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Play-Doh Landforms Use your Play-Doh to make the landform shown in the picture. Then write down notes.
Island Often an underwater mountain or volcano
Valley Low land BETWEEN mountains or hills
Glacier A frozen river Frozen snow
Canyon Cliffs created on both sides of a river; there MUST be a river
Delta Fan-like piece of land at a river mouth
Plateau Land higher than the surrounding land, usually flat and with sloped sides
Butte Flat land higher than the surrounding land, but with steep sides A large, wide butte Mesa
Plain Low land mostly flat or with low hills that can have grasses, shrubs, or a few trees.
Prairie Plain with grass and shrubs, WITHOUT trees
Steppe A plain that only has trees near rivers or lakes, but is almost a desert
Bay Ocean mostly surrounded by land; waters are usually calmer than in other parts of the ocean
Peninsula Land that juts out into the ocean and is mostly surrounded by water
Flood Plain Plain by a river that gets flooded periodically, leaving the soil EXTREMELY fertile
Sand Dune Hill made of sand that is eroded
Cliff Nearly vertical exposure of rock
Archipelago: A large group of islands. Atoll: a ring of coral that encloses a pool of seawater.
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