Rivers KS2 Geography. Test your knowledge of rivers, try the link to Rivers Word search.
River Clyde From Source To Sea Video
The location of the River Clyde is shown on a map of the Central Lowlands of Scotland. The river is followed from its source to the sea. The Clyde is about 170km in length and drops 600m on its journey to the sea.
Rivers And Waterfalls Printable
Various photographs of rivers and waterfalls.
Rivers Word Drop Interactive
Try to arrange the letters into the correct order to spell the word before they reach the bottom.
Rocks & Valleys Gallery Images
12 photographs illustrating rocks, valleys and geological features form the U.K and around the world. By kind permission of GEOPHOTOS.
Spotlight On Rivers Interactive
Britannica’s main “river” article not only explains why
rivers are important, it also covers how rivers flow,
defines river systems and discusses the role of rivers
in human life. The Britannica Activity Centre holds some additional educational resources on rivers to keep children amused.
What Is A River? Interactive
A river is fresh water flowing across the surface of the land, usually to the sea. It flows in a channel. The bottom of the channel is called the bed and the sides of the channel are called the banks.