Word Lists in the U.S. Geography Category

This category contains items related to U.S. geography. The capital cities of states, the rivers of America, National Parks, ... This is the place to find or create a quiz testing knowledge of American cities, states, mountains, and rivers.

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  • PRO All 50 State Capitals (50 words)
    Example: Alabama: Montgomery, Alaska: Juneau, Arizona: Phoenix, Arkansas: Little Rock
    Created by pandali
  • Mini- Assessment #2 Vocabulary Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Federal government should take more a more active role in people’s lives, particularly those who are in need.: Democratic Party, The qualities and accomplishments that fit a person for some function or office.: Qualifications, A political group that believes the federal government should play a small role in people’s lives: Republican Party, Work in an organized and active way toward a particular goal, typically a political or social one.: Political Campaign
  • Mini- Assessment # 2 Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Federal government should take more a more active role in people’s lives, particularly those who are in need.: Democratic Party, The qualities and accomplishments that fit a person for some function or office.: Qualifications, A political group that believes the federal government should play a small role in people’s lives: Republican Party, Work in an organized and active way toward a particular goal, typically a political or social one.: Political Campaign
  • VA geo quiz (7 words)
    Example: What is the capital of Virginia?: [m] Richmond, How many oceans border Virginia?: [m] 1-Atlantic, Where is Virginia located on a map?: East coast, What is another name for the Coastal plain?: Tidewater
  • Carmen Sandiego: Dinos & India Assessment (7 words)
    Example: What animal is considered holy/sacred in India?: Cows, Name a spice that is native to or comes from India.: Cumin, An MI-16 Helicopter can carry 16 of this animal.: Elephants, Name one of the first individuals to climb Mt. Everest.: Edmund Hillary
  • Push and Pull Factors (7 words)
    Example: Pull factors are....: [m] , Better education is a ...: [m] , Limited food is a...: [m] , Which of the following is NOT a pull factor: [m]
  • Migration Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Who was involved in the Westward Movement?: , What was the push factor for the Westward Movement?: [m] , Who was involved in the Underground Railroad migration?: , Homeless orphans from NYC took part in this major migration...: [m]
  • Hawaiian Islands (15 words)
    Example: volcano, mauna kea, honolulu, maui
  • National Park Quiz (14 words)
    Example: First National Park in the U.S.: Yellowstone, California National Park known for tall trees: Redwood, National Park in the northeastern U.S., along the Maine coast: Acadia, Large rock formation in Yosemite National Park : Half Dome
    Created by carlita
  • U.S. Capital Quiz (12 words)
    Here's a word list to quiz your knowledge of the capital cities of various American states, from Juneau to Cheyenne
    Example: Augusta, Annapolis, Honolulu, Sacramento
    Created by pandali

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