Maps and Time
Human Migration
Elements of Geography
Social Sciences
Permanent Settlements
Civilization
100

10 years

What is a decade?

100

With the discovery of the skeletons of Lucy and Ardi, the oldest human ancestors, it is believed that all humans originated on this continent.

What is Africa?

100

These are the Six Essential Elements of Geography:

World in Spatial Terms; Place and Region; Physical Systems; Human System; Environment; Use of Geography

The settlement of cities belong in this category.

What is Human System?

100

GPS means

What is Global Positioning System?
100

Settling near these allowed ancient humans access to water to drink, irrigation for crops, fish, travel and trade.

What are rivers?

100

Civilizations have a high level of this.

What is organization?

200

Dark mountaintops are shown on this type of map.

What is physical?

200

Human migration patterns, including moving east to Southeast Asia,  were affected by weather patterns beginning with this cold event.

What is the Ice Age? 

200

These are the Six Essential Elements of Geography:

World in Spatial Terms; Place and Region; Physical Systems; Human System; Environment; Use of Geography

Absolute location  belongs in this category.

What is World in Spatial Terms?

200

Historians can accurately find areas where fossils of early humans were by using this type of imagery

What is satellite imagery?  

200

This new way of dealing with plants and animals led to the Neolithic Revolution.

What is domestication?

200

This led to the development of ancient civilizations.

What is agriculture?

300

The name of the object I'm holding in this Bitmoji  

What is a globe?

300

When the planet warmed up, after the Ice Age, migration led north to this continent

What is Europe?

300

These are the Six Essential Elements of Geography:

World in Spatial Terms; Place and Region; Physical Systems; Human System; Environment; Use of Geography

Farmers build crop fields on hilltops because they are in a mountainous area belongs in this category.

What is Place and Region?

300

In the study of history, a research paper should begin with this.

What is a clear hypothesis?  

300

Early humans adapted to the land and used these to the fullest.

What is the area's resources?

300

When people no longer had to worry about their basic needs, they were able to focus on developing these.

What are religious beliefs?

400

365 days

What is a year?

400
These family groups of travelers increased their chances of meeting other groups as they traveled from place to place.

What are clans of nomads?

400

These are the Six Essential Elements of Geography:

World in Spatial Terms; Place and Region; Physical Systems; Human System; Environment; Use of Geography

Special Use maps that compare locations use of resources belong in this category.

What is Uses of Geography?

400

Historians should form a hypothesis, do their research and show all of this.

What is evidence?

400

People adapted their agricultural methods to their physical landscapes in these ways. (Name at least two.)

What are crop terracing, crop rotation, building aqueducts, carrying water with clay pots, through windmills and aqueducts?

400

They were in  the lowest class on the social pyramid.

What are slaves?

500

On a timeline, would the year 200 BCE be to the right or to the left of the year 100 BCE?

What is to the left?  (200 BCE is before - earlier than - 100 BCE)

500

Migration was often affected by these natural occurrences. (Name at least two.)

What are weather, landforms, seasons, waterways, plants and animals?

500

These are the Six Essential Elements of Geography:

World in Spatial Terms; Place and Region; Physical Systems; Human System; Environment; Use of Geography

Using the water power of a river to produce electricity  belongs in this category.

What is Environment?

500
When considering evidence, historians should look at these considerations.  Name at least two.

What are: Why the source was created; Does it show bias? Is the creator trustworthy? Primary or secondary; When was it created; 

500

Early humans used these natural sources of energy (power) to heat their homes.

What are Wind and Solar Power?

500

Merchants, soldiers, artisans and metal workers are examples of this.

What is job specialization?

600

A millennium

What is 1000 years?

600

Nomads used portable tents and tools easy to do  this as they moved around.

What was easy to carry?  

600

These are the Six Essential Elements of Geography:

World in Spatial Terms; Place and Region; Physical Systems; Human System; Environment; Use of Geography

How hurricanes have created a "boneyard" on my favorite beach  belongs in this category.

What is Physical Systems?

600

If you saw this exhibit at a museum,what could you tell about what ancient people hunted.

What is they hunted large animals for food?

600

Family groups that worked together and were easy to govern were called this.

What are clans?

600

An organized government might send officials to collect these for public works, for the good of the people.

What are taxes?

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