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Limestone pop up

  1. 1. Rocks, resources & Scenery<br />Karst Landscape Pop Up<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  2. 2. Equipment<br /><ul><li>Scissors
  3. 3. Glue
  4. 4. Pen
  5. 5. Pencil
  6. 6. Green, blue and brown pencil crayons</li></ul>Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  7. 7. Step 1<br />Cut out around the edge of the template and the shaded areas in the centre. <br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  8. 8. Step 2<br />Colour the river blue with a blue pencil crayon<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  9. 9. Step 3<br />Colour the land behind the river green<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  10. 10. Step 4<br />Colour the rock at the side and below the cave brown <br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  11. 11. Step 5<br />Shade everything else limestone grey<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  12. 12. Step 6<br />Using a writing pen label the following features:<br />1 Swallow hole<br />2 Clints<br />3 Grykes<br />4 Stalactite<br />5 Stalagmite<br />6 Pillar<br />7 Spring / resurgence<br />8 Cave / cavern<br />9 Clay<br />10 Limestone <br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  13. 13. Step 7<br />Fold tightly along all the dashed lines<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  14. 14. Step 8<br />Glue the sides together and glue in your books over the fold of a double page<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  15. 15. Step 9<br />1 Swallow hole<br />2 Clints<br />3 Grykes<br />4 Stalactite<br />5 Stalagmite<br />6 Pillar<br />7 Spring / resurgence<br />8 Cave / cavern<br />9 Clay<br />10 Limestone <br />Create a key in your books and describe each of the features labelled on the pop up.<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  16. 16. Step 10<br />Research in the textbooks any other notes about limestone of karst scenery and take notes around your pop up<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />
  17. 17. Step 11<br />Step back and admire your hard work – well done!<br />Learning Objectives<br />ALL = to know the features of Karst landscapes<br />MOST = to understand how they form<br />SOME = to describe the features<br />

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