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Your young geographers will combine what they have learned about the five themes of geography and their inner creativity to design a physical map for an imaginary nation.
In this geography terms worksheet, students cut out 12 land form pictures and definitions to quiz themselves. They look at 12 pictures and write the correct land-form below and take a 12 question quiz on the definitions.
Students act out the destruction and creation of land forms. In this geology lesson, students examine geological processes that create land forms. Students act out a play to present to other classes to demonstrate land form creation.
Students are able to explain how the water cycle recycles the earth's water supply. They are able to make use of the knowledge of land forms learned in social studies. Students are able to form a hypothesis on how/why the water cycle...
The rainforest, the Andes Mountains, and the Amazon River are all featured in this simplistic slide show. Intended to show the major geological features common to Latin America, this presentation provides only three geological areas and...
Students explore world geography by creating a 3D diorama. In this New Zealand land form lesson, students examine color images of New Zealand's wildlife and discuss the different elements inside them. Students utilize these images to...
In this land forms worksheet, students read about land forms, draw pictures of land forms, identify them in pictures, and more. Students complete 4 activities.
Young scholars identify natural features on a landscape map. In this map skills lesson, students use a map marker and post-it notes to label a valley, peninsula, bay, desert, and plateau.
Third graders use a word processing program to create a working dictionary, including definitions and pictures, of physical land forms used in the study of different regions of the world.
Students explore the Grand Canyon. They observe pictures of the three canyons and compare the canyons o mountains and plains. Students brainstorm ways how the Grand Canyon might have been created. They draw pictures of the Grand Canyon...