Primary Catalogue

Series: Geography


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
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
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
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
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
Erosion

Erosion

Some of Earth’s magnificent landforms are caused by erosion and weathering. But what is erosion and how does it change the Earth’s surface so drastically? This Miniclip explains the process of erosion including the various mechanisms such as...Show More
Extreme Weather

Extreme Weather

Heat waves, tropical cyclones, droughts, tornadoes, hailstorms, floods, and severe thunderstorms. These are all examples of extreme weather that shape our landscape. But what exactly are they and how do they happen? This Miniclip explores each of...Show More
Flags of Europe

Flags of Europe

Educational video for kids to spot the different flag using European flags. This challenge helps kids practice visual attention and mental agility skills. Students will have 15 seconds to spot the different flag.
Flags of Latin American

Flags of Latin American

Educational video for kids to spot the different flag using Latin American flags. This challenge helps kids practice visual attention and mental agility skills. Students will have 15 seconds to spot the different flag.
Food Availability Across the World

Food Availability Across the World

What would it be like not to know when you will eat next? Unfortunately this is a way of life for one in seven people worldwide. This clip is a compelling and honest look at reasons for unequal access to food such as insufficient financial...Show More
Forests

Forests

In this video, we learn about forests, one of the world’s biggest biomes. We’ll start by discussing what a forest really is - because it’s a lot more than just trees! The forest is in many ways a key resource, above all for the climate,...Show More
Geographers in the Field

Geographers in the Field

This programme examines how to undertake a fieldwork study. It begins with looking at why fieldwork is important for geography and how to choose and undertake research on a site. It teaches students how to prepare for a fieldwork visit and...Show More
Global Connections: Aid, Tourism and Cultural Events

Global Connections: Aid, Tourism and Cultural Events

In this day and age, people all around the world are connected to each other in a variety of different ways. This Miniclip explores these global connections by focusing on international aid, tourism, and cultural events. How do these three things...Show More
Global Connections: Migration, Education and Trade

Global Connections: Migration, Education and Trade

The food you eat, the clothes you wear, and the furniture you use. Chances are that all three of these things have been manufactured in countries other than your own, which means you interact with lots of countries before you even leave the house...Show More
Growing up in Brazil

Growing up in Brazil

Meet Tarik Abdel Hak and his family. They live in the Brazilian city of Curitiba. We follow Tarik and family in the course of their daily lives; family gatherings, barbeques with friends, life at school, post school activities and...Show More
Growing Up in Modern Japan

Growing Up in Modern Japan

Eri lives in Nagoya, one of the largest cities in Japan. Raki lives in the small farming village of Obara. The daily lives of these children form the basis of this program, which explores modern Japan. Interviews with the children, their...Show More
How Physical Geography Influences Stereotypes

How Physical Geography Influences Stereotypes

Discover how the physical geography of places around the world influence the stereotypes generated about the people who live there. This clip uses stunning, high quality footage to demonstrate the diversity of physical geographies. The example of...Show More
If There Were 100 People on Earth

If There Were 100 People on Earth

There are almost eight billion people in the world, and one of them is you! But what if there were only 100 people, what would life on Earth look like? Let’s create a micro-world of our own, populated by only 100 people and find out. How many...Show More
Impacts and Responses

Impacts and Responses

Why are earthquakes so dangerous and what can we do to minimise their impacts? In the final part of this series on earthquakes, students learn about the various dangers of earthquakes and their consequences, while also learning about the actions...Show More
Improving Liveability: Case Studies in Urban Design

Improving Liveability: Case Studies in Urban Design

This clip looks at two case studies that feature local infrastructure projects aimed at improving aspects of liveability for the community. The first is an international example – Copenhagen’s cycling highways, and the second focuses on...Show More
Internal Migration in China

Internal Migration in China

Since the 1970s, China has been experiencing the world’s largest internal migration. In this program, we look at what internal migration is and why China is experiencing a dramatic population shift from rural to urban centres. Population...Show More
Introduction to Volcanoes

Introduction to Volcanoes

What are volcanoes and how are they formed? In the first instalment of a two-part series on volcanoes, this video will teach students about the characteristics of these geological features and where they are found. The video also explains the...Show More
Living in a Desert

Living in a Desert

There are deserts all over the world - even in Antarctica! This clip describes what makes an area a desert, what it is like to live in a desert, and the impact we have on deserts. Stunning footage of the world's deserts bring this geography...Show More