Weather & Climate Change » Games and interactive activities

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Guess what weather

A taboo style game where 1 pupil has to have his or her back to the board. Pupils then take turns describing key words to this person, without using a set of banned key words

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Rain cloud odd one out game

These provide starter and plenary activities that are interactive and get pupils thinking. Pupils have to come and choose what they think are the correct answers from the grid. There will usually be three or four incorrect answers hidden within the grid..

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Weather and climate change penalty shootout

These games are very popular with pupils. Pupils answer questions in order to take penalties! As there is the option of one or two players, they can be used with individual pupils or groups of pupils. It works particularly well if the class is split..

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Weather and climate change teacher invaders

Teacher invader games are an excellent tool for revising keywords. Pupils have to match up keywords with definitions to take part in a space invader styled game.

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Weather instrument match up

These games are very interactive, allowing pupils to use an interactive whiteboard if available. The activity can be controlled from a computer if an interactive whiteboard is unavailable. There are time limits on some of these activities to make..

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Weather instrument odd one out game image

Weather instrument odd one out game

These provide starter and plenary activities that are interactive and get pupils thinking. Pupils have to come and choose what they think are the correct answers from the grid. There will usually be three or four incorrect answers hidden within..

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Weather units match up

These games are very interactive, allowing pupils to use an interactive whiteboard if available. The activity can be controlled from a computer if an interactive whiteboard is unavailable. There are time limits on some of these activities to make them..

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