Please click on the following links to explore Home Learning options for Humanities:
|Stonehenge Virtual Tour: Inside the Stones
Take an interactive tour of Stonehenge with our 360 degree view from inside the monument. Select the hotspots to find out more. Or switch to Skyscape and relax and enjoy a live view from within the stone circle.
|Ten Virtual Tours of the World’s most famous landmarks|
|Use Google’s Street Trek View to virtually visit some of the most beautiful places on Earth.|
|Meet real life explorers!
National Geographic classrooms is bringing explorers to screens around the world. Children can join live to ask questions, or watch recorded sessions.
|Go on Safari!
Two live safari drives take place daily from Ngala and Djuma private game reserves in South Africa with a 45-minute “kiddies drive” each afternoon.
|Understand the illegal wildlife trade
Charity Tale2Tail’s online resources are designed to help kids to understand why and how the world’s most endangered species can be protected. The Animal Ambassadors pack of resources includes more than 20 hours of activities: from how to draw animals with illustrator Axel Scheffler to storytime with Joanna Lumley and photography lessons with David Yarrow.
|The World – at home!
Incredible experiences, online. Travel may be limited these days, but discovering incredible experiences from across the globe doesn’t have to be. Our new initiative — the world at home — brings some of our top tours, activities, and attractions to you online.
|Tour US National Parks with a ranger
Roaming between hypnotic sounds and damp glimpses of the lava tube to the windswept volcanic cliffs, Kaawaloa-Okita’s storytelling-style voiceover is slow and steady enough for kids (and tired parents) to absorb. It’s also interactive, which helps maintain attention spans. The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks series goes to five US parks, including Bryce Canyon in Utah and Kenai Fjords in Alaska, to explore “places most people never go”.