Capitals
Vocabulary
Natural Resources
Mountains
Climate
100
The capital of New Jersey.
What is Trenton?
100
This is halfway between the North Pole and South Pole on any globe is called the ______.
What is the equator?
100
The most important natural resource.
What is water?
100
They stretch from Canada to Mexico.
What is the rocky mountains.
100
Something that affects the temperature of the climate.
What is the distance from the Equator?
200
The capital of Delaware.
What is Dover?
200
This is part of an ocean or sea extending into land.
What is a gulf?
200
A natural resource that helps us breath.
What is a plant?
200
This mountain range runs parallel to the Atlantic Ocean.
What are the Appalachian Mountains?
200
The temperature at higher elevations.
What is colder?
300
The Capital of Flordia
What is Tallahassee?
300
This is one of the shapes, such as mountains,hills,valleys,or plains,that can make up the Earths' surface.
What is a landform?
300
A big bright star.
What is the sun?
300
The Rocky and the Coastal Mountains act like walls blocking moister from this area.
What is the Great Basin
300
A funnel shaped, spinning windstorm.
What is a tornado?
400
The Capital of Michagan
What is Lansing?
400
This is a group of connected mountains.
What is a mountain range?
400
This is created when you burn natural resources.
What is pollution?
400
The Coastal Sierra Nevada Rocky and the Appalachian mountains.
What are the five mountain ranges in the USA.
400
A time of little or no rain.
What is drought?
500
The Capital of Arkansas?
What is Little Rock?
500
This is a low,bowl-shaped land with higher ground around it.
What is a basin?
500
Three types of fossil fuels.
What is coal,oil,and natural gas
500
It is hard to breath on top of mountain ranges because there is less air particles in the air.
Why can't you
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