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Get your students ready to try something New, Different, and FUN! These Landforms and Bodies of Water Flip-Flap Books allow your students to show ...

This is a little book I made with my students to practice naming landforms.The book prints 2 to a page to save copies! :) I included a version with the TEKS at the top of each page, and a version without. Landforms included: Mountains Valleys Rivers Oceans Gulfs Plains Hills Peninsula Islands Lakes

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Identifying Rocks

Rock Cycle [More important than you think! When picking rocks for hardscapes you want to use Metamorphic rock in most cases, especially with water (so it doesn't leach anything into the water) but it is also important to know what type of rockscape your c

Students cut and paste pictures of landforms and bodies of water with their name. Color coded by landforms (white pieces) and bodies of water (gray pieces). Answer key is included! Landforms included: -mountain -valley -plateau -plain -hill -island Bodies of Water -ocean -lake -pond -river Answer Key Included Clipart by: Ashley Hughes and Scrappin Doodles

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Weathering, Erosion, Deposition QR Activity

For the activity, I generally have students in groups of 2-4 and print off group copies of the QR codes, cut them and half, and this way you will have a sort. Students will need to match the description of the different weather, erosion, and deposition forces (water, ice, gravity, etc) with what part of W.E.D. it belongs to. For assessments, there is a graphic organizer for students to fill in as they are completing the sort, and there is also a 10 question assessment. Answer Key Included.

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First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

Teaching With a Mountain View: First Day of School Activities for Big Kids

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Landforms Puzzles

In this classroom activity, students could cut up the puzzle pieces and have them match and glue them into their social studies notebook. Great for 4th graders.