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Fun edible way to teach landforms!! SS1G3 The student will locate major topographical features of the earth’s surface. c. Identify and describe landforms (mountains, deserts, vall eys, plains, plateaus, and coasts)

Fun edible way to teach landforms! The student will locate major topographical features of the earth’s surface. Identify and describe landforms

Fun, edible way to teach landforms. (SS1G3 The student will locate major topographical features of the earths surface. c. Identify and describe landforms, including mountains, deserts, vall eys, plains, plateaus, and coasts.)

21 Landforms for Kids Activities and Lesson Plans 21 Landforms for Kids Activities and Lesson Plans -Edible Landforms - Teach Junkie

AWESOME edible landforms activity found on this fifth grade blog!!! Can purchase this activity packet at her Teachers Pay Teachers Store, too!

Edible landforms activity - this activity can be used to demonstrate how certain landforms are formed over time and how they can be impacted by human or natural factors - KS

Help your students explore, learn, and write about landforms with this complete unit for Grades 1-3. With 21 landforms reference charts, plus lesson plans, literacy centers, and a culminating landform building, narrative writing project.

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

Help your primary grade students explore, learn, and write about landforms. See our hands-on landforms activities plus our culminating writing project!

solar s'mores | Lorajean G. | Flickr

how to make a solar oven from a pizza box - The tinfoil reflects the suns heat into the box lined with black paper. Apparently she has cooked cookies this way as well! Below is a tutorial for how to make a solar oven from a pizza box.

Practice identifying landforms with this cut and glue activity!

Students will identify landforms with this cut and glue activity! This would be a really great work sheet to do at the end of class.

"Loaves of Landforms" (Scholastic.com) I love this tactile, hands-on idea for teaching children about different types of landforms. :)

I love this tactile, hands-on idea for teaching children about different types of landforms. Students can see the landforms and identify where the land and water will be.

Bodies of Water Anchor Chart

This chart would be a great tool when trying to identify where the animal lives. To make this more useful and grade appropriate, students could include facts and major Texas bodies of water on the back!

This is such a great activitie that would help assess my students comprehension on my unit. It is a fun way to check for understanding by getting them to be cretive and use their knowledge of the landforms. Love it

Landforms- I love this! This is a great way to have the students remember the different types of land forms. Will use in classroom as a silly picture to be able to reference back to in other lessons.

Education to the Core: Me on the Map Activity!  Help kids understand the area around them!

Weekend Reflections: Maps, Counting Activities, and Data Organization

Students create landforms maps using homemade clay: Mix together one 5-pound bag of flour with 5 canisters of salt, then add water until your dough reaches the desired consistency. Students can paint and label the landform maps when they are dry! (detailed step-by-step directions & pictures included in the blog post)

Students create landforms maps using homemade clay: Mix together one bag…

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