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WI Chapter 1 Jeopardy Vocabulary WI Cities Midwest Maps Ice Age WI Waterways 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 Vocab What do you call the study of land, water, plants, animals and people of a place?
$100 Answer from Vocab Geography
$200 Question from Vocab __________ is a very large land area with oceans on many sides.
$200 Answer from Vocab Continent
$300 Question from Vocab This type of location can be measured by longitude and latitude lines.
$300 Answer from Vocab Exact Location
$400 Question from Vocab Mapmakers use this to show distances on a map.
$400 Answer from Vocab Scale
$500 Question from Vocab This tool tells the meaning of symbols on a map.
$500 Answer from Vocab The legend
$100 Question from WI Cities This is Wisconsin’s largest city.
$100 Answer from WI Cities Milwaukee
$200 Question from WI Cities This city is the home to the Paul Bunyan Museum.
$200 Answer from WI Cities Eau Claire
$300 Question from WI Cities What city is shown on the map?
$300 Answer from WI Cities Green Bay
$400 Question from WI Cities What is the name of this western Wisconsin City?
$400 Answer from WI Cities La Crosse
$500 Question from WI Cities Draw a map of Wisconsin. Label the capital with a star and write the name of the city.
$500 Answer from WI Cities Madison
$100 Question from Midwest What state touches Wisconsin on the southern border?
$100 Answer from Midwest Illinois
$200 Question from Midwest What two directions does Michigan border Wisconsin on?
$200 Answer from Midwest North and East
$300 Question from Midwest What two states touch Wisconsin to the west?
$300 Answer from Midwest Minnesota and Iowa
$400 Question from Midwest What country is north of the United States?
$400 Answer from Midwest Canada
$500 Question from Midwest Iowa is _______ (direction) of the Mississippi River.
$500 Answer from Midwest West
$100 Question from Ice Age What natural factor caused the formation of the Great Lakes?
$100 Answer from Ice Age Glaciers
$200 Question from Ice Age Mastodons and Mammoths no longer live in Wisconsin because they are ___________.
$200 Answer from Ice Age Extinct
$300 Question from Ice Age What animal is this?
$300 Answer from Ice Age Ground Sloth
$400 Question from Ice Age Soil, gravel and clay leftover from the glaciers.
$400 Answer from Ice Age Glacial Drift
$500 Question from Ice Age How can you tell the difference between a Mastodon and a Mammoth?
Ice Age Shape of their teeth
$100 Question from WI Water What is this waterway?
$100 Answer from WI Water Wisconsin River
$200 Question from WI Water What two lakes are borders of Wisconsin?
$200 Answer from WI Water Lake Superior and Lake Michigan
$300 Question from WI Water What is the name of this lake?
$300 Answer from WI Water Lake Winnebago
$400 Question from WI Water What 2 waterways form the western borders of Wisconsin?
$400 Answer from WI Water Mississippi River and St. Croix River
$500 Question from WI Water Name the river below.
$500 Answer from WI Water Fox River
Final Jeopardy Draw a map of Wisconsin with arrows pointing to borders that are man made. How do you know that the borders are man made?
Final Jeopardy Answer The lines are straight, so they cannot be waterways or created by nature.
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