Apple Pie and Landforms

Tour the world to find ingredients and see some landforms.

1. Let's start with a story.

Click here to watch this exciting adventure tale.

2. Pack your bags! We are off on an adventure.

Follow the directions to gather your ingredients for your pie and, along the way, you will visit some interesting landforms. Click here to join the tour. Record your observations in your Travel Journal.

3. You don't have to be an owl to enjoy a Panoramic view. Wow!

Choose a place to visit on Google Street View. Be sure to choose a location that has a landform or a natural setting in the picture. Record your observations on the back cover of your Travel Journal.

4. Are you a puzzle whiz?

Complete this puzzle of the landforms poster.

5. What would you ask a Ranger?

We will be meeting with a Park Ranger from Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. If you would like to ask the ranger a question about this area and the landforms you may find there, click here to go to a Padlet and post your question.

6. Learning from an expert.

Yellowstone National Park is one of our country's treasures. There are many landforms here that you may not see in other places. A park ranger will help to answer some of the questions we asked on the Padlet.

Yellowstone National Park

Friday, May 5th, 2:15pm

This is an online event.

Taking place at the Mills Pond Elementary Library.
Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park

What type of landform is Old Faithful?