Key Facts Definitions Name the Capital Name the State Mixed Facts

100

What is the flattest?
The Midwest is the ________region of the United States.

100

What is a boundary?
A line marking the edge of a state or nation?

100

What is Bismark?
The capital of North Dakota is....

100

What is Iowa?
Des Moines is the capital of...

100

What is Indiana?
Indianapolis is the capitol of...

200

What are melting glaciers?
Many of the Midwest's lakes were formed by...

200

What is to export?
To send goods from one country for sale to another country.

200

What is Pierre?
The capital of South Dakota is....

200

What is Missouri?
Jefferson City is the capital of...

200

What is Columbus?
The capital of Ohio is...

300

What are tributaries?
The Missouri River and Ohio River are _____ of the Mississippi River.

300

What is a landform?
A feature of the Earth's surface.

300

What is Topeka?
The capital of Kansas is....

300

What is Wisconsin?
Madison is the capital of...

300

What are giant sculptures of four presidents carved into the mountain?
At Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota, you can see....

400

What are manufacturing, dairy, corn, and wheat?
Name two of the belts located in the Midwest.

400

What is a monument?
A statue or building set up to honor a person or event.

400

What is Minneapolis?
The capital of Minnesota is....

400

What is Illinois?
Springfield is the capital of...

400

What is Canada?
This country borders the Midwest.

500

What are manufacturing, dairy, corn, and wheat?
Name two of the belts located in the Midwest.

500

What is textile?
Another name for fabric or cloth.

500

What is Omaha?
The capital of Nebraska is....

500

What is Michigan?
Lansing is the capital of...

500

What are the Great Lakes?
This group of freshwater lakes is found in the Midwest.

Midwest

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