of diversity!The Sahara Desert, in Africa, is the biggest hot desert on Earth. It's like a giant sandbox where you can find sandy dunes!

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of Asia Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Asia Matching Activity

Welcome to the Capitals and Countries of Asia Matching Activity Worksheet! Get ready for an exciting challenge as you test your knowledge of Asian countries and their capitals. In this worksheet, you will have the opportunity to match the correct capital city to its corresponding country. Draw a line to match the country on the left with its capital city on the right. Remember, learning about different countries and their capitals is a fantastic way to expand your understanding of the world. Good luck, explorers! 

Age: 6 - 7
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Label the Five Oceans

Label the Five Oceans

Label the five oceansLabelling the oceans introduces KS1 pupils to fundamental geography, helping them recognise the locations of these significant water bodies on a world map. By identifying and labelling the oceans, students learn new ocean-related vocabulary, such as "Pacific," "Arctic," and "Southern." Pupils use the words from the word bank to label the five oceans. Children can colour the picture when they are finished. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Southern Ocean Fact File

Southern Ocean Fact File

Southern Ocean Fact FileThese fun facts about the Southern Ocean offer young learners a glimpse into this remote and unique part of the world, encouraging their curiosity about Earth's diverse oceans and the importance of preserving our planet's ecosystems.

Age: 6 - 7
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Arctic Ocean Fact File

Arctic Ocean Fact File

Arctic Ocean Fact FileThese fact files and true or false statements about the Arctic Ocean introduce KS1 pupils to the fascinating Arctic region, its wildlife, and geography, fostering their interest in the world's diverse oceans.Here are some facts about the Arctic Ocean:The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world's oceans.During the winter, much of the Arctic Ocean's surface is covered by sea ice, which can be several meters thick.In the Arctic Circle, during summer, the sun doesn't set for several months, leading to the phenomenon of the "midnight sun." Conversely, during winter, the region experiences the "polar night" where the sun doesn't rise for several months.The Arctic Ocean is home to diverse and fascinating wildlife, including polar bears, Arctic foxes, narwhals, and walruses, specially adapted to survive in the extreme cold.

Age: 6 - 7
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Indian Ocean Fact File

Indian Ocean Fact File

Indian Ocean Fact FileThese fact files and true or false statements introduce KS1 pupils to the Indian Ocean and its fascinating features, promoting curiosity and learning about this vital part of our planet's geography.

Age: 6 - 7
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Atlantic Ocean Fact File

Atlantic Ocean Fact File

Atlantic Ocean activityThese fact files and true or false statements about the Atlantic Ocean aim to educate KS1 pupils about this significant body of water and its unique characteristics. By incorporating interesting facts and interactive activities, young learners can enhance their knowledge of the Atlantic Ocean in an engaging way.

Age: 6 - 7
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Pacific Ocean Fact File

Pacific Ocean Fact File

Pacific Ocean Fact File activityThese fact files and true or false statements are designed to provide KS1 pupils with interesting information about the Pacific Ocean while also testing their comprehension and critical thinking skills. They aim to engage young learners in ocean exploration and expand their knowledge about this fascinating part of our planet.

Age: 6 - 7
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European Capital Cities Quiz

European Capital Cities Quiz

European capital cities quizThis quiz will test KS1 pupils' knowledge of European capital cities and help them learn about the different countries in Europe. It's a fun way to engage pupils and reinforce their understanding of geography and world capitals.

Age: 6 - 7
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Map of Europe

Map of Europe

How can I use this map of Europe?Label the countries: Ask pupils to label the countries correctly.Colour the countries: Ask pupils to colour each country with different colours to make it visually appealing.Capital cities match: Create a list of European capital cities and have pupils match each city to its corresponding country on the blank map.Famous landmarks: Ask pupils to locate and draw famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower (France) or the Colosseum (Italy) on the blank map.Rivers: Label the major rivers of Europe on the blank map, such as the Danube or the Rhine.Mountain ranges: Label important mountain ranges like the Alps or the Pyrenees on the blank map.Seas and Oceans: Add the names of the surrounding seas and oceans on the blank map.

Age: 6 - 7
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Identifying European Flags

Identifying European Flags

Identifying European FlagsIdentifying European flags is an enjoyable and educational way for KS1 pupils to learn about the diverse countries and cultures in Europe, fostering their curiosity and knowledge about the world around them. It also enhances memory skills as pupils recall the information they have learned.

Age: 6 - 7
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European Countries & Cities Word Search

European Countries & Cities Word Search

European Countries & Cities Word SearchThis word search activity helps pupils become familiar with the names of different European countries and cities, promoting geographical awareness. Engaging in a word search is a fun and enjoyable activity that can spark interest in learning about Europe and its diverse cultures. Pupils learn new words related to European countries and cities, expanding their vocabulary.

Age: 6 - 7
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Asian Country Fact Files

Asian Country Fact Files

Asian Country Fact FilesPupils discover some interesting facts about China, India, and Japan. True or false statements encourage pupils to think critically and analyse the information they have learned about each country. They have to consider what they know to decide if the statement is true or false. Using true or false statements about China, Japan, and India creates an enjoyable learning experience for KS1 pupils, helping them develop their knowledge of these countries in an engaging way.

Age: 6 - 7
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Naming Asian Flags

Naming Asian Flags

Asian Flags and Capital CitiesPupils enjoy the process of discovering and identifying the flags of diverse Asian countries with this fun worksheet. Use this activity in the classroom or at home for homework.  An answer sheet is included so pupils can mark their own work and make sure each flag is correctly identified with the appropriate country.

Age: 6 - 7
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Asian Countries Word Search

Asian Countries Word Search

Asian countries word search activityThe words included in this puzzle represent some of the fascinating countries in Asia and can make for an engaging and educational word search activity for KS1 pupils. Enjoy and have fun as your pupils search for the 12 words and learn about the wonders of Asia along the way. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Africa Map Activity

Africa Map Activity

Journey to AfricaAre your pupils ready to test their mapping skills and discover some of the countries that make Africa so unique? Pupils label the blank map with some of the major countries in Africa. The first letter has been given to help them. Fun facts about AfricaContinent Size: Africa is the second-largest continent in the world.Wildlife: Africa is famous for its diverse wildlife, including lions, giraffes, elephants, zebras, and hippos.Mountains and Rivers: Africa is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, and the Nile River, the longest river in the world.Sahara Desert: The Sahara Desert in Africa is the largest hot desert in the world.

Age: 6 - 7
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Africa Word Search

Africa Word Search

Africa Word SearchThis fun, engaging word search introduces new words related to Africa, expanding pupils' vocabulary and language skills. Pupils learn the names of African countries, natural landmarks, and wildlife, promoting geographical awareness. Children search for 12 words associated with the African continent. They are written forwards, up and down, and diagonally.  

Age: 6 - 7
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My Favourite Continent

My Favourite Continent

My Favourite Continent Writing ExerciseWriting about their favorite continent helps KS1 pupils to communicate their ideas and interests and improves their writing abilities. Writing about a continent may involve some basic research, which introduces pupils to information-gathering skills and using simple resources like books or websites. Print off this handy activity and use it in the classroom or at home. Take a look at some more worksheets on the seven continents:Discovering ContinentsContinent RiddlesContinents of the World Fun FactsColor the Seven Continents

Age: 6 - 7
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Discovering Continents

Discovering Continents

Discovering ContinentsDiscovering famous landmarks sparks curiosity and interest in different regions of the world, encouraging pupils to learn more about the places and their histories. Pupils look at some famous landmarks and write the name of the continent where each one can be found. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Continent Riddles

Continent Riddles

Continent RiddlesSolving riddles requires critical thinking and problem-solving skills. By solving the riddles, pupils become more familiar with the names, locations, and unique features of the continents, enhancing their geographical knowledge. There are 10 riddles for pupils to solve! Pupils learn interesting facts about each continent and write the name of the continent that matches each description.

Age: 6 - 7
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Continents of the World Fun Facts

Continents of the World Fun Facts

Fun facts about the seven continentsThese fun and interesting facts will pique children's curiosity and engage them in learning about different parts of the world. What is the smallest continent? Where is the Amazon Rainforest located? Kangaroos and koalas can be found on which continent? Pupils will learn some fun facts about each continent with this handy printable. Simply click and download and watch your child's curiosity grow!

Age: 6 - 7
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The Seven Continents Matching Activity

The Seven Continents Matching Activity

The Seven Continents Matching ActivityThis colourful matching activity will help pupils learn and remember the names of the seven continents. By matching the names to their corresponding locations, pupils build a solid foundation of geographical knowledge. Children draw a line to match each continent with the correct name. This activity can be used in the classroom as a group activity or at home.

Age: 6 - 7
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Colour the Seven Continents

Colour the Seven Continents

Colour and label the seven continentsLabelling and colouring the seven continents helps students become familiar with the names and locations of each continent. This builds their geographical knowledge and understanding of the world's continents. Engaging in a hands-on activity like colouring makes the learning process more enjoyable for KS1 pupils.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Seven Continents Vocabulary Cards

The Seven Continents Vocabulary Cards

Vocabulary cards can be used in various activities, such as matching games, memory games, or flashcard quizzes. These activities make learning about continents fun and engaging.

Age: 6 - 7
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Pacific Ocean Word Search

Pacific Ocean Word Search

Fun facts about the Pacific OceanLargest Ocean: The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean on Earth, covering more area than all the continents combined!Islands Galore: The Pacific Ocean is home to thousands of islands. Some of the most well-known ones are Hawaii, Fiji, and the Galapagos Islands.Ring of Fire: The Pacific Ocean is known for the "Ring of Fire," a region with many volcanoes and frequent earthquakes.Deep Diving: The Mariana Trench, located in the Pacific Ocean, is the deepest part of the ocean. It's so deep that if you put Mount Everest inside it, there would still be more than a mile of water above the mountain!

Age: 6 - 7
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Atlantic Ocean Word Search

Atlantic Ocean Word Search

Atlantic Ocean word searchAs pupils search for the words in the word search grid, they practise recognising letters and their order. Word search activities reinforce letter recognition skills, which are crucial for reading and writing development. They're also really fun to complete! Use this handy printable in the classroom or at home. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Indian Ocean Word Search

Indian Ocean Word Search

Indian Ocean word searchUse this printable word search as a fun activity when teaching your children about the world's five oceans! This word search introduces KS1 pupils to new words related to the Indian Ocean, such as "islands," "coral," "seashell," and "coconut." It helps them learn and remember these terms, expanding their vocabulary. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Southern Ocean Word Search

Southern Ocean Word Search

Southern Ocean word searchThis handy word search introduces KS1 pupils to new vocabulary related to the Southern Ocean. They will become familiar with words like "Antarctica," "whales," "seals," "penguins," and "krill." This expands their knowledge of the Southern Ocean ecosystem and its inhabitants. Use this printable in the classroom or at home as a fun activity. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Arctic Ocean Word Search

Arctic Ocean Word Search

Arctic Ocean Word SearchThis easy-to-print word search introduces KS1 pupils to new vocabulary related to the Arctic Ocean. They will become familiar with words like "polar," "glacier," "narwhal," and "beluga." This expands their vocabulary and helps them learn about the Arctic environment. Completing a word search can be an enjoyable activity for KS1 pupils. It provides a hands-on and interactive way to learn about the Arctic Ocean, creating an engaging and fun learning experience. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Reading a map - Compass directions

Reading a map - Compass directions

Pupils use simple compass directions (North, South, East and West) to complete each sentence.

Age: 6 - 7
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Reading comprehension - Belfast

Reading comprehension - Belfast

Students read through some interesting facts about Belfast. There is a fill in the missing words exercise and an answer the questions activity.

Age: 5 - 6
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Reading comprehension - Cardiff

Reading comprehension - Cardiff

Students read through some interesting facts about Cardiff. There is a fill in the missing words exercise and an answer the questions activity.

Age: 5 - 6
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