Continents/Oceans
Earth Systems
Landforms
Maps
N.A. Physical Features
100

This continent is the least populated

What is Antarctica?


100

A rabbit digs a hole in the Earth's soil to make a den for her babies. What spheres are interacting?

What is biosphere and geosphere?

100

Name the landform: a deep, narrow valley with steep sides.

What is a canyon?

100

A map that shows us contour lines telling us elevation is what kind of map?

What is a topographic map?

100

This river runs along Mexico and Texas.

What is the Rio Grande River?

200

What is another name for Australia?

What is Oceania?

200
What forms of life are included in the biosphere?

What are ALL forms of life?

200

Name the term: What is a narrow strip of land that connects 2 large landmasses and separates two bodies of water?

What is an isthmus?

200

What feature would I need to use on a map if I want to see how far away Arizona is from Colorado?

What is a map scale?

200

What is the largest river in North America?

What is the Missouri River?
300

What is the largest ocean on earth?

What is the Pacific Ocean?

300

The hydrosphere has different forms of water? List all 3

What is solid, liquid, and gas?
300

What is the term for the buildup of sediment over ttime?

What is deposition?

300

Before GPS, people used this kind of map to drive to a new location.

What is a road map?

300

Which physical region covers most of Mexico? 

What is Basin Range?

400

Which continent is the largest?

What is Asia?

400

This process involves materials of the Earth's geosphere changing.

What is the rock cycle?
400

What is it called when earth is worn away, often by water, wind or ice and transported to a new location?

What is erosion?
400

What is another name for the author of a map?

What is a cartographer?

400

What is the physical region that surrounds the Hudson Bay? 

What is the Canadian Shield?

500

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Way to have the confidence to pick a hard question!

500

Environment includes which spehere?

Biosphere, Geosphere, Atmosphere, and Hydrosphere

500

How are erosion and deposition different? 

Erosion breaks down earth and moves it away from a location while deposition is the buildup of earth at a location. 

500

Also called a map key, this feature explains what the symbols and abbreviations mean on a map.

What is a map legend?

500

What kind of landform is the Canadian Shield?

What a a plateau? 

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