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Play-Doh Landforms Use your Play-Doh to make the landform shown in the picture. Then write down notes.
Often an underwater mountain or volcanoIsland Often an underwater mountain or volcano
Low land BETWEEN mountains or hillsValley Low land BETWEEN mountains or hills
Glacier Frozen snow A frozen river
Cliffs created on both sides of a river; there MUST be a riverCanyon 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
Flat land higher than the surrounding land, but with steep sidesButte Mesa Flat land higher than the surrounding land, but with steep sides A large, wide butte
Plain Low land mostly flat or with low hills that can have grasses, shrubs, or a few trees.
Plain with grass and shrubs, WITHOUT treesPrairie 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
Hill made of sand that is erodedSand Dune Hill made of sand that is eroded
Nearly vertical exposure of rockCliff Nearly vertical exposure of rock
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