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Great idea to make vocabulary words a bit more interesting! Could adapt it from middle school to elementary grades...Would be a good idea for a word work journal even! :)

Teaching Landforms Currently my students are learning about many different types of landforms.  We have viewed, discussed, and identified the following:  oceans, rivers, lakes, valleys, mountains, plateaus, islands, peninsulas, hills, canyons, and volcanoes.  After a couple days of lessons on landforms, I had my students create a landform flipbook to illustrate and describe five landforms of their choice.  Above, is an example of a landform flipbook that I

If you are looking for physical geography or earth science basics, stay on this site. It's not just for geography for kids, it's for everyone. This site has an introduction to the earth sciences that includes topics on the Earth's structure, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere

Geography for Kids-Our favorite toys for introducing kids to geography

You will need a globe or map, and some fun geography flash cards for this fun geography game

Here's a nice set of materials for studying different parts of the globe.

World Geography Country Cards ~ Printables for 49 different countries

Geography Interactive Notebook Fun This looks interesting. The directions say to cut out each part and glue only the top so that students can write underneath the flap. We could use this when we introduce earth's structures/U.S. regions. Students could maybe categorize these based on what is found in U.S. and where. For example, volcanoes are found in Hawaii.

latitude and longitude practice.... kids fill in all columns except one per row and trade with a classmate to have them fill out the rest. good way to practice finding places on the map and using lat and long.