(i) An ______ is a piece of land surrounded by water on all sides.
(ii) ______ is the purest source of water.
(iii) Flat lands are called ______.
(i) The lowlands between the hills or mountains is known as
(ii) A large area of dry land covered with sand is called a
(i) Name the various landforms present on the earth.
(ii) How is our earth unique?
(i) High hills are called plains.
(ii) The flat top of a plateau is called a tableland.
(iii) Small water-body is called pond.
(i) What is the difference between an island and a hill?
(ii) Where do we live?
(iii) Name the various water-bodies present on the earth.
(iv) Why do deserts have few plants?
|1. What is the significance of Earth's atmosphere?|
|2. How does the Earth's rotation affect day and night?|
|3. What are the major components of the Earth's hydrosphere?|
|4. How do tectonic plates contribute to the formation of mountains?|
|5. What are the main factors contributing to climate change?|