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  • Emily Hatch

    Great way to teach landforms and incorporate something fun. Would use to help students understand what each landform looks like. (Physical Geography) -EG

  • Lindsay Wohlford

    Fun way to review landforms -2nd grade science

  • Rebecca L

    2nd Grade- Social Studies- Fun way to review landforms.

  • Nicole Fine

    Landform dinosaur! #geography

  • Leslie A

    dino-landforms help understand and remember different types of landforms! the educator in me LOVES this.

  • Kaylee Aulbaugh

    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.

  • Karen Niemeyer

    Fun way to teach Landforms to Elementary School Students.

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Use this as a review or to assess landforms. The dinosaur drawing gives a fun spin on a dry topic.Included is a dinosaur page that students wi...

Landform dinosaur! A great way to review after teaching landforms. To see more go to:

I like how she has them do their title pages for each unit. :) She also has them glue the main learning objectives (or we could do essential questions) on the left hand side then their colorful title page on the right. So much info on this blog... must follow.

WK 16 - PERFECT for week 16 of Cycle 1 CC- Learning about volcanoes!

Great ideas and the kids feel so smart and clever when they do these paper folding projects.

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

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I think by creating an outline similar to this one with the class would be a great way to teach landforms with the students. Teachers can always label the landform first and have the students contribute in filling in the other parts of the chart. Or the teacher could include all the facts and examples first and then have the students try and figure out which landform it is.

Elephant toothpaste (really fun foaming science experiment using hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, and yeast!)