Quiz Sheets in the World Geography Category

This is the category for activities related to the countries, cities, and people of the world. From the oceans and seas to the mountains and lakes, from the Americas to Europe, Africa to Asia, Australia and Antarctica. Where in the world would you like to go?

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  • Topic 10 Lesson 1 Quiz (7 words)
    Example: Most Muslims belong to which branch of Islam?: [m] Sunni , The Holy Book of Islam is called the?: [m] Quran, Jerusalem is a holy city for how many religions?: [m] 3, The two main groups of Muslims are: [m] Sunni and Shia
  • Geographical Discovery Exam Part 2 (7 words)
    Example: A.D. 1502. Columbus. 1513. Vasco Nuñez de Balbao. 1518. Grijalva. 1519. Fernando Cortez. 1519. Guray. : [m] Central America, A.D. 1605. Torres. 1606. Quiros. 1616. Hartog. 1619. Edel and Houtman. 1622. The Leeuwin. 1627. Nuyts. 1699. Dampier. 1770. Cook. 1797. Bass. 1801-4. Flinders. 1814. Evans. 1817-22. King. 1828-40. Sturt. 1839. Strzelecki. 1841. Eyre. 1844-48. Leichhardt. : [m] Australia, A.D. 1642. Tasman. 1643. Brouwer. 1768-79. Cook. : [m] New Zealand, A.D. 1512. Francisco Serrão. 1520, 21. Magellan. 1527. Saavedra. 1542. Gaetano 1542. Ruy Lopez de Villalobos. 1543. Ortez de Retis. 1567-98. Alvaro Mendaña. 1599. Houtman. 1643. Tasman. 1768. Carteret. 1776-79. Cook. 1835-49. Junghuhn. 1890. Macgregor. : [m] Polynesia
  • Geographical Discovery Exam Part 2 (7 words)
    Example: B.C. 450. Himilco. Circa 333. Pytheas. 60-54. Cæsar. : [m] Great Britain, B.C. circa 600. Marseilles founded. 57. Cæsar. : [m] France, A.D. 1554. Richard Chancellor. : [m] Russia, B.C. 332. Alexander. : [m] India and Persia
  • Echidna (7 words)
    Example: What are two foods that the Echidna eats?: Ants and Termites, What are the only two Monotreme animals? : Duck billed Platypus , When is breeding season for the Echidna?: July-September, What is a Monotreme animal?: a mammal that lays eggs
  • Echidna (7 words)
    Example: What are two foods that the Echidna eats?: Ants and Termites, What are the only two Monotreme animals? : Duck billed Platypus , When is breeding season for the Echidna?: July-September, What is a Monotreme animal?: a mammal that lays eggs
  • Social Studies book quiz part 1 (7 words)
    Athens, Sparta, and more!
    Example: Why couldn't Sparta help Athens fight in the battle of Marathon against the Persians: Sparta was in the middle of a "religious ceremony" to Pan, What did Pan do to help the Athenians?: Send a dieseise to the Persians, Who is the fastest runner in Athens?: Phidippides, Who eventually conquered the Spartans?: The Dorians
  • North America (4 words)
    Name the 3 countries
    Example: they make good candy there: Mexico, it has 50 states: United States, it snows a lot there: Canada, bounus question what contenet are we doing?: North America
  • Continent & Oceans Quiz (4 words)
    Example: Name the continets in order: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Austrailia, Antarctica, Name the main oceans: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic, How many major ocenas are there?: 4, How many continets are there on the map?: 7
  • social studies midterm (20 words)
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