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Andy Leiser

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U.S. Landform/Landmark Project

add Tap add to begin this activity. pages Find your landform or landmark in the pages. 3dots Tap the three dots on the pages. Create two duplicates of your page. 3dots Tap the three dots on other landform/landmark pages. Tap delete slide. Repeat for all other landform/landmark slides. move Tap the move tool in the bottom toolbar. Drag the images on your page to find your two favorite. Place your favorites on the photo rectangles. Delete the others (three dots, delete) Double tap into the text box. Share your research. pages Use extra pages if you have more research to share. Then tap on the Location map page. move Drag the features at the bottom on to the map to show where your landform or landmark is located. Drag the label next to it and change the name to the name of your landform or landmark. drawing For Mississippi River, use the ink in the toolbar to trace over the river. mic Record yourself reading your research.

4th Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, History, Social Studies
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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