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The sun
Rainbow A curved band of different colours that appears in the sky when the sun shines through rain
River A natural flow of water that continues in a long line across land to the sea/ocean
Volcano A mountain with a large opening at the top through which gases and lava (= hot liquid rock) are forced out into the air, or have been in the past
The moon The round object that moves around the earth once every 27½ days and shines at night by light reflected from the sun
Flower The coloured part of a plant from which the seed or fruit develops. Flowers usually grow at the end of a stem and last only a short time.
Snow Of frozen water that fall from the sky in cold weather; this substance when it is lying on the ground
Bush A plant that grows thickly with several hard stems coming up from the root
Lightning A flash, or several flashes, of very bright light in the sky caused by electricity
Planet A large round object in space that moves around a star (such as the sun) and receives light from it
Rain Water that falls from the sky in separate drops
Clouds A grey or white mass made of very small drops of water, that floats in the sky
Mountain A very high hill, often with rocks near the top
Forest A large area of land that is thickly covered with tr
Cliffs A high area of rock with a very steep side, often at the edge of the sea or ocean
Tree Enlarge image a tall plant that can live a long time. Trees have a thick central wooden trunk from which branches grow, usually with leaves on them
Leaf A flat green part of a plant, growing from a stem or branch or from the root
Desert A large area of land that has very little water and very few plants growing on it. Many deserts are covered by sand.
Lake A large area of water that is surrounded by land
Wind Air that moves quickly as a result of natural forces
Stars A large ball of burning gas in space that we see as a point of light in the sky at night
Island A piece of land that is completely surrounded by water
Tornado A violent storm with very strong winds which move in a circle. There is often also a long cloud which is narrower at the bottom than the top.
The earth
Created by: Teacher_Rubio



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