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  • 3D models
    Simple schematic models showing how the rocks formed from a volcano and glacier.
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  • Ask-about-Geology
    PDF Fact Sheets
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  • BGS Geological Timechart
    The BGS Geological Timechart aims to provide colourful reference material for use in schools, colleges and the home, setting out the geological timescale and geochronological terms used by the British Geological Survey.
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  • Blakeney Esker
    Teaching aids for related to the Blakeney Esker area.
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  • Climate Change
    Understanding the ways that ancient climates were distributed across the globe and changed through geological time and offering practical solutions aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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  • Geological Timeline
    The Geological Timeline tells, through words and pictures, the story of the Earth from its formation 4600 million years ago to the present day. It describes the key events in the evolution of life, from its earliest stages to the emergence of humans, and goes on to consider what the future may hold for the Earth¿s environment and all its inhabitants.
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  • Make-a-Map
    Make-a-Map is an interactive geological map of the British Isles.
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  • Prehistoric puppets and models
    Choose one of our hand puppets or models of dinosaurs and other extinct creatures to download, print and make. All the puppets and models are available as a full-colour version or you can print them in black-and-white if you would like to colour and decorate them yourself. Full instructions are provided. You will need scissors, glue and, for the puppets, brass paper fasteners.
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  • Spiral timeline
    A simple Spiral Timeline ceiling mobile to download and cut out. The Timeline illustrates some of the animals and plants that have lived at different periods in the Earth's history, from the earliest life to human beings. Instructions are included.
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  • UK School Seismology Project
    Using earthquakes in the classroom ¿ support documents
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