This resource is a worksheet which can be coloured in by students, as part of a history or geography lesson, or as part of a general topic. It looks at the subject of sustainable management of quarries, and is based on the Isle of Portland where the Vikings carried out their first raids on England.
Other National Curriculum Elements:
- Local knowledge about Portland (geography)
- barrier beach, bar, tombolo
- resource management
This resource is part of my ocean row around Great Britain as I follow the Viking routes and explore Britain's geography and history, and the STEM features that built a nation. You might like to book a free virtual field trip with me on my Skype Classroom (https://education.microsoft.com/Story/VirtualFieldTrip?token=9BG4S), to follow my videos on YouTube or on Amazon (Sarah Rows Solo), or to watch the live streams (or send me a question for #Vikinghour) @GBVQuest on Twitter.
Weekly expedition documentary series 'Great British Viking Quest' (#GBVQ): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLd9pxOIcWRI25PZt2Q3peGM146SHhkxor