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a) River dominoes

These dominoes can be used as at the beginning or end of a session and act as a good revision tool towards the end of the topic. Simply cut them out and pupils match up the keywords with their definitions.

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a) Water on the land dominoes

These dominoes help pupils to revise key terms seen throughout the topic and make an excellent starter or plenary activity.

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b) Niagara Falls question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.

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b) River trumps

These trumps work just like top trumps. Cut out the cards and pupils use them to play a card game. There are playing instructions included with the worksheet.

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c) Grand Canyon question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.

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c) Rivers catchphrase

These catchphrase resources act as an excellent starter at the beginning of the topic. It get pupils thinking of topic keywords, as they simply say what they can see!!

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d) Hoover dam question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.

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d) Misissippi question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.

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d) River term anagrams

The anagram resources act as an excellent starter at the beginning of the topic, getting pupils thinking of topic keywords.

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e) Flooding question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.

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e) UK river anagrams

Both the catchphrase and anagram resources act as excellent starters at the beginning of the topic. Both types of resource get pupils thinking of topic keywords.

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f) Flood response question time

These question time activities provide a quick, sharp start to a lesson. Pupils need to try and answer the three questions about the image, before asking any questions that they may have.

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f) World river anagrams

Both the catchphrase and anagram resources act as excellent starters at the beginning of the topic. Both types of resource get pupils thinking of topic keywords.

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g) Dam picture reveal

These resources provide a lesson starter activity which gets pupils using their thinking skills from the beginning of the lesson. There is an image hidden under the grid, and by clicking one of the squares, that small section is revealed. Pupils can take turns guessing what they think the image may be.

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h) Flood picture reveal

These resources provide a lesson starter activity which gets pupils using their thinking skills from the beginning of the lesson. There is an image hidden under the grid, and by clicking one of the squares, that small section is revealed. Pupils can take turns guessing what they think the image may be.

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i) Waterfall picture reveal

These resources provide a lesson starter activity which gets pupils using their thinking skills from the beginning of the lesson. There is an image hidden under the grid, and by clicking one of the squares, that small section is revealed. Pupils can take turns guessing what they think the image may be.

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j) Rivers picture spin

These games are very simple lesson starters. Pupils simply have to guess what the spinning image is!

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Rivers and flooding memory mad

In this game pupils have to memorise the key words and write down their definitions. 

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Talk about rivers and flooding

In this resource, pupils have to discuss the key term for 30 seconds. If they don't manage this simply click next for the next key term and participant!

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Talk about water on the land

In this resource, pupils need to talk about the chosen keyword or concept for 60 seconds (a step up from the 30 seconds at KS3). They do have the added advantage of seeing the word to structure their answer prior to starting. 

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