Identifying Landforms Task Cards
This set of 72 PRINTABLE task cards will help your students identify landforms and learn that landforms are unique. Each card features an illustration with the name of the landform, but where the challenge comes in is that the student then needs to match the illustration to a real life photograph of the same landform. This set includes three decks so that each illustration is shown three times, but with a new photograph throughout. Answers can be marked by either clips, coins, or by circling answers on the printable recording sheets.
What is the purpose of this set?
I believe it is important for kids of all ages and abilities to be able to recognize landforms in the world around them! While using illustrations of our natural world is helpful at times, it is even more important that students see what the world around them looks like in reality and to understand that the same type of landforms can look different all over the globe. For example, a beach in the Northwest portion of the United States looks nothing like a beach in the Caribbean. In my shop you will find that I carry a wide assortment of resources dedicated to identifying landforms to help students understand this beautiful planet we live on.
Identifying Landforms Task Cards Set Includes:
✨ 72 printable and clippable task cards for identifying landforms
✨ Title cards to help keep sets organized and divided
✨ Recording sheet
✨ Answer key for the teacher
Printing tip! To make your task cards last longer I recommend printing them on cardstock and laminating.
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