Lesson 4 - Physical Properties of a River

In our last video we covered Climate Change and its effects in the Columbia Basin watershed.

In this lesson we will explore the physical properties of a river, using our senses to investigate the river channel.

What landforms we discover in the stream and on the banks can tell us a story about the river’s journey and health. Let’s go have a look!

Watch Know Your Watershed Educator Jade Harvey introduce you to the physical properties of a river. Then click on the lesson plan, which will lead you through a short activity to help you better understand the physical properties of a river.

Lesson 4: Physical Properties of a River


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