Landforms Anchor Chart

After learning about land forms students can better visualize them by coloring a chart to keep with them. Or I could make the chart and have it hang in the classroom for reference.

Water and land-form anchor chart for science. This chart helps students who are visual, understand what the land-forms look like. Science standards: 4. The Physical Setting, C. Processes that Shape the Earth. Grade 6: There are a variety of different land forms on the earth's surface (such as coastlines, rivers, mountains, deltas, and canyons).

Water and land-form anchor chart for science and social studies. This chart helps students who are visual, understand what the land-forms look like.

Plot. I think I like this better.

Anchor Chart - Writing (Story Mountain) I like adding the hook to a plot line for writing!

Landform flip book!

love this geography demonstration plain to mountains geography nomenclature.-could Modify for regions of NC!

Having all these terms organized together along with easy-to-understand pictures could be really helpful when teaching about landforms! www.teachthis.com.au

Landforms, Continents & Oceans Activities {A Science, Writing & Literacy Unit}

Geography alphabet.... LOVE this!!

Oopsy Daisy Exploring the World From A-Z Stretched Canvas Wall Art by Jenny Kostecki-Shaw, 30 by

Grade 2 Social Studies project

Me on the Map - great idea for teaching location and map skills. I'd use a brad instead of a staple. Also, keep track of city/state/country on the larger maps

From Crayola.com: Geography Lesson Plan: Fold-Out Geography Passport

Social Studies - Fold-Out Geography Passport Lesson Plan - Crayola OFFICIAL Site Even though the link is specific, it boots you back to the main menu so. use their search field and type in "geography".

Across the Landscape lesson plan

Across the Landscape lesson plan Create a unique, stunning display of the Earth’s landforms. Showcase learning with textured materials such as sandpaper, aluminum foil, and corrugated paper.

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