Landforms Part 1
Landforms Part 2
Bodies of Water
Map Skills
The Continents
100
These landforms are usually very flat, though they can sometimes roll gently.
What are plains?
100
These landforms are known for their explosive nature.
What are volcanoes?
100
This body of water is always running, but it never gets tired.
What is a river?
100
This is the name for a spherical model of the Earth.
What is a globe?
100
This continent contains Canada, The U.S., and Mexico?
What is North America?
200
Although not the tallest of landforms, these can still be difficult to climb, but to sled down.
What are hills?
200
These landforms don't really float on the oceans, but they are completely surrounded by water.
What are islands?
200
There are five GREAT bodies of water of this type in the United States.
What are lakes?
200
If you went directly from Illinois to California, in which direction would you be traveling?
What is west?
200
In area, this is the largest of the continents.
What is Asia?
300
There is less oxygen at the top of these high altitude landforms.
What are mountains?
300
These landforms are found at the base of mountains or hills.
What are valleys?
300
This spectacle is created when a river's waters plunges off of a steep cliff.
What is a waterfall?
300
This symbol shows the four cardinal directions on a map.
What is a compass rose?
300
This continent is indigenous to kangaroos and koalas.
What is Australia?
400
These landforms are cut into the earth by the force of moving water. They can be very steep and very GRAND.
What are canyons?
400
These landforms can provide a home to bats, bears, or even people.
What are caves?
400
The largest of these is called the Pacific.
What are oceans?
400
This imaginary line can be located at 0 degrees latitude on a map.
What is the equator?
400
This continent contains grasslands called savannas, which are home to lions, cheetahs, zebras, and giraffes.
What is Africa?
500
Rivers sometimes deposit soil creating these triangular-shaped landforms at the river's mouth.
What are deltas?
500
This name is given to landforms that are surrounded by water on three sides.
What are peninsulas?
500
Chicago, Illinois, was built on the shores of this Great Lake.
What is Lake Michigan?
500
This part of a map's key is used to measure distances on a map.
What is the scale?
500
The number of continents squared.
What is 49?
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