Water forms of the Philippines

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Water forms of the Philippines

  1. 1. Waterforms of thePhilippinesFor Grade 1 and 2 Sibika• Brook•Spring•River (Pasig River)•Lake (Taal Lake)•Waterfalls (Pagsanjan Falls)•Sea / Ocean (Philippine Sea)•Bay (Subic Bay)•Gulf (Albay Gulf)
  2. 2. • Brook•Spring•River•Lake•Waterfalls•Sea / Ocean•Bay•Gulf“Sapa” - A small stream, creek or rivulet.
  3. 3. sapa• Brook•Spring•River•Lake•Waterfalls•Sea / Ocean•Bay•Gulf
  4. 4. Hidden ValleySprings,Laguna• Brook•Spring•River•Lake•Waterfalls•Sea / Ocean•Bay•Gulf“Batis” - a natural flow of ground waterHidden Valley -A 300 feet deep crater covering an area of 110 hectares,believedto have been formed by volcanic upheavalthousandsof years ago.A private resort that boastof a virgin forest,century old trees,giant ferns, wild orchids,a hidden waterfall,and several natural spring pools
  5. 5. batis• Brook•Spring•River•Lake•Waterfalls•Sea / Ocean•Bay•Gulf
  6. 6. • Brook•Spring•River•Lake•Waterfalls•Sea / Ocean•Bay•Gulf“Ilog” - A large natural stream of water emptying into an ocean,lake, or other body of water and usually fed along its courseby converging tributaries.The Pasig River(called Ilog Pasig in Filipino) is a river in the Philippines thatconnects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay. Stretching for 25 kilometres (15.5 mi), it islined by Metro Manila on each side.Its major tributaries are the Marikina River andSan Juan River.
  7. 7. ilog• Brook•Spring•River•Lake•Waterfalls•Sea / Ocean•Bay•Gulf

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