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Mountains very high and rocky and can be pointed or round
Hills like mountains but only smaller. The wind and rain have worn some of them down.
Valley low land between two mountains
Canyon deep valley with very steep sides
Plains large areas of low, flat land
Plateau high like a hill, but flat on top like a plain
Pennisula land that sticks out into the water and is surrounded on water by 3 sides
Desert dry and sometimes sandy and can be hot or cold
Swamp low land that is always socked with water
Delta low water land that is formed at the mouth of a river
Isthmus a narrow strip of land that connects two larger areas of land
Volcano mountain or hill that has a crater or vent at the top. lava, rock, gas and vapors erupt from the Earth's crust
Waterfall cascade of water falling from a height and is formed when a river or stream flowing over a large incline
Lake large body of water surrounded by land
Cave large underground chamber, usually made naturally, on a hillside or cliff
Mount Everest the world's tallest mountain
Grand Canyon located in the United States
Great Plain the large flat part of the United States
Island small pieces of land surrounded completely by water
Hawaii state that is completely an island
Sahara hottest desert in the world
Antarctica frozen desert without sand
Florida Everglades swamp land in the United States
Great Lakes lakes located in the United States
Five Great Lakes Superior,Michigan, Huron, Erie, Ontario
Super Man Helps Every One way to remember the Great Lakes in order from left to right
What help to create hills? wind and rain
Created by: hcheek26



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