Colonies
The Continents
Geographical Terms
5 Themes of Geography
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The first colony that was founded.

What is Virginia?

100

This continent has the most people.

What is Asia?

100

The four Hemispheres are

What are the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Hemispheres.
100

Memphis is located at 35 Degrees North and 90 Degrees West is an example of:

What is Absolute Location?

100

Australia is located (North/South) of the Equator.

What is South?

200

The last of the 13 Colonies that was founded.

What is Georgia?

200

This continent has the fewest people that live there.

What is Antarctica?

200

The three primary countries of North America.

What are Canada, Mexico and the USA?

200

Importing and Exporting of goods is an example of:

What is Movement?

200

The  Hemisphere that  is known more for being progressive politically. (Eastern or Western)

What is Western?

300

This "Carolina" was founded first.

What is North Carolina?

300

This continent has the most countries.

What is Africa?

300

The line that divides the world into Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

What is the Equator?

300

Infrastructure is an example of the Theme of Geography called: 

What is Human Environment Interaction?

300

The acronym that helps us remember the 5 Themes of Geography is:

What is My Hand Really Likes Pizza?

400
This Colony was founded second.

What is Massachusetts?

400

This continent is also referred to as Oceania.

What is Australia?

400
The line that divides the world into Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

What is the Prime Meridian?

400

Place is described as ___________ and ____________ characteristics.

What are Human and Physical?

400

The Silk Road Original Network of Trade is an example of this theme of Geography:

What is Movement?

500

The number of 13 Colonies that  have the word "New" in it.

What is Three?

500

This continent is mostly in the Northern and Western Hemisphere.

North America

500

Lines of __________measure North and South while lines of ____________ measure East and West.

What is Latitude and  Longitude?

500

3 of the Regions in the United States are:

What are the Midwest, Southwest, West, Southeast, Northeast, Northwest, and Mid-Atlantic?

500

The Seven Seas are:

What are the North Atlantic, South Atlantic, North Pacific, South Pacific, Southern, Indian, and Arctic Sea (Oceans)?

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