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3rd Grade Landforms Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version
Vocabulary in 3rd Grade LandformsContinent Cave Plateau Canyon Ocean River Mountain Hill Island Waterfall Valley Volcano Peninsula Lake Plains Harbor Bay Gulf
What do we call a mountainous vent in the Earth’s crust that can spew out lava?
What do we call a large hole in the side of a hill or mountain or in the ground?
What do we call a very tall, raised area of earth, sometimes with a spiky top (peak)?
What do you call one of the huge bodies of salt water that make up about two-thirds of the surface of the Earth?
What do we call a body of water that flows downhill, usually emptying into a larger body of water?
What do we call a piece of land that is surrounded by water on three sides?
What do we call a piece of land that is flat and higher than the land around it?
What do we call flowing water where a river falls off steeply?
What do we call a deep valley with very steep sides, often carved through the Earth by a river?
What do we call a piece of land surrounded by water on all sides?
What do we call one of the seven land masses that the Earth is divided into?
What do we call a large mound or raised area of earth?
What do we call a medium-sized body of water surrounded by land?
What do we call a very flat piece of land?
What do we call a low place between mountains?
What do we call a large portion of an ocean or sea partly surrounded by land?
What do we call a portion of an ocean or sea partly surrounded by land (smaller than a gulf)?
What do we call a portion of an ocean or sea partly surrounded by land (smaller than a bay with docks or ports for boats)?
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