Landforms, landforms, landforms! This bundle is packed with resources!
Make a mini book to teach about landforms!
Landforms Mini- Book lesson, review, definitions, visualizations or center work
Included in this product are 4 different ways to help kids learn and visualize different landforms. 20 landforms are included: Mountain, Hill, Pond, River, Cave, Island, Valley, Lake, Canyon, Beach, Waterfall, Glacier, Plain, Volcano, Meander, Floodplain, Delta, Archipelago
Check out the pictures to see the different options for lessons- great for differentiating!
Here is a great task card/ sort with several lesson options!
Set of Landforms Task Cards Sort for 3+ Lessons with REAL pictures! 60 cards!
In this activity, students match the landform to its term and/or definition. 3 options for recording sheets are available for 3 different lessons options. Within those lessons are several options for differentiating for leveled learners.
60 CARDS TOTAL (pictures, terms and definitions)
Cut and Paste: Landforms Cut and Paste Definitions, flash cards- 20 words, 4 lesson options
Included in this product are 4 different ways to help kids comprehend and visualize different landforms. 20 landforms are included: Mountain, Hill, Pond, River, Cave, Island, Valley, Lake, Canyon, Beach, Waterfall, Glacier, Plain, Volcano, Meander, Floodplain, Delta, Archipelago
This is a great activity to help students visualize the landforms! There are many ways of using this product.
• 1st set: (horizontal: 1-3) Give students’ definitions pages and the picture pages. Have them locate the picture that describes the definition. They then cut and paste to make a sheet of notes useful for studying. You can give each page out individually or for more of a challenge give all three out at once!
• The second set of papers (vertical: A-D) is used to have students sort the pictures and definitions, and again use as a notes sheet.
• The 3rd set of papers has the word, definition and then space for students to either cut and paste the picture or draw their own. (Use the horizontal page with all the pictures if you are having students cut and paste.)
• The last set (4th) can be harder for students…you give them the word and picture and they find (or write) the definitions. Even though it is harder, the thought involved in this set is very worthwhile!