The use of coastal images to study the geography topic of coasts helps bring the topic alive and make it more interesting and real. It is easier to remember coastal features having seen them and it is easier to see how the features are formed through looking at and studying coast pictures. These coastal pictures can be used for the basis of landscape sketching where you make a detailed labelled diagram of a particular coastal feature.
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Arch at Durdle Door, Dorset, UK

Different coastal features  -  For all the visual learners in the classroom, a look at these coast pictures always helps to give a clear explanation of what the different features of coasts are.


Sand dunes, UK

White cliffs of Dover, Dover, UK

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Coastal spit, Spurn Head, UK


Cave formed by wave action

Coastal stack, Twelve Apostles, Australia

Headland, Baja California

Coastal town, Italy

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A group of teachers with one thing in common - we all have a passion for the subject of Geography. Through collecting great examples of bringing the subject alive, and sharing them on this website, we aim to develop a love for the subject of Geography in children around the world. 

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