Reflection: Lesson Planning Over the River and through the Woods... - Section 2: Activity


When you plan this lesson make sure you have a good range of landform books for the students to choose from. They should be able to look through the books with ease and pick out the landform labels.

A good sample is:


The students enjoy going through the books and recognizing the various landforms.  


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Over the River and through the Woods...

Unit 9: Maps
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to gather information from provided resources to answer a question.

Big Idea: Labeling images helps students build landform recognition skills.

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