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Waterfalls and Gorges -River Tees.

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Last updated 30 March 2014, created 28 September 2011, viewed 2,767

KS2 level work based on the local river. Activities include labelling the key elements of a waterfall, ordering and explaining how a waterfall is created, and how a gorge forms. Example used: High Force located on the River Tees. USES SASSOON PRIMARY INFANT FONT- AS STANDARD IN OUR SCHOOL.

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  • Word documentActivity
    1. waterfall pciture.doc (120kb, Word document)
  • Word documentActivity
    2.gorge.doc (209kb, Word document)
  • Word documentActivity
    How a waterfall forms.doc (274kb, Word document)
  • Notebook documentActivity
    waterfalls and gorges.notebook (6mb, Notebook document)
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Some outstanding, practical and simple activities that well-complimented my lesson on Waterfalls. Note: not necessarily anything to do with the River Tees! Great.

from SammyChuckle, 30 March 2014
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A good set of resources - but I don't have the font you used, so I had to work to get an idea of how you intended them to be. If you altered this to a standard, non-commercial font, it'd be more useful.

from Thomas Pitts, 26 February 2012
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