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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 landform flipbook that students can create in order to differentiate between the different types of landforms. This activity could be done as guided practice, and it could also be an assessment tool after a lesson on landforms.

Water and landform anchor chart

Landforms and Bodies of Water FREEBIE!

Week 3: Learning About Landforms: Lots of ideas for teaching and writing about landforms.

FUNCTIONAL FOLDING FUN ~BEST SELLER~NEWLY EXPANDED {Based On Common Core Standards} Elementary Paper Folding Flap Books For All Subject Areas! Just print, fold, cut and you are ready to go! Print on colored paper for an added variety! This 80 page unit includes a variety of folding flap books including: blank books which can be used for any topic, Venn Diagrams, word families, contractions, grammar, character map, vocabulary, short & long vowels, math, science and social studies topics too! ...

Geography: Drawing a picture of landforms as a dinosaur could be a great way to review the landforms found throughout the country. Landforms are a big part of our social studies lesson, so this is a fun interactive activity that can help the students easily remember the various landforms.

The Lesson Plan Diva: Landforms and Bodies of Water - would work well as an assessment

Landforms. Free. Hit download preview to print.tpt

Fun rewards without using candy!

Water Cycle Movie

Maps and Globes - A Printable Book for Introducing Map Skills - Your students will practice following written instructions as they label, color, ...

video-Me on the Map Book

FREE Landforms Dictionary (or Coloring Book) This versatile set can be used as either a student Landforms dictionary or as a Landforms Coloring Bo...

Such a fun game to quiz students about what landforms can be found in Texas. After accessing the PowerPoint on this website, go through the images and have the students name the landform. Then, have the student determine whether it can be found in Texas or not.

Autobiography Island - Shake up how you get to know your students. could be a good way to introduce a mini lesson/assesment on map skills

I LOVE THIS WEBSITE. So many fun computer activities for social studies/science

LANDFORMS = FUN!!!!! Check out my newest Flip-Flap Book on Landforms and Bodies of Water. Try something different and Interactive!$