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Landforms Interactive Notebook Pack

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Today’s printable is one of our favorites! Have you done many lapbooks or interactive notebooks in your home? If not, give them a try! You may find that you love them!

Teach your kids about Landforms with this interactive notebook packThis Landforms Interactive Notebook has a couple of different elements:

Landforms Visual Dictionary
Mapping the Landforms of the United States
Interactive Notebook Elements

Using the Pack is easy!

Many of these elements are open-ended. Younger students can use the elements to simply label the landforms. For example, on the layer books, they can write what the landform shown is. Older students can write the definitions as well, or they can use an atlas to write where an example of each landform can be found.

If you need help identifying the landforms, check out our printable Visual Guide to Landforms.

DSC_0638 DSC_0623Visual Dictionary

Graphics by Ashley Hughes

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    • Hi Becky! Everything we share is free for two weeks, and we often have other times when we give resources away for free. Our “regular” readers know that our resources are free for two weeks and then become resources for purchase. We’re sorry you didn’t know that and apologize if it upset you.

  • Thank you for all the wonderful printables you do. No need for an apology because one didn’t load right. We all have things happen and we appreciate all you do to help us all. Thank you so much. Deborah

  • HI…

    I really need help for my 7yr old daughter. She seems to be out of focus… When we are talking to her or for example teaching her… she can’t get it. She’s now at her 3rd grade and she still cant read simple words or even remember the sound of vowels… etc..

    My wife suggested that we should take her to a child psychiatrist. And because we are just average family living in the third world country like the Philippines… Doctors like that are so expensive with the average of PHP 3000 pesos per session… it is way…way out of our budget. That is why my wife still keep on researching on ways how to approach our daughter.

    My wife had previous marriage from the past and they had 4 beautiful girls. After their biological father left them and did not give financial support for their children.. My wife has to work alone till I came along. They are so perfect and I so love them deeply. My work as a skilled painter in a construction firm will not meet the financial needs if we still have to go to a child psychiatrist. And to top all that… our 2nd daughter kathleen need much attention because she was diagnosed with GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT DELAYED.

    just wishing you could help me with my 7yr old daughter. we wouldnt want her to be left out from school. and i know you’re thinking how come she got to 3rd grade… well.. sad to say that’s what public education here… and also we admit that sometimes because both of us are working… some quality time for our kids are being sacrifies. If you could help us… anything specially in visual aids that we need… please… we would be eternally greatful.

    Thanks for your time in reading my letter… 🙂

    arnel

    • Hey can you tell me where you have specific instructions about the lap book itself? I see the picture on your blog but certain things are not labelled. What exactly are the two layer books representing and what is at each level? Looks great! Thanks. Marny

      • Hi Marny! I just posted a visual guide to help identify which landform is which- you can grab that here: https://onlypassionatecuriosity.com/a-visual-guide-to-landforms/

        As for what to write on each element, I actually left that a bit open ended on purpose because I am working with such a wide range of ages in my own home. My youngest is simply coloring the layer books. My middle is labeling them with the name of each landform shown. My oldest is describing the landforms as well as labeling them, and then I am having him look in an atlas to see if he can find an example of one, and he includes that location information as well. You can have your kids do any number of things with them!

        I hope that helps!

      • Hi Marny! I just posted a visual guide to help identify which landform is which- you can grab that here: https://onlypassionatecuriosity.com/a-visual-guide-to-landforms/

        As for what to write on each element, I actually left that a bit open ended on purpose because I am working with such a wide range of ages in my own home. My youngest is simply coloring the layer books. My middle is labeling them with the name of each landform shown. My oldest is describing the landforms as well as labeling them, and then I am having him look in an atlas to see if he can find an example of one, and he includes that location information as well. You can have your kids do any number of things with them!

        I hope that helps!

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