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Landforms and Geography Lesson Plans



Landforms

Links verified 3-20-13
  1. Color Landforms Atlas of the United States - a large number of maps are available, take a look at your state's 1895 map
  2. Exploring Landforms in the United States - thirteen pages of images related to maps, landforms and features of the earth An Adobe Acrobat document in .pdf format
  3. Illustrated Glossary of Alpine Glacial Landforms - Click on a feature to see an illustrated example of that feature
  4. Landforms - pictures to help identify landforms.
  5. Landforms in the Continental United States - high quality transparency master An Adobe Acrobat document in .pdf format
  6. Landform Definitions - quiz to be answers whole class or printed out for individual assignments.
  7. Types of Land - learn more about types of land when you click on them in the map.
  8. Label Landforms - Print this sheet and label the landforms using a word bank (Items tested: archipelago, bay, gulf, isthmus, island ,lake, peninsula, river, & strait).
  9. Landforms and Bodies of Water "Look It Up" Quiz - a printable quiz from Enchanted Learning
  10. Landforms and Natural Resources of the U.S. - Quia quiz
  11. Landforms of Tennessee - 6 main land regions; The Blue Ridge, the Appalachian Ridge and Valley Region, the Appalachian Plateau, the Highland Rim, the Nashville Basin, and the Gulf Coastal Plain.
  12. Landforms of the World - (site may be blocked by some school filters)
  13. Photos - links to sites that have online photos and images of the environment, landforms, plants, animals, and biology topics.
  14. Quizzes on Landforms - Matching game, word search,
  15. Venn Diagram Worksheet Maker - from Teachnology - Compare Landforms - Use a Venn diagram to compare and contrast two different landforms or bodies of water.
  16. World Geography - all aspects of geography -oceans, seas, lakes, deserts, mountains. caves, caverns, and more.
  17. Lesson Plans and Games


    1. Geography Lesson Plans and Resources
    2. World Pizza - Build a pizza and learn where each topping is comes from.
    3. National Geographic Geography Games - quizzes and games on World Geography
    4. Earth and Moon viewer - You can view either a map of the Earth showing the day and night regions at this moment, or view the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet specified by latitude, longitude and altitude, from a satellite in Earth orbit, or above various cities around the globe.
    5. Earth's Land Games, Puzzles, Quizzes, Trivia - games, puzzles, quizzes, trivia
    6. Geography4Kids - a mixture of Earth Science and Social Studies topics
    7. Geography Dictionary and Glossary for Students - " primarily aimed at supporting secondary/senior/high school and early tertiary students who are studying Geography or related subjects such as Earth Sciences."
    8. Geography Hotlist
    9. Geo Net Geography games - Select US or World and then select a specific region. For each region there are six games
    10. National Geographic Xpeditions - This huge and growing site for geography educators and students contains more than a hundred original lesson plans and after-school activities for grades K-12, an outline map atlas with more than 1,800 free maps designed for printing or building Web sites, forums where teachers and students can discuss geography, and a 3-D virtual museum of geography built in the spirit of the game Myst.
    11. VolcanoWorld - Oregon State's Excellent Source of Volcano Info
    12. World Explorers
    13. World Geography Games - Many sites that test your knowledge on Geography.
    14. World Time : watch the night shadow move across a globe centered on your location. You can also see what the shadow looks like with any chosen country centered in the view.
    15. World Travel - Interactive site to learn about the continents and countries and their climates; listen to music from various countries, maps to print and more.
    16. Zoom into Maps - migration, pictoral, transporation, historical and many more.

 

 

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