Teach kids about landforms by having them create an imaginary world that includes selected landforms, by having them create a mini landforms dictionary or by making a 3-D model of the landforms in your area. Students nee... More »

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The landforms taught in home school vary depending on the grade level of the student, but common landforms include mountains, valleys, hills, plains and plateaus. Others include deserts, volcanoes, islands and peninsulas... 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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The landforms taught in home school vary depending on the grade level of the student, but common landforms include mountains, valleys, hills, plains and plateaus. Others include deserts, volcanoes, islands and peninsulas... More »

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Reading and hands-on experiences are good ways to help students connect to past events and the prominent figures of black history and to reinforce the past's relevance to the current day. As with the history of any cultu... More »

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Visual and memorization cues are creative ways to teach kids to tell time and help them grasp complex concepts associated with reading analog clocks, according to the Guardian Teachers Network. Popular techniques include... More »

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Good ways to teach kids fire safety include a musical game that teaches the stop, drop and roll technique with children crawling, walking or dancing around the room until the music stops. Children then cover their faces,... More »

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