World Land and Water Cards for Ages 3-6 & Elementary

Discover natural and manmade geographic land forms. Includes Mount Fuji, Carlsbad Caverns, an inselberg, Uluru, Panama Canal, Seine River, Mono Lake, Yangshou Mountains, Villarica Volcano, the Dry Valleys and more.

Students sort the cards under water and land labels. Primary Version for Ages 3-6 have photo-name cards. Elementary version has photo-sentence cards. Both have continent cards for land and for water for each continent. Students sort them that way.

World Land and Water Plastic Cards for Ages 3-6
World Set of Plastic Cards for all of the continents. This work Includes 14 photo-word cards, 1 land card and 1 water card for each continent. Use when working with one continent or place in continent folders. Students sort 14 photos for each continent and place them under land and water control labels for each continent.

North American Land: Blue Ridge Mountains, Carlsbad Caverns, Eureka Sand Dunes, Grand Canyon, Double O Arch, Puu Oo Volcanic Cone, Meteor Crater. North American Water: Everglades, Castle Geyser, Grand Prismatic Hot Springs, Lake Superior, Niagara Falls, Ottawa River, Panama Canal.

This work is also available by the continent - see our continent materials section.
$79.00
WLW-P
WLW Elementary - Plastic Cards
World Set of Plastic Cards for all of the continents. Includes 14 photo-sentence cards, 1 land card and 1 water card for each continent. Place in continent folders. Students sort them under land and water control labels. Find them on a map or make a map and label them.

North America: Lake Superior is one of the Great Lakes. It contains 10% of the world's fresh water. South America: Perito Moreno Glacier moves 6.5 feet a day. It is one of 48 glaciers in the Patagonian Ice Field. Europe: The Grand Canal is a shallow, s-shaped lagoon. It is a transportation route in Venice, Italy.
$79.00
WLW-E
World Land and Water - Early Childhood - PDF
This PDF downloadable material includes 105 photo cards and 7 continent labels. There are 15 photos per continent and a land and water card for each continent.

(Geography-Land and Water Forms, Geography-Maps, Language-Reading)

Put these cards out when working with a continent or have 7 pouches with the work in it and have them with the maps. Students sort the photo cards to the land and water label cards. They become familiar with special places on the earth!
$9.00
WLW-PPDF