Canyon

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Canyon with river cutting through.

Student Application

Take a ride in a traveling machine to learn about the form and function of landforms.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that a landform is the shape of the surface of the land.
  2. Students will identify continents as the main areas of land on the earth.
  3. Students will understand that a mountain is a landform with steep sides and a high elevation. Some of the mountain ranges in North America are the Rocky Mounta...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    1. Anticipatory Set: Show the class a globe. Have the children identify: ocean, river, continent, lake, island, and peninsula. The landforms shown on the video are: mountain, hill, valley, river, lake, gulf, island, volcano, harbor, bay peninsula, desert, plateau, canyo...

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Canyon

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Canyon and lake.

Student Application

Enjoy this brief introduction to Native Americans in the West through folk tales, where they lived, how they lived with each other and how they live today.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will gain a greater understanding of the contributions of different groups of American Indians from the West.
  2. Students will realize the importance of culture, storytelling, arts, and the respect for nature in different American Indian groups.
  3. Students will understand how the cultures of those groups...

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  1. Make a Totem Pole. Ask students to think of a message, a story, or a lesson that they would like to relate to others. Have students create a totem pole using the medium of their choice (carve soap, paint on paper, etc ask students to be creative). Ask each student to write down what each part of their totem pole symbolizes and explain it to the c...

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Canyon

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Grand Canyon.

Student Application

Introducing the United States of America!


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will realize that the United States of America is a country. A country is a land that is shared by the people who live there. It has its own leaders and its own laws. Many times people call the United States of America the United States or America for short.
  2. Students will understand that the Unite...

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