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Different Landforms By Jena Carroll
Types of Landforms 1. Mountain 6. Lake 2. Valley 7. Ocean3. Plain Coast 4. Plateau Desert 5. Island River
mountain A mountain is a place on Earth’s surface that is much higher than the land around it.
valley A valley is a low area between higher lands such as mountains.
plain A plain is a flat area on Earth’s surface.
plateau A plateau is a flat area higher than the land around it.
island An island is land that has water all around it.
lake A lake is water that has land all around it.
ocean Oceans are the largest bodies of water on earth.
coast A coast is the area where the ocean touches the land.
desert A desert is a hot dry place with little or no rain.
river A river is a long flowing body of water.
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A _________ is water with land all around it.Ocean Island Lake Hint
What is the largest body of water on Earth?Ocean Lake River Hint
A _______ is higher than the land around it.Island Mountain Valley Hint
What is a flowing body of water?Plateau Lake River Hint
I am land and have water all around me. What am I?Island Coast Desert Hint
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