Vocabulary
Capitals
Weather/Climate
Rivers
Spell-It
100
Low bowl shaped land with higher ground around it.
What is a basin?
100
Texas' capital.
What is Austin?
100
The temperature at higher elevations.
What is cold?
100
A place where a river empties into a larger body of water.
What is the mouth?
100
A deep narrow valley with steep sides.
What is a c-a-n-y-o-n?
200
The level at the surface of the ocean.
What is sea level?
200
Arkansas capital.
What is Little Rock?
200
The temperature when closer to the equator.
What is hot?
200
The place where a river begins.
What is a channel?
200
Land that is entirely surrounded by water.
What is a p-e-n-i-n-s-u-l-a?
300
Imaginary lines running north and south.
What is lines of longitude?
300
Georgia's capital.
What is Atlanta?
300
The climate in Pheonix, Arizona.
What is hot and dry?
300
The deepest part of a river or another body of water.
What is a channel?
300
A stream/river that flows into a larger stream/river.
What is a t-r-i-b-u-t-a-r-y?
400
Mostly flat land that rises above the surrounding land.
What is a plateau?
400
Nebraska's capital.
What is Lincoln?
400
The storm that usually starts in water.
What is a hurricane?
400
The low flat land along a river.
What is a floodplain?
400
A narrow piece of land that connects 2 larger land areas.
What is a s-t-r-a-i-t?
500
A French word that means "foot of the mountain".
What is a piedmont?
500
Alaska's capital.
What is Juneau?
500
The hottest place in the United states.
What is Death Valley?"
500
The triangle shaped land at a rivers mouth.
What is a delta?
500
Water in the form of rain, sleet, or snow.
What is p-r-e-c-i-p-i-t-a-t-i-o-n?
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