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  • Nancy D. Cuevas

    Landforms and Bodies of Water Flip Flap Books

  • Scottie Evans

    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 ...

  • Jamie Confer Grace

    Landforms & water flipbooks $5.00

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Landforms and Bodies of Water Flip-Flap Books

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

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

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Landforms Flip Book from First Grade Fun on TeachersNotebook.com (13 pages) - Landforms Flip Book

I think I'd like one for Substitutes -- better than my little notebook, which I think is too intimidating -- this is cute and user-friendly Parent Flip Book Template

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Does the thought of teaching about ROCKS and MINERALS make you sleepy? If so, liven up your study of ROCKS and MINERALS by using this fresh and funky flip flap book!$

Enjoy this landforms/bodies of water dictionary for free!It has a page for students to write and color- plateau or canyon, mountain, hills, oce...

FREE Maps and Globes - A Printable Book for Introducing Map Skills

anchor chart idea for an introduction to landforms and bodies of water; link also has an idea for a worksheet to be used for having students identify what type of landform the picture is (could be used as a closure activity)