Odd One Out – Rivers

Odd one out activities provide a nice thinking task that can be used as a lesson starter or as part of a revision session. Provide students with a group of words, which contain an odd one out. They are to identify which is the odd one out and give a reason for this. The example below is for rivers (click the image below to download). See other examples in the teacher area.

Anthony Bennett

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  1. Tara
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    Tara says:

    I love these – especially when they have to try and come up with their own and then justify their selection choices!


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