Primary Resources

Explore our brand NEW National Geographic Kids Primary Resources section!

Find fun and exciting teaching ideas and pupil-focused resource sheets aligned with the National Curriculum and the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.

We’ve provided teacher support to show which areas of the curriculum each individual primary resource covers. The primary resources themselves are written in the tone of National Geographic Kids Magazine; where learning and education reflects the joy of exploration.


Sea Turtle: Science primary resource

Discover how marine rescue organisations help sea turtles in trouble

Forest frogs: Science primary resource

Discover why these amphibians are under threat from a fungus

Chimpanzee rescue: primary resource

Explore the needs of chimpanzees and the threats they face in the wild
  • QUIZ

    Which planet has the most moons?

Prehistoric Britain primary resource

Learn about life in Britain in the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age

Fair trade: Geography primary resource

Explore how the concept of fair trade improves the lives of farmers in the developing world

The Tudors primary resource

Explore the influence of the monarchy during Tudor times, from Henry VIII to Elizabeth I

Elections and democracy: British values

Learn how the UK is governed and what democracy is

Emperor penguins: skilled survivors

Discover the characteristics and behaviour of the emperor penguin

The Acropolis primary resource

Learn about the features of the Ancient Greek Acropolis and how it was used

Vets in action: Primary resource

Learn about the different types of vet and which types of animals they treat


Rainforests of life: Geography resource

Explore the rainforests’ positive ecological impacts on the Earth

Ancient Egyptians primary resource

Discover some of the Ancient Egyptians’ greatest achievements

Asian elephants primary resource

Explore the environment and habitats of Asian elephants and the problems they face

Spelling resource: Squares word scramble

Practise spelling words by thinking about common word structures

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