Primary Catalogue

Series: Geography


A Change of Scenery (Changing Landforms over Time)

A Change of Scenery (Changing Landforms over Time)

The world changes. It really does! But sometimes it changes so slowly that we don't notice it. Other times it changes REALLY FAST!!!
A Fresh Future (Human Impacts on Freshwater Availability)

A Fresh Future (Human Impacts on Freshwater Availability)

So, how are people fixing their water problems? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about a few different examples how some freshwater sources were good, then bad, then made good again. Also, Sabrina talks about parasites, fish,...Show More
A Rocky Planet

A Rocky Planet

Rocks and minerals have been around since before human beings existed. Since the origins of the human race, we have used them in many diverse ways - from construction to jewelry. But where do they come from? How do they form? And what is the...Show More
Abraham: How Football Saved My Life

Abraham: How Football Saved My Life

It’s 1987, South Sudan is in conflict, children from villages are seized and forced to join enemy armed forces. Eleven-year-old Abraham is herding cattle in the fields when pandemonium broke out in the village: gunfire, screaming and the...Show More
Air Pollution

Air Pollution

Objective: To learn about air pollution and its sources. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Define air pollution. 2. Discuss the human pollutants of air and their sources.
Antarctica

Antarctica

Students read, sing and learn about and appreciate the beauty of the creatures, features, and protection of this beautiful continent. This curriculum-aligned song targets outcomes of curriculum documents and supports and integrates classroom...Show More

Are We Running Out of Clean Water?

Despite water covering 71% of the planet’s surface, more than half the world’s population endures extreme water scarcity for at least one month a year. Current estimates predict that by 2040, up to 20 more countries could be experiencing...Show More
Atika: The Amazing Gift of Education

Atika: The Amazing Gift of Education

It’s 1999 and Atika and her family flee to a refugee camp in Quata, Pakistan. They are Hazara people and Afghanistan has become too dangerous for them. Atika being a girl could not be educated in the small country village where they had lived...Show More
Australia

Australia

Students read, sing and learn using north, south, west and east terminology to locate states, capital cities, seas, islands, rivers, significant places, sites and environments. The song names many places in Australia with Aboriginal names. This...Show More
Belfast, Northern Ireland and Pune, India

Belfast, Northern Ireland and Pune, India

Robin from Belfast, Northern Ireland and Uma from Pune, India show us their lives and what it's like living in cities with rivers.
Big Change in the Big Apple (Humans Changing Environments)

Big Change in the Big Apple (Humans Changing Environments)

Did you know that all living things change their environments? It's true. Beavers, deer, worms, and humans all change their environments. It just so happens that humans change our environments in big, obvious ways.
Big Changes in the Big Forest (How Animals Change Their Environment)

Big Changes in the Big Forest (How Animals Change Their Environment)

What do beavers, termites, and prairie dogs have in common? They all change their environments! Last time we talked about how humans change their environments, but humans are animals and all animals change their environments just by living in them.
Birmingham, England and Johannesburg, South Africa

Birmingham, England and Johannesburg, South Africa

Sulaiman from Birmingham and Nwabisa from Johannesburg show us what it's like to live in the suburbs, and how theirs are similar and different.
Cardiff, Wales and Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Cardiff, Wales and Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Judah from Cardiff and Reenie from Port Moresby show us their lives in coastal capitals including how they are similar and different.
Carina: The Gift I Will Never Forget

Carina: The Gift I Will Never Forget

It's 1979 Vietnam: post-Vietnam war, but at war with Cambodia, husband in re-education camp, and children teenagers; what can you do to save them? Send them to America. Easier said than done; but Carina’s mother takes the risk. She secures a...Show More
Characteristics of the Asia Pacific Region

Characteristics of the Asia Pacific Region

The Asia Pacific region is the largest region in the world covering 17% of the earth's land surface. This clip introduces viewers to the geographic and economic characteristics of nations in the Asia Pacific Region. It explores the impending...Show More
Climate Change

Climate Change

This Miniclip defines climate change and explains the greenhouse effect and the role of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. While it explores the consequences of climate change on our environment – such as rising sea levels, more frequent...Show More
Climate Zones of the World

Climate Zones of the World

How is it possible to have grey, rainy days in summer and beautiful, sunny days in winter? What’s the difference between weather and climate? This Miniclip explores the definition of weather, and looks at the three main climate zones of the...Show More
Coal, Petroleum and Natural Gas

Coal, Petroleum and Natural Gas

Objective: To learn about natural resources, coal, the destructive distillation of coal, the importance of natural gas, the origin of petroleum and about petroleum refining. Learning outcomes - students will be able to: 1. Classify natural...Show More
Coniferous Forests

Coniferous Forests

The coniferous forest biome is made up of cone-bearing trees such as pines, firs and spruce, as well as a varied assortment of other organisms adapted to live in this unique region. Coniferous Forests will take students on a fun-filled trip from...Show More
Connections between People and Places

Connections between People and Places

What do we mean when we talk about connections to places? Are we connected by a long piece of string? Well, not exactly! Connections between people and places can be made in many different ways – through family heritage, travel, shopping, or...Show More
Continents and Oceans

Continents and Oceans

Does the world’s population live on one giant land mass? Or is the world organised in a different way? Introduce your students to the amazing continents and oceans of the world in this Miniclip! Using a world map to explore these geographical...Show More
Crime, Safety and Liveability

Crime, Safety and Liveability

What can be done to reduce crime, increase safety and improve liveability in different communities? This clip considers factors influencing crime rates and perceived safety, and compares relevant facts and statistics from two different Melbourne...Show More
Cultural Diversity: Respecting Each Other's Differences

Cultural Diversity: Respecting Each Other's Differences

Learn all about cultural diversity. What does "cultural diversity" mean? Why is it a positive thing in a society? What are the barriers to achieving cultural diversity? What can we learn from other cultural perspectives? The answers to all of...Show More
Dangers and Benefits of Volcanoes

Dangers and Benefits of Volcanoes

Given how dangerous volcanoes are, why do people still choose to live close to these deadly mountains? In the second instalment of a two-part series on volcanoes, this video will teach students about the various dangers of volcanoes and their...Show More