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We have all played the game of ‘consequences’ at some time or other (he said, she said, the consequence was…). This lesson uses that framework to explore the physical features and human geography of rivers, including how upstream activities can impact on what happens further down.
Activities have been pitched at ages 7-9 (Lower KS2), with extension ideas for older or more able children. They have been designed to support small group enquiry, but could be easily adapted as individual assessment tasks at the end of a unit on rivers.