At the end of each school year, our firsties would wrap up the year with a unit about landforms and a luau. As part of our landform unit, I would have my class create a landform dictionary. Each child was assigned a different landform to research. They had to either draw a picture of the landform or find a picture to glue to the dictionary page. They also had to define the landform and give 3 real-life examples. They could use different websites and reference books to find information about their landform. When all of the pages were turned in, we put the pages in alphabetical order and created a Landform Dictionary to put in our classroom library. I graded their dictionary page with a rubric and had each student fill out a rubric for themselves as well. I’ve have put all these together for you a neat little bundle that you can get by clicking on the picture below, or by clicking here.