Investigating the five deadly features of a volcanic eruption

This lesson is designed for KS2 students. It can be taught as a stand alone lesson but is also available as part of two wider units, both of which are available on Teach It Forward:

The presentation investigates the five deadly features of a volcanic eruption including volcanic ash, lava flows, volcanic bombs, pyroclastic flows and mud flows (or ‘lahars’).

The activity challenges students to match pictures of each feature to a description. It is differentiated four ways:

Easier – Students match pictures of the five features of a volcanic eruption to the descriptions.
Medium – Students complete cloze procedure sentences. They then match pictures to each description.
Harder – Students complete cloze procedure sentences. They then match pictures to each description and add a title for each section.
Hardest – Children stick pictures of the five features of a volcanic eruption in their books and write their own description next to each one.

Extension – Which feature of a volcanic eruption do children think is the most deadly? Can they explain their answer?


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This product is available as part of the bundle: Volcanoes - KS2 Volcanoes & Earthquakes - KS2

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