This is a simple picture sorting test to assess whether students can identify pictures of landforms. One page has the directions and nine landform pictures. The landforms are very clear in the pictures. Then, on the second page, there are nine boxes with the landforms labeled. The kids just have to cut out the pictures and put them in the correct places. When teaching the landforms, I have the kids come up with actions to represent each landform (Like making an upside down v with the arms to represent a mountain.) I let them do the motions if they need help remembering. This is a true test of whether your students know the landforms. It only assesses this; no reading is involved other than reading the names of the landforms. I used this test for a second grade class with lots of English Language Learners, but it could be used for any class studying the characteristics of landforms.