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A landform model can be shaped from simple, inexpensive dough. A range of geological features can be realistically modeled in this way, including mesas, canyons, volcanoes, plateaus, flood plains, mountain ranges, seasho... More »

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Two excellent sources for free landform images are Kidzsearch.com and NASA Geomorphology from Space, disc.gsfc.nasa.gov. Both sources include an extensive array of images derived from aerial photography or from space. Co... More »

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Canada's seven physiographic regions are the Arctic Lands, Cordillera, Canadian Shield Forest Lands, Interior Plains, St. Lawrence Lowlands, Hudson Bay Lowland and Appalachia, according to The Canadian Encyclopedia. Each... More »

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An edible solar system project is a type of project in which one makes a model of the solar system using only edible materials. Making an edible solar system project is often helpful in teaching children how the solar sy... More »

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While there are many ways to make a model cinder cone volcano, one relatively simple way is using homemade salt dough or clay. A cinder cone volcano is a volcano of classic shape, where the steep sides have a relatively ... More »

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To make a model of a mountain, use a soda bottle or a tall cardboard cylinder as the center of the mountain. Attach cardboard strips from the high point to a wooden or cardboard base. Cover with paper-mache strips and pa... More »

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Gelatin, fruit and candy can be used to make a 3-D model of an animal cell. The gelatin is used to form the cytoplasm or base of the cell. A light color should be used so that the candies and fruit used to portray the co... More »

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