Looking at Landforms-Based on the Washington Quarter Reverse

Students use a Washington State Quarter to examine different landforms and discuss natural resources. After a class discussion on the items found on a Washington State quarter, students brainstorm a list of natural resources found in the environment the difference between renewable and nonrenewable. Students complete a worksheet about different landforms and work in groups to create a mural.

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English Language Arts
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Project-Based Learning
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