Landforms of India
Landforms are the different physical features of the Earth’s surface. The mountains, hills, valleys, plateaus, plains, and deserts that we all know are just a few examples of landforms. These geographical features are important not only because they make up one-fourth of our world, but they also regulate the ecosystem, climate, and weather, making it possible for humans like us to live.
Our Grade 3 students started learning about the different types of landforms with particular focus on the landforms of India which consists of The Himalayan Range, the Northern plains, Indian desert, Deccan plateau, Eastern and Western Ghats. With the help of pictures from atlas and globe, they made observations about the various features of the landforms. They went on further to explore the physical and political boundaries and explored different states and their capitals. They presented their understanding while developing their motor skills by drawing physical maps of India.
Grade 2 students have also been learning about Indian state and their capitals.
Here is Ansh Palriwal of Grade 2 naming the state capitals.