Landforms BY AMIR BRAISH

MOUNTAINS

A mountain is a very tall natural place on Earth.

A mountain is very tall.

HILLS

A hill is a raised area or mound of land.

A hill is like a mountain but not as big.

VALLEY

A valley is like a big hill but hill is not high like a valley.

A valley is a low place between mountains.

CANYONS

A canyon is a deep valley with very steep sides.

A canyon is vary tall but not tall like a mountain.

PLAINES

Plains are flat lands that have only small changes in elevation.

PENINSULA

A peninsula is a body of land that is surrounded by water on 3 sides.

A peninula has a lot of water around it.

LAKES

A lake is a large body of fresh water surrounded by land.

There is so much fun in a lake.

RIVER

A river is a large, flowing body of water.

A lake has so much water like a ocean but oceans have more water

OCEAN

An ocean is a large body of salt water.

An ocean has so so much water on the earth has so much ocean around it.

Credits:

Created with images by Richard Allaway - "Coastal Landform - Narrow Bay / Geo. Pembroke, South Wales, UK." • ewirz - "breithorn alpine valais" • Jonas B - "Mountain" • brownpau - "Hill" • rightee - "Silbury Hill" • GregTheBusker - "Death Valley, CA 2 025" • Pieter van der Meulen - "View into the rhone vally" • Paul Fundenburg - "Canyon DeChelley" • Moyan_Brenn - "Grand Canyon" • Nicholas_T - "Columbia Wildlife Management Area (Revisit) (1)" • Flikkersteph -5,000,000 views ,thank you! - "Nuage d'orage avec vortex à gauche" • AFIB - "nature sea peninsula" • kudumomo - "Snæfellsnes Peninsula" • Thomas Nes Myhre - "Mountain lake" • asmuSe - "travel aershan shoes" • chascar - "Shoshone River" • bdearth - "Russian River" • werner22brigitte - "flying seagull bird" • Eva Luedin - "Ocean"

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