Four of a kind – Rivers

Four of a kind is a thinking skills activity that can be used for revision, lesson starter or plenary. Students group keywords / features into groups of four and explain their choices. It is a great way of checking knowledge and understanding of a topic and works well when students collaborate in groups.

Below is an example for rivers. Click the image to download.

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