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You just never know if you will win, who knows maybe this is your lucky time. Go to my previous post and scroll down to enter or just click here to get you there. Today's post will be nice and short. We worked on land forms and made an anchor chart together. They each made a land form poster and they came out cute! And something waaaaay off topic. I left this cute little surprise in our fridge for my husband. Can't wait to see his reaction when he open the fridge door. And of course I added…
Fun, edible way to teach landforms. (SS1G3 The student will locate major topographical features of the earth’s surface. c. Identify and describe landforms, including mountains, deserts, vall eys, plains, plateaus, and coasts.)
NEW! Loaves of Landforms
A foundation in geography begins with an understanding of the terms geographers use to describe the features of Earth. Help students grow their vocabulary and learn to recognize common landforms such as islands, lakes, peninsulas, gulfs, straits, and isthmuses in a hands-on lesson using soft and squishy slices of bread!
A Train Tour of the Northeast
In fourth grade, we study the US regions. We do have a textbook, but let's be honest- it is a little bit boring. So, my 4th grade tea...