Here’s a topographic encounter that is physical, observable and dimensional. Hands-on-to-the-max, it allows your students to really grasp the major features of the landscape and then analyze the way these features shape the way we organize our communities and our lives. In just minutes, your students can actually construct a three-dimensional model that graphically illustrates the basic topographic vocabulary, using only common classroom objects, recycled materials and cloth. A great activity for local history and urban planning.
|Grade levels||1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade|
|Resource types||Cooperative learning, Critical Thinking, Hands-on learning, Inquiry, Multiple Intelligences, Openers / Activating learning, Questioning Strategies, Vocabulary|
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|Is editable content included?||No|
|Supported file formats||.doc, .docx|
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