Landforms: a printable geography unit study

$8.00

In this landforms unit, investigate the forces shaping our landscapes and compare and contrast desert and coastal landforms!

Description

In this landforms unit, investigate the forces shaping our landscapes and compare and contrast desert and coastal landforms! Explore 12 common landforms: isthmus, island, peninsula, mesa, canyon, cliff, sand dune, mountain, hill, valley, volcano, and cave!

Age group: My units are ideal for mixed-age group classrooms and homeschool. This unit is best suited to early elementary through early middle school.

~

Materials Included (26 PDF pages total)

•Common Landforms poster
•12 three-part cards
•Field trip worksheets
•Flashcard activities guide
•Coastal Landscape poster
•Desert Landscape poster
•Coastal Landscape matching
•Desert Landscape matching
•About Landforms handout & brainstorm activity
•12 information cards
•Build your own landforms activity guide
•Build your own landforms mat
•Teacher Directions

+ Free bonus online materials:

•Background landforms information, reference websites, and links to 360-degree views of examples of each of the landforms in this unit! – click here.

 

Please Note:

→These materials and all artwork within are for personal and single classroom use only. Do not sell, redistribute, share, or alter these materials. These materials may be printed for personal and single classroom use as many times as you like.

→Contact me if you are interested in purchasing multiple licenses for your school or organization.

→ This is an instant PDF download, no physical items will be shipped.

→ 1-sided printing on 8.5-inch by 11-inch paper is recommended. Larger paper may affect image quality.

→ Any props or books in product photos are for staging purposes only and are not included in the purchase.

→ Due to the nature of digital products, all purchases are final. However, please contact me with any concerns or questions about your order.

→The activities in this pack should be completed with adult supervision. Outdoor activities may involve certain risks including but not limited to trips/falls, exposure to the elements, wildlife, etc. Do not complete the outdoor activities in unsafe areas or conditions (steep terrain, bad weather, etc.).

 

Get in Touch:

I’m happy to answer your questions about this item – please don’t hesitate to reach out to me 🙂

Contact Valerie

Free samples of my work

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Landforms: a printable geography unit study”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *