Archive for the ‘Rivers’ Category

These links should help you with your homework task.

Grey Heron

Otter

Natterjack Toad

Canal Wildlife

UK Safari

HereĀ is a link to help you with the rivers fact sheet.

Rivers

When you have finished, you can explore this website which tells you how we use water in our lives.

The Water Family

Use these websites to research flooding. The information should help you put together a notebook file all about floods.

Think about having different pages for different topics, such as:

  • why rivers flood,
  • what the impact is on people and homes,
  • if flooding can be prevented,
  • preparing yourself in times of flooding.

Make your notebook as interesting as you can. Use your own words, don’t just copy and paste!

Environment Agency Website

Flooding

Flood Prevention

Flooding In Your Area

Flood Barriers

 

These websites should help you to find out more about river animals.

RSPB: Grey Heron

Otternet

Natterjack Toad

Waterscape

UK Safari

Remember to hand your homework in on Tuesday 8th May!

 

This will help you to complete the task on UK Rivers.

UK Rivers

Good luck!

Use these links to help with your Rivers Glossary.

BBC Rivers Glossary

Woodland School Website

 

Read the information carefully!

You might want to draw pictures to go with each definition too, to help you remember what they mean.

Your task is to find the meanings of words that we use when talking about rivers. These sites will help you!

BBC Schools – Rivers and Coasts

What is a river?

 

Follow this link to find out the information to complete your Rivers Information sheet.

Rivers Information

 

If you have finished, you can look at how families use the water that comes into their homes.

The Water Family

 

Have fun!

 

This is the rivers glossary site.

An online water conservation game. How much water can you save? Let me know.