January 13, 2013

Landforms AHEAD

This week we are working on landforms... and I love it almost as much as my kids do!
Seriously, it is so much fun to learn about and through!
Here are some if the things we DID this week while learning about landforms. 

On Day 1 we wrote about landforms we liked.
I came up with motions for each landforms, which is always a HUGE hit!

Here is some images from Day 2.

I hope I have time to post a few more FUN activities we did this week. 
I have a Pinterest Board dedicated to Landforms this topic, so click {here}to see the landform ideas.
And... here is my unit's activities
 
 
 
 Leave me some comments and I will give away 2 of these plans on Monday. 
(If you already purchased them, I will give you a pick of any of unit I sell for free.)
Winner are Number 2 {Rachel} and Number 14 {Crystal!} Your email is being sent now!!!
here on TpT, here on TN
  Mary Amoson, Sharing Kindergarten

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18 comments:

  1. This will be a great supplement to our Landforms lesson in March!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  2. Would love to win this! Great packet!

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  3. Love your products!
    kcahcrim@comcast.net

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  4. This unit would be great to use when we get to landforms. I hope I win it!

    lindsey4314@yahoo.com

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  5. This unit would be great to use when we get to landforms. I hope I win it!

    lindsey4314@yahoo.com

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  6. Would love to have this unit to teach landforms!
    maria.youngblut@cardinalcomet.com

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  7. What a wonderful unit and what a blessing to share this! This would be wonderful for my first graders! rwrench64@yahoo.com

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  8. oh my goodness....stumbled upon your landforms! he, he.
    I am always interested in any packets that address the social studies objectives because it is very difficult finding quality units for the kindergarten/first grade child...i have to teach SS daily as a stand-alone discipline {:-(}(in the past i could thematically teach s and ss)so the information has to stand up to the rigor of daily lessons. Thanks for taking the time to give some ideas for Social Studies.
    i appreciate the opportunity to have a chance at the prize!
    laura
    lhardin@lcisd.org

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  9. Your littles did such a great job with their landform writing! I am impressed!

    thepolishedteacher@gmail.com
    ThePolishedTeacher

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  10. This looks like a great lesson plan!
    simplyjaneen@gmail.com

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  11. What an engaging unit on landforms! I love that you encluded an emergent reader. Traci

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  12. This is super cute and full of learning!!! I would love to win!!!
    Bethpittman1@cocmast.net

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  13. Woohoo! I would LOVE to win this unit! Thanks for the chance!

    Crystal
    zadorafamily@gmail.com

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  14. Woohoo! I would LOVE to win this unit! Thanks for the chance!

    Crystal
    zadorafamily@gmail.com

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  15. Love, love, love your blog and ideas!!! I just got our PI (Personal Inquiry) unit on landforms today to fill out. We rotate classes for our PI time which is 45 minutes a day and I teach all our little k kids. PI is the kids favorite time of the day as is the teachers. I would love to add to what I already teach to my landforms unit!!!!
    Kimchaiken@gmail.com

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  16. I will love to win this Lesson Plan!!! It goes perfect with my Social Studies theme right now!!! Love your blog!!!!

    Zuleyka Rivera
    zrivera36@gmail.com

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  17. Great ideas...hope I win :)

    Jen
    jeneratorj@gmail.com

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  18. Great unit, thanks for the chance. I always love an emergent reader with it too!
    lbettis@everestkc.net

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