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Landforms 101 Landforms are categorized by ______, changes in elevation. relief
Landforms 101 A piece of land surrounded entirely by water. Island
Landforms 101 A narrow neck of land connecting two larger pieces of land. Isthmus
Landforms 101 A long narrow valley between cliffs often with a stream flowing through it. Canyon
Landforms 101 A piece of land surrounded by water on three sides. Peninsula
Landforms 101 An area of flat land elevated above the surrounding land. Plateau
Landforms 101 A group or chain of islands. Archipelago
Landforms 101 Low land between hills or mountains. Valley
Landforms 101 A broad, flat area with few changes in the landscape. Plain
Landforms 101 A long, inland cliff or steep slope. Escarpment
Landforms 101 A hollow or bowl shaped depression in the earth. Basin
Landforms 101 Land built up by deposits at the mouth of a river. Delta
Landforms 101 One of the Earth’s large bodies of land Continent
Landforms 101 Land that is directly next to a sea or ocean. Coast
Landforms 101 A point of land jutting out into a body of water. Cape
Waterbodies 101 An inland body of water larger than a pond or pool. Lake
Waterbodies 101 A natural stream of water larger than a creek. River
Waterbodies 101 A narrow waterway connecting two larger bodies of water. Strait
Waterbodies 101 A glacial valley flooded with seawater. Fjord
Waterbodies 101 A river that empties into another river Tributary
Waterbodies 101 A waterbody surrounded on three sides by land Bay
Waterbodies 101 The place where a river empties into a sea or ocean. Mouth
Waterbodies 101 A narrow opening into the coastline of a sea, ocean, or river. Inlet
Archipelago An archipelago is a group or chain of islands clustered together in a sea or ocean.
Landforms A feature on the surface of the earth, such as a valley or mountain range.
Continent: One of the seven large land masses on Earth.
1F 9/5. 1F Isthmus Isthmus of Panama A narrow strip of land connecting two larger pieces of land.
What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features. There are many different types of landforms found on the earth.
LANDFORMS Physical features on the Earth’s surface.
Landforms. Peninsula A piece of land surrounded by water on three sides.
PRACTICE LAND FORMS AND WATER BODIES. SOURCE The point in which the river starts, usually at a high elevation.
Basin - area of land surrounded by lands of higher elevation…usually water filled.
Landforms & Bodies of Water Social Studies Quiz. Landforms & Bodies of Water STOP.
Landforms Actually made by Mrs. Doris. Archipelago: a group or chain of islands.
Landforms. Archipelago a group of islands Archipelago a group of islands.
BASIC GEOGRAPHY VOCABULARY. BAY – an inlet of land on a large body of water CAPE – point of land surrounded by a body of water CONTINENT – one of 7 large.
Land and Water Geographical Terms Atoll- circle of coral islands that surround a lagoon.
Unit 2 Physical Geography. Types of Landforms Landforms.
What are Landforms?. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features called landforms. There are many different types of landforms found.
Landforms. Plain A large flat area. A large flat area.
Earth’s Landforms Second Grade Social Studies. Vocabulary island valley river lake hill peninsula mountain plateau ocean plain canyon.
Landforms. Bay Part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline, generally smaller than a gulf. Tampa Bay.
Geographic Terms Slide Show. Archipelago- a group of islands.
Name that Landform. Peninsula An area of land almost completely surrounded by water.
Geographic Pictionary 38 Launch: Please pick up one sheet from the grey bin and fill out the top Name Date Class PAGE – GO 4 “Geographic Pictionary”
Geographic Features. Plain land with relatively low relief, that is flat or gently rolling land.
Aqueduct - large pipes or canals that carry water over long distances long distances.
Land and Water. KNOW FOR THE TEST!!!! strait- a small passage of water connecting two larger bodies of water isthmus- a small strip of land connecting.
A deep valley with very steep sides - often carved from the Earth by a river. canyon.
PRESENTED BY Mr. Allsbrook! Definitions True/Fals e Fill in the Blank Short Answer Drawing Pictures 200.
Landforms 6 th Grade Geography. What are you learning: Today I will learn about different landforms and physical features So that I can recognize and.
Landforms. Continent Continents make up the 7 large landmasses on Earth North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica.
Geographic Landforms Key Terms and Definitions For Washington State History-7.
Warm Up IF YOU DID YOUR HOMEWORK TAKE IT OUT Draw a line under your answers and answer the following question: Did you like using the online textbook?
Physical Features World Geography Mrs. Conlin. Elevation how high or low land is compared to the sea high elevation medium elevation low elevation below.
Landforms and Bodies of Water. A landform is a kind of land with a special shape.
Landforms are natural features of the landscape, natural physical features of the earth's surface, for example, valleys, plateaus, mountains, plains,
What are Landforms? First Grade Science and Social Studies.
Landfor m Review. Triangular piece of land formed from deposits at the mouth of a river Delta.
Landfor m Review. Part of land that rises noticeably above the rest of the land Hill.
Everything you wanted to know about Landforms!. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features found on the earth’s surface. There are.
MAPS A drawing of the earth shown on a flat surface.
Landforms Any natural feature of the earth's surface.
1 a significant vertical, or near vertical, rock exposure Canyon Cliff Plateau Hill.
LANDFORMS. TRIBUTARY A river or stream flowing into a larger river or lake.
Landforms Of the United States. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features of the earth. There are many different types of landforms.
Archipelago: A large group of islands. Atoll: a ring of coral that encloses a pool of seawater.
Land and Water. DO NOW: New words 1. archipelago- a chain of islands 2. source- from where a river gets its water 3. mouth- where a river empties into.
The Language of Landforms ….. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features of land. When we learn about the landscape of the earth,
Landform Jeopardy A piece of land that is surrounded by water. A low, watery land formed at the mouth of a river. It is often in the shape.
LANDFORMS AND WATERWAYS!. PEAK A single mountain that has a pointed top.
Do You Know Physical Features are the shapes that the land and water make on the surface of the Earth. Do physical features affect the way people live?
GEOGRAPHY TERMS. one of five major bodies of salt water that surround the continents
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