Before you begin, you will need blue and brown colored pencils or crayons, a pair of scissors, a glue stick, and all printed activity sheets.
First, using the example page provided, review how the land and water forms should be paired together.
Next, let’s create our matching game!
Color the gray area with blue to represent water
Color in the white spaces with brown to represent land
Cut out each land and water form picture
Cut out each definition and paste it on the back of its matching land or water form
When you are done, see if you can play a matching game with each landform and its opposite water form with yourself, a grown-up, or sibling! (hint: the opposites are paired on the same page before you cut them out)