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Landforms (Grade 4)

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An area of new land at the mouth of a river, formed from sediments carried by the river, is called the                .
  1. epicenter
  2. delta
  3. topography
  4. fault
A hill of sand, made and shaped by the wind, is a
  1. jetty.
  2. sand dune.
  3. sinkhole.
  4. delta.
This is a body of water with land on all sides.
  1. peninsula
  2. ocean
  3. island
  4. lake
A very flat landform with grass and very few trees is a                .
  1. plain
  2. desert
  3. hill
  4. valley
Land that has water around three sides of it is
  1. an island.
  2. a valley.
  3. a peninsula.
  4. an ocean.
                have fairly level surfaces that stand high above sea level and are often found near large mountain ranges.
  1. Prairies
  2. Plateaus
  3. Valleys
  4. Loess
A piece of land that is surrounded by water is
  1. a peninsula.
  2. a bay.
  3. an island.
  4. a plain.
A butte is
  1. a large mass of slow moving ice.
  2. rock carried by wind, water, or ice.
  3. body of water partly enclosed by land.
  4. a narrow-topped hill with very steep cliff-like sides.
What landform has a peak?
  1. Plain
  2. Plateau
  3. Mountain
  4. Valley
What is the landform, or body of water, that is partly enclosed by land, and is usually smaller than a gulf?
  1. estuary
  2. fjord
  3. bay
  4. island
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