docx, 22.3 KB. docx, 593.2 KB. This Knowledge Organiser (KO) was originally designed with a Year 3 class in mind when teaching the IPC unit 'Saving the World: Rainforests'. Also included here are a series of quizzes to be used for retrieval practice. Images were gained from a Google Image search - if I have inadvertently used one of your. largest tropical rainforest. Covering over 5.5 million square kilometres, it's so big that the UK and Ireland would fit into it 17 times! The Amazon has an incredibly rich ecosystem -there are around 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, 3,000 types of fish, 430 mammals and a whopping 2.5 million different insects. Wow Rainforest Country Continent Ecosystem Deforestation Habitat Interdependent Scientific and geographical vocabulary Definition A dense forest, normally found in tropical areas with high rainfall. They nerate much of the world's o en. A nation with its own government e.g. UK, USA, Germany, Denmark, Brazil, China The Amazon jungle is the world's largest tropical rainforest (2,100,000 square miles). The forest covers the basin of the Amazon, the world's second longest river. There are two different types of rainforests: temperate and tropical. The average temperature for the Amazon rainforest ranges between 18 and 22.4° C or 64 and 73°F Geography: Amazon: River and Rainforests Knowledge Organiser Glossary 1 South America One of the 7 world continents - found in the southern hemisphere. 2 Amazonia The area within the Amazon Rainforest and around the The Amazon, like other rainforests, has different layers: the forest Amazon River. 3 Climat
Examples include tropical rainforest and hot desert. Producer . An organism or plant that is able to absorb energy from the sun through photosynthesis : Ecosystems -Knowledge Organiser . Ecosystems exist at a range of scales and involve the interaction between living and non-living components. Plants (producers) such as reed Castlemorton CE Primary School - Knowledge Organiser Geography Topic: Rainforests Year 3/4 Autumn 2 What? (Key Knowledge) What? (Key Vocabulary) Where ? Rainforest A dense forest, normally found in tropical areas with high rainfall. They generate much of the world's oxygen Country A nation with its own government e.g: UK, USA,. There are two types of rainforest: tropical and temperate. Tropical Rainforests are found near the equator. The enormous amount of rain and tropical heat means that the conditions in the rainforest are humid and damp. These Knowledge Organiser Year 4 Spring EQUATOR the knowledge organiser. Be ready to share it with the rest of the class. 9. Use it Use the information in your knowledge The Amazon rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world. 8) Rainforests once covered 14% of the Earth's land surface; however,.
Knowledge Organiser for Year 3 & 4 Topic: Saving the World - Rainforests tropical rainforests of the world are often located near the equator between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. The rainforest has lots of rain because it is very hot and wet. Can you explain why some people may choose to live in one place. on the knowledge organiser. TASK 3: Choose one of these creative homeworks: • Make a rainforest in a cardboard box • Make a rainforest plant or animal to go on a display in the classroom. • Make a game about tropical rainforests • Make a set of Top Trumps for rainforest animal KS3 Knowledge Organiser Year 9 Term 1 Knowledge Organisers will be given out by English, Maths, Science, MFL, History and Geography on a termly basis. Each Knowledge Organiser will have three Tropical Rainforest Temperate forest Desert Tundra Grassland Savanna most important ecosystems. It has a rich biodiversity .It comes with clear definitions of key words and phrases, information about where rainforests can be found and more detailed information about the Amazon rainforest.It has lots of great illustrations and maps showing where the rainforests are. Tables are used to explain what. Tropical Rainforest Ecosystem [n]. Knowledge Organiser Location. Climate. Water Cycle & Rainfall. climate / vegetation / soil / biodiversity / evapotranspiration / interception / precipitation / drip flow / stem flow / surface storage / stores / flows / emergent / canopy / under canopy / shrub layer / photosynthesis / epiphyte
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISER FOR EYFS/YEAR 1 Forests and Rainforests SPRING 2020 Key Knowledge: UK FORESTS AND WOODS What trees are common in a forest in the UK? OAK CEDAR BEECH SCOTTS PINE Temperate and Tropical The largest tropical rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest in South America. A rainforest consists of 4 layers The Americas Page 26 Population Change in the Americas Page 27 Population distribution Page 28 Population Pyramids Page 29 Mexican Migration Page 30 Climate in the Americas Page 31-32 Alaskan Tundra & Oil Page 33 Brazil Page 34 Food chains & Ecosystems Page 35 Tropical Rainforest Adaptations Pages 36-38 Plate Tectonic Theory Page 39 Earthquakes Page 40-42 Haiti Earthquak Rainforest Animal Fact Files and Research Graphic Organizer. by. Teaching with a Louisiana Twist. 3. $4.50. PDF. Compatible with. Engage students in researching animals of the rainforest using this set of rainforest animal fact files and research graphic organizer
Tropical rainforests are located in equatorial areas because the sun's rays are concentrated most intensely along the equator warming the air. The warm air rises high into the atmosphere where it cools and condenses, forming clouds. This means that it rains every day in the rainforest. 2. The tropical rainforest climate (and calculating averages Knowledge Organiser for Year 3 - Rainforests Big question: Why do we need our Rainforests? National curriculum specification - Locate the world's countries including the location of South America, concentrating on their environmental regions, key physical and human characteristics, countries and major cities Knowledge Organiser Year 3 Term 3 and 4 The Rainforest Rainforest - A dense forest with high levels of rainfall, normally found in tropical areas. Equator - Imaginary line through the middle of the Earth Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn - Imaginar
Castlemorton CE Primary School - Knowledge Organiser Geography Topic: Rainforests Year 3/4 Autumn 2 What? (Key Knowledge) What? (Key Vocabulary) Where ? Rainforest A dense forest, normally found in tropical areas with high rainfall. They generate much of the world's oxygen Country A nation with its own government e.g: UK, USA,. Barn Owls Rainforests - Knowledge Organiser Key Vocabulary Amazon Rainforest - The largest tropical rainforest in the world, located in the continent South America. Biome - A large naturally occurring community of plants and animals occupying a major habitat Help your students to revise for the tropical rainforest part of AQA Geography GCSE paper 1. This comprehensive knowledge organiser closely follows the new specifications, featuring key physical characteristics, global distribution, structure, adaptations, deforestation and Amazon case study facts. Tags in this resource: Structure-Of-A-Tropical-Rainforest---Classroom-Mangement-Geography-KS3.
. Tropical rainforests are generally warmer than temperate ones. Many things we have in our homes come from rainforests including chocolate, sugar, rubber, bamboo and many medicines. The biggest rainforest is the Amazon. ½ of the tropical rainforests we had are gone. Levels of carbon dioxide in the air ar Widney Junior School ~ Art Knowledge Organiser Topic: Rainforests Year: 6 Strand: Collage and Sketching Diagram Zentangle Art work. and use them to review and revisit ideas. VocabularyHuman Imperfection. Henry Rousseau Henri Julien Félix Rousseau was a French post-impressionist painter in the Naïve or Primitive manner. (May 1844- September 191
Savanna - a tropical grassland with a warm temperature all year round. Rainforest - a forest with tall trees, a warm climate and lots of rain. - a cold, large tree-less area where the soil is frozen. Title: Microsoft Word - knowledge organiser people and animals .doc All items in our Downloads Areas have been made available for free on-line either on public websites, or public Dropboxes, or have been uploaded by our members. It is not always easy to identify the original source if it is not recorded within the document. If you know the author of an uncredited download, please add the author's details in the. Saving the Rainforest - Knowledge Organiser St Gregory's Catholic Primary School - Year 5 Key Vocabulary Locational and place knowledge Human and physical geography rainforest A tropical woodland (with tall, densely growing trees) with a high annual rainfall. The Amazon Rainforest is located in 9 differen Y4 Knowledge Organiser Geography: South America Key Vocab Rainforest A forest of broad-leaved evergreen trees that receives high annual rainfall Solstice When the sun reaches its highest or lowest point in the sky at noon, marked by the longest and shortest days Deforestation The clearing of large areas of forest lands which are never re-plante Knowledge Organiser for Year 3 & 4 Topic: Saving the World - Rainforests The tropical rainforests of the world are often located near the equator between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. The rainforest has lots of rain because it is very hot and wet. Can you explain why some people may choose to live in one place.
Knowledge Organiser Revision Schedule Here is the revision schedule for this half term's Knowledge Organiser. Please help your child to learn the specified section each week. Year: 3 Learning Theme: The Rainforest Key Question: Why is the Rainforest vanishing and how can we stop it? Week Date Knowledge Organiser section to lear Year 5 Knowledge Organiser Why should the rainforest be important to us all? Location 10° north and south of the Equator. The largest rainforests are in Brazil (South America), Zaire (Africa) and Indonesia (South East Asia). Other tropical rainforest places are in Hawaii and the islands of the Pacific & Caribbean. Climat Knowledge Organiser Focus: Ecosystems Rainforest a luxuriant, dense forest rich in biodiversity, found typically in tropical areas with consistently heavy rainfall Savannah A grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions, with few trees Desert Arid land with sparse vegetatio Rainforest - Tropical woodland, found typically in hot climate areas with consistently heavy rainfall. Climate - The weather conditions in an area over a period of time. -An imaginary line through the middle of the Earth which receives the most sunlight. Deforestation The action of clearing a wide area of trees • The tropical rainforest has high temperatures all year round because at the equator, the suns rays are concentrated. • The tropical rainforest receives high levels of precipitation (rainfall) because of convectional rainfall. • The climate means that vegetation is dense and biodiversity is high
Jungle A jungle is a forest in a tropical country where large numbers of tall trees and plants grow very close together. Rainforest A rainforest is a thick forest of tall trees which is found in tropical areas where there is a lot of rain. Knowledge Organiser Reception Term 4 Jungles Fun Facts A rainforest is a type of jungle Year 5 Knowledge Organiser 'Animal Kingdom—The Rainforest.' Wider curriculum learning PE—Swimming, water safety and lifesaving is cancelled due to COVID-19 French— Read and pronounce words relating to musical instruments. Art— Record their thoughts and experiences in a sketch book, and annotate these in order to aid the de Key Term Definition Coral bleaching When coral expels the algae (zooxanthellae) living in its tissues causing the coral to turn completely white Biodiversity the variety of plant and animal life in a particular habitat The Great Barrier Reef: is in the Southern Hemisphere off the north east coast of Australia in the Coral Sea The Living World Knowledge Organiser- Paper one -Section B Hot Deserts Key Characteristics: Hot Desert Key Words: Causes of desertification Climate: Daytime temperatures can get up to over 40°C in summer, but can get very cold at night (as there are no clouds). This also means there is little rain -less that 250mm a year. 2 seasons Knowledge Organiser What is it like in the Amazon Rainforest? The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world and it is responsible for producing 40% of the oxygen in the world. A tropical rainforest experiences a large amount of rainfall and has a very warm and humid climate for most of the year
Knowledge organiser selected questions. 10 To understand the value of sustaining the rainforest for others. To know the strategies used to manage the rainforest sustainably include Selective logging and replanting, conservation and education ecotourism and international agreements about the use of tropical hardwoods Biome A biome is a very large ecosystem e.g. Tropical Rainforest. Adapt When someone or something adjusts themselves to different conditions or environments. Ecosystem A community of plants and animals that live ECOSYSTEM KNOWLEDGE ORGANISER DIAGRAMS/MAPS. Title
Geography Knowledge Organiser: Canopy The canopy layer is the largest layer of the tropical rainforest and home to most animals and insects. It consists of fully grown trees. Emergent This is the tallest layer in the rainforest. It is made up of a few wide, tall trees that grow talle Year 7 The Tudors knowledge organiser . Henry VII (1485-1509) Henry VIII (1509-1547) Edward VI (1547-1553) Mary I (1553-1558) Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Key people . Henry VII . He became king in 1485 following the Battle of Bosworth. He ended the wars of the Roses and united the rival houses of York and Lancaster by marrying Elizabet Unit 1 Knowledge Organiser - LO1. Unit 1 Knowledge Organiser - LO2. Unit 1 Knowledge Organiser - LO3. Unit 1 Knowledge Organiser - LO4. French Revision Resources Tropical Rainforest. 12 - KO - Forests under Threat - Taiga. 13 - KO - Consuming Energy Resources. RE Revision Resources. 2018-Themes%2C-Exam-Writing-Frame-Quotes-and-T-codes. Good.
Climate Zones and Biomes Knowledge Organiser Vocabulary 1 Climate The weather conditions in an area over time 2 Biome An area with similar plants and animals 3 Vegetation belt Smaller regions indicating where vegetation grows 4 • Tropical Rainforest This engaging year 3 geography knowledge organiser is great to use while teaching children about rainforests. It comes with clear definitions of key words and phrases, information about where rainforests can be found and more detailed information about the Amazon rainforest. It has lots of great illustrations and maps showing where the rainforests are. Tables are used to explain what. tropical An area of the world between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. The climate is very hot and humid. Most South Americans speak Spanish. However Brazilians speak Portuguese, rainforest A tropical forest, usually of tall, densely growing, broad-leaved evergreen trees in an area of high annual rainfall Click here for the knowledge organiser Ecosystems Knowledge Organiser Local ecosystems are often small-scale ecosystems such as ponds, hedgerows or woodlands. Global ecosystems are large-scale ecosystems such as tropical rainforests, deciduous woodlands or deserts. These are called biomes. Any ecosystem is made up of plants, animals and their surrounding physical environment including soil. LKS2 Knowledge Organiser -Geography Big Question-Why is there such a contrast between rich and poor Brazil? Strand-. Subject Specific Vocabulary Rainforest A dense forest, normally found in tropical areas with high rainfall. They generate much of the world's oxygen. Continent The world's main continuous pieces of land (Africa
producing 40% of the oxygen in the world. A tropical rainforest experiences a large amount of rainfall and has a very warm and humid climate for most of the year. It also has many, many tall trees and a huge number of different plant and wildlife species. The rainforest is located mostly in Brazil but also in parts of Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia This resource consists of a series of concise summaries that cover the content required for tropical ecosystem case study of the new AQA Course. Included: 1. Subject Specific Vocabulary Sheet - Ecosystems 2. Subject Specific Vocabulary Sheet - Tropical Rainforest. 3. Knowledge Organiser - Distribution, Structure, Soils and Adaptations. 4 Rainforest? (logging, mining, HEP, settlements, roads, subsistence farming) Positive and negative impacts of human interference in the Amazon (deforestation) 2 lessons - sustainable practices to reduce deforestation in the rainforest lower course Additional resources Learning ladder Knowledge organiser Practice exa
Knowledge Tropical Rainforests are located in the tropics and are found in areas close to the Equator such as South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. A Tropical Rainforest is a thick, warm and wet woodland or forest that gets lots of rain all year. The Amazon Rainforest is the largest Tropical Rainforest in the world which is in South America Work on completing your tree of knowledge, use information from glass, plus some of your own research, to create a detailed case study on the tropical rainforest. Answer the 4 questions around the tree. You have been given your own tree in class to work on. Homework 4 A complete knowledge organiser and revision summary that covers the hot deserts option of the AQA 9-1 GCSE. Thar Desert is the case study. Contains in a concise and easy to follow format all the information required, including the subject specific vocabulary
Plant adaptations in tropical forests. Plant adapt to the extreme humid conditions in the tropical rainforest. Tree trunks - The trunks of the trees are tall so that they can reach sunlight.; Drip trips - The leaves of plants and trees are pointed downwards so that the rain drops do not stay on the leaves. Plants need to shed water to avoid growth of fungus and bacteria in the warm and wet. Learn about and revise tropical rainforests, their characteristics and the threats they face, with GCSE Bitesize Geography (Edexcel) Included: 1. Subject Specific Vocabulary Sheet - Ecosystems 2. Subject Specific Vocabulary Sheet - Tropical Rainforest. 3. Knowledge Organiser - Distribution, Structure, Soils and Adaptations. 4. Knowledge Organiser - Causes of Deforestation, Impacts and Management (Malaysia Case Study) Two files are included: 1. Full colour version 2. Black an
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISER FOR YEAR 1/2 Forests and Rainforests SPRING 2020 Key Knowledge: UK FORESTS AND WOODS What trees are common in a forest in the UK? OAK CEDAR BEECH SCOTTS PINE Thetford forest is the biggest lowland forest in the UK. Temperate and Tropical The largest tropical rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest in South America Oct 22, 2017 - With the massive increase in content to plough through, we have found these invaluable. They follow the popular green revision guides (with the unfunny jok.. Knowledge: • Physical geography: identify climate zones, types of vegetation belts: desert/semi-desert, Savannah, deciduous woodland, tropical rainforest. • Human geography: know types of settlements and land use -rural, some main cities, ports and densely populated areas. • Locate the world's countries, using maps to focus on. Claypool Primary School Knowledge Organiser Year 3 Spring 1: The Vanishing Rainforest found? Interesting Facts Key Vocabulary A rainforest is an area of tall, mostly evergreen trees and a high amount of rainfall. Rainforests are Earth's oldest living ecosystems, with some surviving in their tropical areas with high rainfall. They. Knowledge Organiser Subject Area Geography What is life like in the The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world and it is responsible for producing 40% of oxygen in It experiences a large amount of rainfall and has a very warm and humid climate. Key knowledge The Amazon People The Amazon is also home to more.
Knowledge Organiser - Rainforests Year 3 - Geography Humidity Key Vocab Definitions Forest Floor Layer The lowest layer of the rainforest, it is very dark down here and not many plants or animals live here. Understory Layer Little sunshine reaches this area so plants have to grow larger to reach the sunlight Y3 Spring Term Knowledge Organiser - A study of Weather, Climate and Brazil. Key Vocabulary The Amazon The world's largest tropical rainforest. Many animals and plants are found in the Amazon Cloud Clouds are made up of lots of tiny water droplets or ice Brazil is mainly in the tropical zone Science — Living Things and their Habitats Rainforests-Tropical/Temperate Year 4 Knowledge Organiser. Art—Sketching We will be continue our rainforest focus in art, being inspired by artist Oenone Hammersley to sketch rainforest artwork. Knowledge: Artists use light and shadow to create mood and focus our attention. They use techniques such.
Rainforest. The Amazon is home to more than 30 million people. Loggers and farmers are cutting down the trees and causing deforestation. The climate of the Amazon is tropical, which means hat it's wet and warm. People often travel by boat rather than by land. 60 % of the Amazon Rainforest is located in Brazil Carr Head Primary School - Knowledge Organiser Geography Topic: Amazon Adventure Year 5 Summer 1 Key Vocabulary The Amazon The world's largest tropical rainforest. Many animals and plants are found in the Amazon Deforestation The cutting down of trees and destroying forests by humans Equator An imaginary line that divide
Geography Y8 Knowledge Organiser Autumn 1 -Rainforest 2. Rainforest Water Cycle and Food chain 3. Animal and Plant Adaptations 1. Rainforest Location, Layers and Climate 4. Deforestation of the rainforest 5. Ecotourism The rainforest is the worlds most diverse ecosystem where animals an Year 7 - The Geography Knowledge -Ecosystems: the Savannah An ecosystem is an area, within which living organisms (plants and animals) interact with their non-living surroundings (rock, soil, climate). Tropical Rainforest • Location: along the equator • Climate: always hot and wet (humid). No seasons knowledge organiser to memorise the sections set by your teacher Create two sides of A4 revision notes and be ready for an in-class quiz Use your knowledge organiser to memorise the sections set by your teacher Create two sides of A4 revision notes and be ready for an in-class quiz Challenge yourselve Midfield Primary School -Knowledge Organiser Geography Focus South America (Brazil) Year 4 Autumn 1 from tropical areas in the North, to more temperate zones South of the Tropic of Capricorn Global Issues Persecution of indigenous tribes in the Amazon rainforest. Destruction of the natural habitats to give space for farming. Possible. Y3 Spring Term Knowledge Organiser - A study of Weather, Climate and Brazil. average weather conditions of a particular place over a longer period of time The Amazon The world's largest tropical rainforest. Many animals and plants are found in the Amazon Brazil is mainly in the tropical zone
Tropical rainforests are found north and south of the Equator between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The Amazon rainforest in South America is so big that if it were a country, it would be the ninth largest country in the world. Only around 6% of the Earth's land surface is rainforest but rainforests are home to ove Key Knowledge/Facts Rainforests only cover around 2% of the total surface area of the Earth. More than half of the world's species of plants and animals are found in the Rainforest. The Amazon Jungle is the world's largest tropical rainforest (2,100,000 square miles). The forest cover the vasinof the Amazon, the world's second longest river History Knowledge Organiser - Year 6 Autumn term The Maya are native Americans of entral America, who built a great civilisation in the tropical rainforest that lasted for over 2000 years. The earliest Maya settlements were built in about 1800 E. The golden age of the Maya was between 250 and 900 E. At its peak, the civilisatio
The Amazon jungle is the world's largest tropical rainforest. As tropical rainforests are located on or close to the Equator, the climate is typically warm and temperatures are ideal conditions for vegetation growth. Temperatures in the tropical rainforest are high throughout the year. buildings Cyclone fast What other extreme weathers do. knowledge organiser sections and complete past exam questions. Homework: Learn knowledge organiser sections and complete past exam questions. Urban change in UK Changing UK Economy Ecosystems Tropical Rainforest Coastal landscapes Fieldwork : Spec- 3. 3.2.1 Urban change in cities in the UK leads to a variety of social, economic and. Rainforest- A forest of broad-leaved evergreen trees that receives high annual rainfall. Species- A group of animals, plants or other living things that all share common characteris-tics. is the largest tropical rain-Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn Imag-inary lines north and south of the equator
United Kingdom. Building upon the children's prior knowledge from KS1, the Spring term topic is the United Kingdom. This topic gives children the ability to consolidate their understanding of key Geographical vocabulary such as: beach, cliff, coast, forest hill, mountain, sea and river but to extend their learning by having a greater emphasis on the differences between human and physical. Journey - North America: KS2 Knowledge Organiser Subject Specific Vocabulary biome A biome is a climate zone. climate zone Are areas with a distinct climate. Climate is an area with different weather. geographic co-ordinate system Latitude, longitude, Equator Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, Arctic, Antarcti
Knowledge Organiser KS2 History- The Mayan Civilisation At a glance: The Maya are native Americans of Central America, who built a great civilisation in the tropical rainforest that lasted for over 2000 years. The earliest Maya settlements were built in about 1800 BCE. The golden age of the Maya was between 250 and 900 C Year 4 Perform their Rainforest Dance. The tropical rainforests in different parts of the world are a well-balanced natural habitat in which plants, animals and human life co-exist in harmony. They are interpendent. When chopping down the trees upsets the balance, life forms become endangered and the forest dies, creating great sadness The Amazon is the world's largest tropical rainforest. Covering over 5.5 million square kilometres, it's so big that the UK and Ireland would fit into it 17 times! The Amazon has an incredibly rich ecosystem - there are around 40,000 plant species, 1,300 bird species, 3,000 types of fish, 430 mammals and a whopping 2.5 million different insects
Use the knowledge organiser, previous class notes, and the websites below to help you. Make sure that you include plenty of detail and leave nothing blank. Give 1 way the tropical rainforest can be managed 1 mark Selective logging, conservation and education, ecotourism, international agreements, debt reduction The Sumatran Rainforest: Gunung (Mount) Leuser National Park (GLNP) is in the North West of the Indonesian island of Sumatra. The GLNP covers almost 8,000 km2 and it is a biodiversity hotspot; home to over 170 species of mammals and 380 species of birds, plus both the tallest and the largest flower in the world Ruth Daniels original ink and watercolors are a unique combination of flora and fauna found in tropical gardens. The artist has filled her paintings with details of brightly colored flowers, plants and animals that cohabitate in a rainforest paradise. The images reflect the sunlight and warmth of the Caribbean. Amid the mysteries of the landscape are a melange of natural forms that are. This includes a knowledge test and a GCSE exam style test which is an opportunity to show understanding and apply what has been learnt. Each year group sits an end of year exam to assess their accumulation of knowledge. Homework. All students are expected to learn the content of a general Geography knowledge organiser The tropical rainforest is the most important habitat in the world, with over 50% of all plant and animal species living here. The earth is made up of different types of habitats, such as: deserts, forests, tundra and swamps. There a different types of forests, such as: rainforests, temperate forests and mangrove forests Knowledge Organiser Y5 Term 2 Geography South America Glossary Curriculum Drivers Key skills: develop contextual knowledge of the location of globally significant places e.g. the Amazon rainforest Brazil, Colombia and Peru are countries in South America The Amazon is the world's largest rainforest The Amazon rainforest is inhabite