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Jeopardy Regions of The U.S. Major Landforms Major Bodies Of Water Map Symbols Trivia Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Regions of the U.S. This region has a warmer climate and usually gets much rain.
$100 Answer from Regions of the U.S. What is the Southeast region ?
$200 Question from Regions of the U.S. The oldest region
$200 Answer from Regions of the U.S. What is the Northeast region?
$300 Question from Regions of the U.S. The states in this region are located in the Central Lowlands or on the Great Plains.
$300 Answer from Regions of the U.S. What is the Midwest region?
$400 Question from Regions of the U.S. The rainfall varies widely throughout this region.
$400 Answer from Regions of the U.S. What is the Pacific region?
$500 Question from Regions of the U.S. The climates of the states in this region vary widely from hot and dry to cold and snowy.
$500 Answer from Regions of the U.S. What is the Southwest region?
$100 Question from Major Landforms The largest mountain system in the United States.
$100 Answer from Major Landforms What are the Rocky Mountains?
$200 Question from Major Landforms The mountain range in the eastern United States.
$200 Answer from Major Landforms What are the Appalachian Mountains?
$300 Question from Major Landforms The tallest mountain in the United States and its location.
$300 Answer from Major Landforms What is Mt. McKinley and Alaska?
$400 Question from Major Landforms The two landforms located between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada.
$400 Answer from Major Landforms What are the Great Basin and the Colorado Plateau?
$500 Question from Major Landforms The two regions of plains that support farming and ranching.
$500 Answer from Major Landforms What are the Costal Plains and the Interior Plains?
$100 Question from Major Bodies of Water These are the largest lakes in the world.
$100 Answer from Major Bodies of Water What are the Great Lakes?
$200 Question from Major Bodies of Water These two rivers form the longest river system in the United States.
$200 Answer from Major Bodies of Water What are the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers?
$300 Question from Major Bodies of Water The only Great Lake located completely in the United States.
$300 Answer from Major Bodies of Water What is Lake Michigan?
$400 Question from Major Bodies of Water Where the rivers west of the Rocky Mountains flow.
$400 Answer from Major Bodies of Water What is the Pacific Ocean?
$500 Question from Major Bodies of Water The Mississippi River and the Missouri River form this.
$500 Answer from Major Bodies of Water What is a drainage basin?
$100 Question from Map Symbols Name this symbol
$100 Answer from Map Symbols What are mountains?
$200 Question from Map Symbols This symbol represents this on a map.
$200 Answer from Map Symbols What is a city?
$300 Question from Map Symbols This symbol represents this
$300 Answer from Map Symbols What is the national capital?
$400 Question from Map Symbols This symbol represents this on a map.
$400 Answer from Map Symbols What is a major highway?
$500 Question from Map Symbols This symbol represents this many months growing season.
$500 Answer from Map Symbols What is a 8 to 12 months?
$100 Question from Trivia These two states are not part of the contiguous United States.
$100 Answer from Trivia What are Alaska and Hawaii?
$200 Question from Trivia The largest canyon in the western United States.
$200 Answer from Trivia What is the Grand Canyon?
$300 Question from Trivia This country borders the United States to the south.
$300 Answer from Trivia What is Mexico?
$400 Question from Trivia Names of the five Great Lakes.
$400 Answer from Trivia What are Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario?
$500 Question from Trivia The location where the Mississippi and Missouri rivers flow into the Atlantic ocean.
$500 Answer from Trivia What is the Gulf of Mexico?
Final Jeopardy These bodies of water form one of the most important water transportation routes in North America.
Final Jeopardy Answer What are the Great lakes and the St. Lawrence River?
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Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8Q 13Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy U. S. Geography.
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