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How many continents are there in the world?
Which is the largest and most northerly state in the United States?
Which is not part of North America: Canada, England, the United States, or Mexico?
Which state is directly east of Tennessee?
Which state is directly north of Arkansas?
Is Missouri north, south, east, or west of Alabama?
Which country borders the United States on the south?
What is the name for a body of land that is surrounded on all sides by water?
Is Illinois north, south, east, or west of Wisconsin?
Is a narrow strip of land that connects two larger land areas called a bay, a reef, an isthmus, or a canyon?
What is a hot, dry, sandy area of land with few plants and little rainfall called?
What is the name of the canyon in northwestern Arizona that is carved out of rock by the Colorado River?
the Grand Canyon
Which ocean is the largest in the world?
the Pacific Ocean
Which country borders the United States on the north?
What is a river or stream that flows into a larger river called?
What is the area of land at the mouth of a river called?
What is an area of land surrounded by water on three sides called?
What is the name of the large body of water surrounded by Mexico and the southern coast of the United States?
the Gulf of Mexico
What is a natural stream of water falling from a high place called?
Is Kansa north, south, east, or west of Colorado?
Which mountain range is not found in the United States: the Sierra Nevada, the Alps, the Rocky Mountains, or the Appalachian Mountains?
Which state is directly north of Oklahoma?
Which state is directly west of New Mexico?
Is a hill or mountain with a flat top and steep sides called a mesa, a levee, or a bayou?
Is Georgia north, south, east, or west of Florida?
Name that Landform. Peninsula An area of land almost completely surrounded by water.
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Geography Terms World Regions 7.
Geography. THE WORLD 70% of the Earth’s Surface is Water 30% is Land consists of 7 continents: –Asia –Africa –North America –South America –Antarctica.
Landforms Oceans Continents More Landforms Wisconsin
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Our Land The United States of America. Where in the world are we? Relative Location Relative Location This means describing where a place is relative.
Physical Features Social Studies Online Grade 3 Social Studies Online Grade 3.
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Geography 101 Mrs. Dillard. Name the continent the United States is located on. What ocean borders the US on the EAST coast? What ocean borders the US.
What are Landforms? 6th Grade Social Studies. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features called landforms. There are many different.
Chapter 1 Lesson 1.
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Landforms Review & Practice
Landforms are the natural shapes or features of the land. There are many different types of landforms found on Earth.
Major Mountain Ranges and Rivers of the United States
The Language of Landforms ….. What are landforms? Landforms are the natural shapes or features of land. When we learn about the landscape of the earth,
What are landforms?.
A body of water forming an indentation of the shoreline larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf. The San Francisco Bay is found in the west coast in.
Plateau A high, flat area that rises steeply above the surrounding land. 1.
Landforms A natural formation or area of land, like a mountain, valley, or plain.
Largest land mass on earth
Free Choice 1 Lowlands 2 Continents 3 Bodies of Water 4 Highlands 5.
First Grade Science and Social Studies
North American Physical Geography. Highlands, Plains and Plateaus Highlands – North American Elevation rises to the west – Appalachian Mts. and Laurentain.
Landforms. Plain A large flat area. A large flat area.
Chapter One Review Hemispheres Texas is in both the northern and western hemispheres Texas is in both the northern and western hemispheres.
United States & Canada Unit 2 – Physical Characteristics.
1F 9/5. 1F Isthmus Isthmus of Panama A narrow strip of land connecting two larger pieces of land.
Physical and Man-made Features of the United States Fourth grade Social Studies.
Physical regions ~ Landforms
Landforms and Waterways!
Geography of America Part 1. US Population 314 Million (2012 Estimated) Top 5 Cities (2010 Census, within city limits) Growth Since 2000 New York8,175,133.
Everything you wanted to know about Landforms!
Third Grade Science and Social Studies
Unit 2 Physical Geography.
Types of Landforms. A volcano is… ▪ An opening in Earth’s surface through which hot rock and ash are forced out.
Land and Water Geographical Terms Atoll- circle of coral islands that surround a lagoon.
Chapter One: Geography of the United States
New York Geography Mrs. Vick Grade Geography vocabulary and pictures Isthmus- a narrow strip of land that connects two large areas of land.
Geography Terms World History.
And Water Systems of the United States
Geographic Terms Land and Water Forms. You will be creating your own country soon. In addition to taking notes, you will draw a visual of each term given.
Regions of the USA.
Exploring U.S. Rivers and Mountain Ranges. A river is a large stream of water flowing through the land into a lake, ocean, or other body of water. There.
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