Learn the difference between a glacier and an iceberg with these Glacier or Iceberg Printables.
Glacier or Iceberg Printables
- Print the two pages, Glaciers and Icebergs using the version you wish: colour or black and white.
- Print the cut out page as well if you wish to use it. Older children may wish to write their own facts instead.
- Research glaciers and icebergs by reading books or on the internet
- Answer the questions on the appropriate page
- Cut out and paste the information onto the boxes on the correct page or write your own facts in the empty boxes.
A glacier is a thick mass of ice that covers a large area of land. When snow doesn’t melt, even during the summer, it builds up and compresses before turning into solid ice. This build up of ice is called a glacier and it can take many years for large glaciers to form.
An iceberg is a large chunk of ice that has broken off a glacier.
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