Geography Vocabulary - Land Forms - Elementary Social Studies Lessons & Tests - My Schoolhouse - Online Learning
Match the geography vocabulary with its meaning.
Area of land that is wet year round and in which grasses, shrubs,
and trees grow.
A huge mass of slowly moving ice.
A dry area that receives so little rain that few plants or animals
can survive there.
An area of an ocean, sea, or lake that extends into the land.
A large amount of flowing fresh water to a lake or ocean.
Land that rises many feet into the air and is higher than a hill
or surrounding area.
A piece of land that extends out into the ocean.
A piece of land that extends out into the water and is almost
completely surrounded by water.
An area of land that is lower than the surrounding land.
A long low lying area that is usually surrounded by hills or
Large area of level land that is higher than the land surrounding
Land that is completely surrounded by water.
A huge land mass. There are seven of these.
A large part of the ocean that extends into the land and is larger
than a bay.
A narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water.
A body of water that is completely surrounded by land.
Usually fresh water.
An independent nation with a boundary and name.
The northern and southern most points on the Earth.
The lower end of a river where the water flows into another body
A deep and narrow valley often with a river on its floor.
A huge area of salt water. There are four of these.
Part of an ocean that has been identified as a distinct body of
A land that rises to a summit of no more than 1000 feet.
Large area of flat or gently rolling land.
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