3D Volcano model
This wonderful model is a free resource that was produced by the Australian Geological Survey. We recommend that you print it out on to A3 size card if you can. You can visit the website it came from for more information or you download the template following the link below the picture.
3D V-Shaped valley
There are two models to download.
The first model has a plain grass cover for the pupils to see what the land would look like in its natural state. The second model has contour lines on it so the pupils can see how the shape of the land is reflected in contour lines. It is recommended that half the class make the plain model and half the class make the contour model. Once on display in the classroom, the pupils can all make the link.
Download models here:
Paper template - with plain grass
Paper template - with contour lines
Print the template on to card and stick it together using double sided sticking tape.
Star festival model
Japan enjoys many festivals and one of these is the star festival or Tanabata. It takes place on 7th July and people decorate bamboo with paper lanterns and colourful strips of paper on which people write their wishes. This model comes in many parts and this model can be made by one person or a group of people sharing the work out.
PAPER TEMPLATES TO MAKE GEOGRAPHY MODELS
Do you want to make a geography model but you need a little help? Here are some free-to-print templates that you can download and print out onto paper or card to get started with.