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  • Landforms Landforms are the physical features of the Earth’s landscape.
  • Landforms A natural feature of the Earth’s surface. Surface The outer or top part of An object. Physical Matter than can be observed Through our 5 senses. Landscape A picture or view of the Physical surface of land.
  • What landforms do you know?
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Mountains A Mountain is a very high piece of land with steep sides and a peak.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Plain A Plain is a large, flat area of land. Remember the Plains Natives? What type of animal did they rely on that lived on the plains?
  • Look at this picture. Describe what you see in the backround.
  • Hills Hills are raised areas of land that have a summit (high point), but are not as tall as a mountain.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • River Largest stream of water that flows through land into lake, ocean, or another body of water.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see between the two mountains.
  • Valleys A valley is the low land between hills or mountains.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Island An island is an area of land surrounded by water.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Peninsula A Peninsula is an area of land that extends into water and is surrounded by water on three sides.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Plateau A plateau is a large, highland plain. It is also called “tableland.”
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Lake A lake is a large body of water surrounded by land.
  • Look at the picture below. Describe what you see.
  • Ocean The ocean is the largest body of salt water that covers ¾ of the Earth’s surface.
  • There are many more types of Landforms. What do you think they might be?
  • Coast Land along the ocean .
  • Desert Very dry air, very little rain, very high temperatures, lots of wind.
  • Forest Large area of land covered with trees and underbrush.
  • Swamp Low area of wet land that supports grass and trees.
  • Prairie Large plain region covered with tall grass.
  • Cliff High and steep slope made of rock and soil.
  • Waterfall Place where running water makes a sheer drop usually over a cliff.