fifth Grade GEOGRAPHY

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fifth Grade GEOGRAPHY

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What are the 7 landmasses? Europe Asia North America Africa South America Australia Antartica

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Name the 4 seas? Cold Ocean Pacific Ocean Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean

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Richmond is our Virginia State Capital

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Maryland , West Virginia , Kentucky , Tennessee , and North Carolina encompass Virginia

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8 Geographic Regions of USA!

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Basin and Range

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Great Basin meets Rocky Mountains

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Rocky Mountains

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Great Plains

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Interior Lowlands

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Appalachians

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Canadian Shield

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___ Coastal Plain A. Tough mountains along the Pacific Coast that extend from California to Canada. Contains fruitful valleys Match up the Regions! ___ Rocky Mountains B. Situated along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Wide swamp giving numerous astounding harbors ___ Basin & Ridge C. Found west of Rocky Mountains and east of the Sierra Nevadas and the Cascades. Territory of changing heights containing detached mountain extents and Death Valley, the most reduced point in North America ___ Coastal Range D. Found west of the Great Plains and east of the Basin and Range. Tough mountains extending from Alaska nearly to Mexico; high heights. Contains the Continental Divide, which decides the directional stream of waterways

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___ Coastal Plain A. Rough mountains along the Pacific Coast that extend from California to Canada. Contains fruitful valleys Answers ___ Rocky Mountains B. Situated along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Wide swamp giving numerous phenomenal harbors ___ Basin & Ridge C. Found west of Rocky Mountains and east of the Sierra Nevadas and the Cascades. Territory of differing heights containing disconnected mountain extents and Death Valley, the most reduced point in North America ___ Coastal Range D. Found west of the Great Plains and east of the Basin and Range. Rough mountains extending from Alaska nearly to Mexico; high heights. Contains the Continental Divide, which decides the directional stream of waterways B D C A

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___ Great Plains E. Rough mountains along the Pacific Coast that extend from California to Canada. Contains fruitful valleys Match up the Regions! ___ Appalachian Mountains F. Found west of Rocky Mountains and east of the Sierra Nevadas and the Cascades. Zone of differing rises containing detached mountain reaches and Death Valley, the most reduced point in North America ___ Canadian Shield G. Found west of Interior Lowlands and east of the Rocky Mountains. Level land that progressively increments in height westbound; meadows ___ Interior Lowlands H. Found west of the Great Plains and east of the Basin and Range. Rough mountains extending from Alaska nearly to Mexico; high rises. Contains the Continental Divide, which decides the directional stream of waterways

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___ Great Plains E. Wrapped around Hudson Bay fit as a fiddle. Slopes worn by disintegration and several lakes cut by icy masses. Holds a portion of the most seasoned shake arrangements in North America Answers ___ Appalachian Mountains F. Found west of the Appalachian Mountains and east of the Great Plains. Moving flatlands with numerous waterways, expansive stream valleys, and green slopes ___ Canadian Shield G. Found west of Interior Lowlands and east of the Rocky Mountains. Level land that slowly increments in rise westbound; prairies ___ Interior Lowlands H. Found west of Coastal Plain stretching out from eastern Canada to western Alabama; incorporates the Piedmont. Old, disintegrated mountains (most established mountain go in North America) G H E F

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Quiz Time! 5 focuses per address

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Question 1 The _______ Ocean served as the interstate for wayfarers, early pioneers, and later outsiders. A. Pacific B. Atlantic C. Cold D. Indian

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Question 2 The _____River was the portal toward the west. F. Mississippi G. Missouri H. Colorado J. Ohio

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Question 3 Inland port urban areas developed in the Midwest along the _________. A. Mountains B. Industrial facilities C. Extraordinary Lakes D. Oregon Trail

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Question 4 The _____________ Rivers were the transportation corridors for ranch and mechanical items. F. Mississippi & Missouri G. Columbia & Colorado Ohio & James York & Mississippi

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Question 5 The __________ River was investigated by Lewis and Clark. Colorado Columbia York Mississippi

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Question 6 What waterway shapes a fringe between the USA and Canada? Mississippi River Missouri River Rio Grande River Colorado River

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Question 7 What is the name of the channel that is close to Mexico? Pacific Ocean Gulf of Mexico Mississippi River Atlantic Ocean

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Question 8 The Appalachian Mountains are lower than the Rocky Mountains since they are: F. more current G. more seasoned H. more remote south J. more volcanic

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Question 9 Compared with the Atlantic Coast, the Pacific Coast has: A. Almost no level land along the drift. B. More land adrift level C. Less mountain runs close to the drift D. less volcanoes

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Question 10 Which landform district covers eastern Virginia? F. Beach front Plain G. Piedmont H. Appalachian Plateau J. Blue Ridge

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Question 11 The biggest waterway on Earth is the: A. Atlantic Ocean B. Pacific Ocean C. Indian Ocean D. Ice Ocean

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Question 11 The Continental Divide is a fanciful line that isolates: A. western and eastern waterways B. the Appalachian Mountains from the Rocky Mountains C. waterways that empty into the Atlantic Ocean out of those that deplete into the Pacific Ocean D. the United States from Canada

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Question 12 What is the focal line of longitude called? A.     Prime Meridian B.     Equator C.     Tropic of Cancer D. Tropic of Capricorn

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Question 13 44. Which of these is a line of longitude? F. 10 S G. 50 N H. 100 N J. 30 E

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Question 14 Which stream ascends in the Rocky Mountains? A.     Colorado River B.     Hudson River C.     Mississippi River J. Ohio River

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Question 15 The equator goes through the focal point of: A. Africa B. Asia C. Australia J. Europe

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Question 16 Which Europeans were the first to investigate the Colorado River? F. The English G. The French H. The Portuguese J. The Spanish

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Question 17 Which of the Great Lakes lies altogether inside the United States? A.     Lake Erie B.     Lake Huron C.     Lake Michigan D. Lake Superior

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