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Butte Wind and water erode the sides away
Mesa Sides eroded by wind and water
Canyon Carved by a river
Cave Formed by tectonic forces, water erosion, chemical processes
V-shaped Valley Formed by flowing water when the channel erodes at a higher rate than the sides
U-shaped Valley Formed by glaciers
Cliff Formed by tectonic movement, earthquakes, or landslides
Arch Formed by wind abrasion and water erosion
Lake Formed by volcanoes, tectonic uplift, landslides, or glaciers
Mountain Formed by volcanoes, earthquakes, or faulting and folding of plates
Delta Formed by deposition where the mouth of a river flows into another body of water
What would the Earth look like if there wasn’t any weathering, erosion, deposition, earthquakes, volcanoes, or uplift?
Constructive & Destructive Forces Shaping the Earth's Landscape
What Causes this Landform? Answers. A canyon is an example of a landform caused by erosion by a river.
Created by Science Teachers Unit 4 Lesson ChangesTimeForcesAgents
Mountains Mountains are made by the movement of Earth’s tectonic plates.
What landform am I? Canyon Which agent(s) changed me? Water Wind Ice.
Weathering ErosionDeposition Constructive Forces Destructive.
Constructive and Destructive Landforms
Changes to Land Grades 3-5.
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Constructive & Destructive Forces on Landforms
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Internal Forces that Shape the Earth (Plate Actions)
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Changes to the Earth’s Surface: Erosion
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By Diana Thomas – Topaz Elementary School
Our Changing Earth.
5 minute check November 6, 2013 What is the difference between a constructive and a destructive force ? The student will describe how landforms.
Physical Processes: Physical Processes: Mrs. Comeros Science.
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The top of a Canyon rim shows a prehistoric plateau. Canyon wall shows layers of sediment that once lay buried below the surface.
This lesson will introduce some of the major kinds of landforms.
Weathering And Erosion Weathering And Erosion.
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Weathering, Erosion, and Landforms
Landforms Forces inside and outside Earth produce Earth’s diverse landforms. 2.1 Landforms Landforms are features such as mountains, plateaus, and plains.
Jeopardy Water Cycle Deposition Quakin’ Earth Erosion More Erosion Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Changing Earth TEK 5.7B.
SCIENCE REVIEW JAN A delta, the landform found at the mouth of a river, forms when - A. plants on the river bank cause erosion B. the river deposits.
Constructive and Destructive Forces Plate : A section of Earth’s crust and mantle that fits together with other sections like puzzle pieces.
Geology.utah.gov 3/09 UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Landforms of Utah Fifth Grade Science Concepts.
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL FORCES ON THE EARTH’S SURFACE
Landforms EVERYTHING Earth’s Layers VolcanoWeathering
TEKS 5.7B Recognize how landforms such as deltas, canyons, and sand dunes are the result of changes to Earth’s surface by wind, water, and ice.
Enter the following in the Table of Contents: 4A- Forces of Change 9/10-
Write the answers on your bellwork. 1. The inside of the earth is made up of ____ layers, the _______, ________, ________, and ____. 2. The _____.
Gradual Earth Changes Sudden Earth Changes Landforms Natural Resources The Earth
Erosion - The process of moving sediment from one place to another Caused by wind, water, or ice (sediment moves away)
What is Geography? Geography is the study of the land, water, plants, animals and people of a place Fourth Grade Science and Social Studies.
Erosion and Deposition
*Landforms are natural structures on Earth’s surface.
Constructive Forces S5E1 Students will identify surface features of the Earth caused by constructive and destructive processes. a. Identify surface features.
Weathering, Erosion, & Deposition.
Chapter 10 Lesson 1 How Does Earth’s surface change? Earth’s Features: Landforms on Earth are shaped and changed over time by many natural causes like.
Stone Mountain. Gorge Providence Canyon, GA Appalachian Mountains.
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