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Geogaphy Terms Peggy Young 2nd Grade
Mountain A mountain is the highest kind of land. A mountain has a peak.
Hill A hill is land that rises above the land around it. A hill has a rounded top.
An island is land that has water on all sides.
Desert A desert is dry land with few plants.A desert does not get much rain.
River A river is a long body of water that flows through the land.
Lake A lake is a body of water that has land on all sides.
Ocean An Ocean is a very largebody of salty water that covers a large area.
Plain A plain is flat land.
Valley A valley is low land between hills or mountains.
A forest is a large area of land where many trees grow.
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