I had a BLAST making this Power Point. It has several different landforms to review presented in a game format. I included the definitions from wikipedia, there are much larger words, so we can work on context clues as well! Throughout the presentation, there are little 'things' to keep the class' attention. Whether it be balloons that fly up after a page, a camel that runs across the screen, or educational clips (you have to click on the words for them). At the end, their mission is presented - to create a landform map. I included some 'samples'. Each sample is different, and can lead to a discussion on what to/not to do. Samples have little 'reminders' that fly in and fly out upon clicking, my intention was to have one fly in, "Title" and let the students tell me where the title is on the map, then when I click again, that will fly out and another will fly in. These are the yellow things you see in the preview, but they do not appear until clicked :)
When the students are finished viewing, they can use their SS books and landform dictionaries to complete their map. They LOVED this last year, but I didn't have a PPT or samples, so I think this year will be better. When the map was done, they sculpted their land, we let it dry, and they painted it. We put these out in the hall as a game displayed with their maps - students guessed the letter and the number that each map/project matched up to.