Home » Teaching Resources » Recommended Climate Resources for KS2 Recommended Climate Resources for KS2 Facebook Twitter Pinterest Print Recommended Climate Resources for teaching 7-11 year olds What’s Changing our Climate: Children’s Christmas Lecture from Imperial College London, with Professor Jo Haigh, 2017.From the GA Investigating Climate Zones and Climate Change.Windows to the Universe – climate.UCAR – kids crossing.CAFOD: zero hero campaign Start exploring Search Resources All Mathematical Topics All Mathematical Algebra and Functions Coordinate Geometry Differentiation Exponentials and Logarithms Geometry and Measures Integration Number and Algebra Numerical Methods Probability and Statistics Ratio, proportion and rates of change Sequences and Series Trigonometry Vectors All Environmental Topics All Environmental Afforestation Animals Carbon Capture Carbon Dioxide Carbon Neutral Climate Strike Deforestation and Desertification Ecosystems Fossil Fuels Fossil Fules Global Warming Greenhouse Gases IPCC Oceans Recycling Renewable Energy Transport Weather and Extremes all levels All Levels A Level A-Level GCSE Latest from blog When will it snow? First Schools Video Bulletin from COP26 Daily Video Bulletins from COP26 So you want to do something about Climate Change? Other resources you might like… Primary Weather People (early primary) Weather forecasters use observations from all over the world to work out what weather to expect next. Primary Weather Journey This is a “Weather” game for use with an upper KS1 class, looking at seasonal and daily weather patterns. Primary, Secondary Geography Local Winds Local winds occur on a small spatial scale, their horizontal dimensions typically several tens to a few hundreds of kilometres. They also tend to Primary, Secondary Geography, Secondary Science Transition Resources for Year 6/ Post SATS These resources are designed to be used in one extended session with year 6 (10/ 11 year old) students.