1 Weekly Geography 1 1. What are the names of the four hemispheres of the Earth? In which two do you live? 2. What does a star in a circle or a dot in a circle usually mean on a map? 3. Which of the following is not a city: Columbus, Missouri, Atlanta, or Charleston? 4. What is the name given to a point of land extending into a body of water? 5. What is the name of the imaginary line that divides the Earth in half? 6. Is the Tropic of Capricorn north or south of the equator? 7. What is the most southern point in the world called? 8. Name the four oceans of the Earth.
2 Weekly Geography 2 1. What is the definition of a peninsula? Find an example of a peninsula on your map. 2. What does a star on a map usually mean? 3. Which of the following is not a state: Kansas, Iowa, Washington DC, or Oregon? 4. Is the Antarctic Circle north or south of the equator? 5. What part of a map contains information on what the map s symbols mean? 6. What is a continent? What are the names of the continents on planet Earth? 7. Which ocean is the second largest in the world? 8. Which hemisphere is south of where you live?
3 Weekly Geography 3 1. Locate the Gulf of Mexico on your map. Now write a definition of a gulf. 2. Find an example of an area of land that is smaller than a continent and is completely surrounded by water. What term is used to describe this type of land? 3. How many states are there in the United States? 4. What body of water connects Lake Ontario to the Atlantic Ocean? 5. What is a coast? 6. Including Louisiana and Minnesota there are twenty-four states west of the Mississippi River. How many states are east of the Mississippi? 7. The three largest lakes in the world are the Caspian Sea, Lake Superior, and Lake Victoria. On which continent is each located? 8. What is the capital of the United States?
4 Weekly Geography 4 1. Name at least five countries that the Tropic of Cancer passes through. 2. What is the capital of Missouri, a state admitted to the union in 1821? 3. What are the two smallest continents in land area that also happen to look like islands? 4. What three countries in South America have the equator passing through them? 5. Of the four oceans of the world, which is the largest in terms of area? The smallest? 6. Which continent has the fewest number of nations? 7. What is the capital of the New England state that has a large hook of land jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean? 8. How many continents does the equator cross? What are those continents in order of land area from largest to smallest?
5 Weekly Geography 5 1. Which continent is south of all other continents? 2. What is the capital of the state whose southwestern border is Colorado and eastern border is Iowa? 3. Is Central America part of the North or South American continent? 4. Which of these is the name of a country: Chicago, Los Angeles, Canada, or Miami? 5. What is the city, bordered on the west by the Mississippi River, that is the capital of Minnesota? 6. Which state is due north of Alabama? 7. What is the name of the country in which Chileans live? 8. What is the city, located on the Kansas River, that is the capital of Kansas?
6 Weekly Geography 6 1. What is the relationship between a country and a state? 2. Where do many rivers begin or have their sources: in oceans, mountains and/or lakes? 3. What is the difference between a bay and a peninsula? 4. What is the capital of Indiana, a state that joined the union in 1816? 5. How many states are on the North American continent? 6. Is there more water or land on Earth? 7. What is the only ocean through which the equator does not pass? 8. Name the three continents that are located mainly between the equator and the North Pole.
7 Weekly Geography 7 1. What is the capital of Illinois, the state known as the Land of Lincoln? 2. Is most of South America above or below the Tropic of Cancer? 3. Name the longest mountain range in the United States. 4. Which continent is farther north, North America or Africa? 5. In what state is Mount McKinley, elevation 20,320 feet, located? 6. If you didn t understand a symbol on a map, where would you look? 7. Are there more mountains east or west of the Mississippi River? 8. What is the capital of Iowa, the state known as the Hawkeye state?
8 Weekly Geography 8 1. In general, what does a physical map show that a political map doesn t? 2. Harrisburg is the capital of what state? 3. Which has no land under it, the North or South Pole? 4. Are you closer to the equator in northern Argentina or southern Spain? 5. What is the capital of the state whose neighbors include Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan? 6. Are all places along the equator very warm? Why or why not? 7. The Denmark Strait separates what two large islands? 8. Which of the following is not a state: New York, Montana, Los Angeles, or Rhode Island?
9 Weekly Geography 9 1. What is the capital of Alaska, the only state that touches two oceans? 2. What does a map s scale show? 3. As you get to the equator, temperatures usually get. 4. What ocean borders the Russia to the north? 5. What are the names of the five Great Lakes? 6. What is the capital of Washington, the state where the Grand Coulee Dam is located? 7. What two oceans meet at the southern tip of South America? 8. Which hemisphere has more land, the Eastern or Western?
10 Weekly Geography What is the city, whose name comes from the French words red stick, that is the capital of Louisiana? 2. What is the only city in the United States that is not in a state? 3. Which continents are in the Northern Hemisphere? 4. How many of the Great Lakes border Canada? 5. The Mediterranean Sea touches what three continents? 6. What part of the Earth is covered with water: ¼, ½, ¾? 7. What is the city, located on the Missouri River, that is the capital of North Dakota? 8. What two continents are located entirely within the Southern Hemisphere?
11 Weekly Geography Which state has the longest coastline on the Atlantic Ocean? 2. What is the capital of Ohio, the state that is the birthplace of seven presidents of the United States? 3. Which ocean contains many icebergs? 4. What country in the Western Hemisphere does the Tropic of Cancer pass through? 5. Which pole is located on a continent? 6. What states border the Pacific Ocean? 7. What continents are in both the Eastern and Southern Hemispheres? 8. What do black dots on a map usually represent?
12 Weekly Geography Carson City is to Nevada as is to Vermont. 2. Find a country in Central America that is not on the Caribbean Sea. 3. Is Hawaii considered an island state or a peninsula? 4. What two countries in South America are landlocked? 5. What is the capital of New Hampshire, the state that cast the deciding vote to ratify the Constitution? 6. Through which continent does the equator, Prime Meridian, and the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer pass? 7. What is the symbol usually found next to Washington DC? What does it mean? 8. The Pacific Ocean touches all continents except which two?
13 Weekly Geography What is the only state that touches four of the five Great Lakes? 2. The largest island in the world, located near Canada, is called. 3. What is the name of the large sea off the western coast of Alaska? 4. What is the capital of Rhode Island, the state with the smallest land area in the United States? 5. Which gulf is off the southern coast of the United States? 6. To which continent does Israel belong? 7. What body of water borders Turkey, Greece, and Italy? 8. Which country has the warmest climate year round, Switzerland or Sudan? Why?
14 Weekly Geography How many countries are in Central America? 2. Is Australia a continent or an island? 3. Sacramento is the capital of what state? 4. What ocean is off the East Coast of the United States? 5. What large mountain range is found north of India? 6. Which hemispheres does the Tropic of Cancer pass through? 7. Where is the mouth of the Nile River located? 8. If you traveled from the capital of Arizona to the capital of California, in what direction would you have gone?
15 Weekly Geography What countries in South America does the Tropic of Cancer pass through? 2. Name a strait in the southern part of South America. 3. Name two peninsulas found in Mexico. 4. Name the island nation south of India. 5. Would the Tropic of Capricorn be found in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere? 6. What country, located to the southeast of Australia, is made up of two islands? 7. What is the definition of a hemisphere? 8. Name the countries in Africa that the equator passes through.
16 Weekly Geography Hispaniola is an island in the West Indies (Caribbean Sea) that contains two separate countries. Name those two countries. 2. If you were visiting Arizona, would you most likely see a cape, a desert, or an icecap? 3. Is the source of the Mississippi River the Gulf of Mexico or a lake in northern Minnesota? 4. If you traveled from Amarillo, Texas, to El Paso, Texas, in what direction would you have gone? 5. Of the four oceans, which is the smallest? 6. What is the name of a large city in southwest Tennessee? 7. What is the capital of West Virginia? 8. What continent is entirely in the Northern and Western Hemispheres?
17 Weekly Geography What South American country has the largest land area? 2. Name three states with a panhandle. 3. Which is larger, the Mediterranean or the North Sea? 4. What state is bordered by only one other state? 5. What sea surrounds Jamaica? 6. What states border Illinois? 7. What is the capital of Michigan? 8. If you traveled northeast from Arkansas, would you probably pass through Colorado, Mississippi, or Kentucky?
18 Weekly Geography Which city is farthest south: Phoenix, Arizona, or Austin, Texas? 2. What state is divided in two by a lake? 3. About how far is the capital of Maryland from the capital of Delaware in a straight-line distance: miles; miles; miles? 4. What strait separates North America from Asia? 5. The Grand Canyon is in the northwest part of Arizona. What large river passes through it? 6. Name the island group southeast of Florida that is a popular tourist attraction. 7. Which city is farthest east, Miami, Florida, or Augusta, Maine? 8. Would the distance from Denver, Colorado, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, be closer to 300, 500, or 800 miles?
19 Weekly Geography San Diego, California, is in what part of California? 2. How many symbols for capital cities are there on a map of the United States? 3. In what part of Missouri is its capital city located? 4. What country borders Mexico to the north and what two countries border it to the south? 5. What direction is the capital of Texas from the capital of Oklahoma? 6. What is a bay? 7. If you could travel only 500 miles a day, what would be the farthest city you could reach in one day if you were in Chicago, Illinois: Dallas, Texas; St. Louis, Missouri; Lincoln, Nebraska? 8. Is Minneapolis or St. Paul the capital of Minnesota? Why might people be confused about this?
20 Weekly Geography The Panama Canal connects what two bodies of water? 2. What group of small islands forms the long tail of Alaska? 3. Which continent has the larger land area, South America or Africa? 4. Which capital city in South America is not on a coast: Caracas, Georgetown, or Santiago? 5. The Arctic Ocean touches what three continents? 6. What body of water separates the tiny finger of Western Mexico from mainland Mexico? 7. What part of a map will usually tell you about direction? 8. What is the capital of Honduras?
21 Weekly Geography If you were in Savannah, Georgia, on what coast would you be located? 2. Name a large bay east of Maine. 3. Bolivia, a country in South America, has two capital cities. What are their names? 4. Is Chicago, Illinois, located on a bay? How do you know for sure? 5. Is the capital of Alaska east or west of the capital of Hawaii? 6. What part of the United States is more mountainous? 7. Name the gulf that is just south of Alaska. 8. What country controls the island of Greenland, Canada or Denmark?
22 Weekly Geography How many states border the Gulf of Mexico? 2. Which state does the Arctic Circle pass through? 3. What ocean would you have to cross if you wanted to travel from Eastern Africa to India? 4. On what island do you find the capital of Hawaii? 5. About half of Canada s coastlines are on what ocean? 6. What is the capital of Nevada? 7. Which state would probably have the warmest temperatures year round, Missouri or Mississippi? Why? 8. In what hemisphere can you find the Rock of Gibraltar, the Northern or Southern?
23 Weekly Geography What state has a capital city named Montpelier? 2. Is Columbus, Ohio, farther from Indianapolis, Indiana, or Harrisburg, Pennsylvania? 3. Locate a large lake in Utah. What is its name? 4. What is the capital of Montana, the state where Glacier National Park is located? 5. Which is farther, New York to Portugal or Venezuela to Portugal? 6. Locate and name a large lake in Eastern Africa. 7. What is the capital of the state that has a border with California and Nevada and a coastline on the Pacific? 8. What large country borders France directly to the south?
24 Weekly Geography Whose capital city is Boise? 2. In which direction would you have gone if you traveled from Madison, Wisconsin, to Bismarck, North Dakota? 3. Name two of the three large gulfs that are close to the United States. 4. What two states have cities named Kansas City? 5. To which continent does Lebanon belong? 6. What country does Alaska border to the east? 7. Is the capital of Minnesota located to the west or east of the Mississippi River? 8. Name the capital of Massachusetts. Is it located on a coast?
25 Weekly Geography If a map scale shows that 1-inch equals 400 miles, what would 2 ½ inches equal? 2. What is the capital of the only state outside of the North American continent and also the southernmost state? 3. What country controls the Falkland Islands off the coast of South America, the United Kingdom or Argentina? 4. What is the capital of Alabama? 5. What large bay is located north of Lake Superior in Canada? 6. What is an isthmus? 7. Which hemisphere has more water, the Southern or Northern? 8. The Atlantic Ocean touches what five continents?
26 Weekly Geography The needle on a compass always points to what pole? 2. What is the capital of the state whose neighbors are Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, and Arizona? 3. Name a large bay found between Maryland and Virginia. 4. In what direction would you be headed if you were going from the South Pole to Australia? 5. If you wanted to find how far an inch on a map represented in actual distance, where would you look? 6. Is the capital of Nebraska in a mountain range? If so, which one? 7. What state has higher elevations, Arizona or Louisiana? 8. What three continents does the Tropic of Cancer pass through?
27 Weekly Geography If you were traveling from Colorado to Mississippi, would your elevation be increasing or decreasing? 2. Which of the following states have a capital city located near the geographic center of the state: Missouri, Texas, Wyoming, Ohio, or Maine? 3. Look at a physical map of Europe. Would you be more above sea level in Spain or United Kingdom? 4. Which hemisphere has more water, the Eastern or Western? 5. Central America connects North America to South America. What is the geographical term for this type of landform? 6. Many times a map scale will show distance in both miles and. 7. What southeastern state has a capital named Richmond? 8. Which one of the Great Lakes is entirely in the United States?
28 Weekly Geography To travel from Australia to South Africa, which direction would you go? 2. If you were drawing a map in which the scale is 1 inch equals 2 miles, how many inches would it take to show 12 miles? 3. Jackson is to Mississippi as is to Kentucky. 4. What direction would you travel to get from North America to Europe? 5. Look at a map of Europe and Asia. What mountain range separates Europe from Asia? 6. Which of the following locations does not fit the order: Columbus, Ohio; Sacramento, California; Billings, Montana; Albany, New York? 7. What major city in California is located on a peninsula? 8. Which has a higher elevation, Greenland or Australia?
29 Weekly Geography What is the capital of the state whose neighbors are Canada, Maine, Vermont, and Massachusetts? 2. The many islands that stretch from Florida to Venezuela are referred to as the. 3. Continents are divided into countries, and countries are often divided into states. How is some of the United States then divided? 4. What is the difference between a strait and an isthmus? 5. What is the longest north-south river in the United States? 6. Name the capital of South Dakota. 7. What direction is Spain from France? 8. Is the state of Hawaii north or south of the equator?
30 Weekly Geography Find Alaska on a map. What part of the state has a peninsula, north or south? 2. What tributary flows into the Mississippi River where Illinois, Kentucky, and Missouri meet? 3. Name the capital of Nevada. In what part of the state is the city located? 4. At what point does North America end and South America begin? 5. What direction is South America from Antarctica? 6. The Pyrenees Mountains separate what two European Countries? 7. Lake Michigan is what direction from Chicago, Illinois? 8. What is the capital of Iowa?
31 Weekly Geography Which is larger, the Gulf of California or the Gulf of Mexico? 2. Name the tributary that flows into the Mississippi River due north of St. Louis. 3. What is the difference between an island and a peninsula? 4. Does Panama fit the definition of an isthmus? Why or why not? 5. Can you travel the whole length of the United States on the Mississippi River? Why or why not? 6. In general, which has higher elevations, Alaska or Florida? 7. If you were an avid lake fisher, would you go to Minnesota, Kansas, or Kentucky for your vacation and why? 8. What is the capital of Utah, the state that contains the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River?
32 Weekly Geography What do Buffalo, New York, Cleveland, Ohio, and Erie Pennsylvania all have in common? 2. North Carolina is to South Carolina as is to South Dakota. 3. It is approximately 110 miles from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Why will it take you almost four hours to get from one city to another by car? 4. Which continent has more countries, South America or Africa? 5. Name a major river that flows through the state of Kansas. 6. Georgia is to Atlanta as Rhode Island is to. 7. Name two of the three states that could be considered peninsulas. 8. Where would you most likely go to spend your holiday downhill skiing: Missouri, Colorado, or Texas? Why?
33 Weekly Geography What river flows along the border of Washington and Oregon? 2. What do the countries of Canada, United States, and Mexico all have in common? 3. Name the major river that flows from Utah into Arizona. 4. What states border Alabama? 5. If a map shows the straight-line distance between two cities as 3 ½ inches, and the map scale shows that 1-inch equals 100 kilometers, what would the actual distance be? 6. To what continent does Israel belong? 7. What is the body of water that is part of the Atlantic Ocean between Great Britain and the continent of Europe? 8. Look at a physical map. What part of the United States has the fewest mountains, west, east, or south?
34 Weekly Geography Brazil is to South America as is to North America. 2. Which mountains form the western coast of South America? 3. In general, are states in the western part of the United States larger or smaller in area than states in the eastern part? 4. What body of water separates mainland Greece from Turkey? 5. What animal would probably live closer to Antarctica, the Cape Buffalo of southern Africa or the Wallaby of southern Australia? 6. What do California, Chile, and El Salvador have in common? 7. Which is a coastal city: St. Louis, Missouri; Columbus, Ohio; Charleston, South Carolina; or Sacramento, California? 8. Is a plateau higher or lower than a plain?
35 Weekly Geography What state has a capital named Harrisburg? 2. Arrange these states according to their land areas, smallest to largest: Texas, Delaware, Alaska, South Carolina. 3. What is the capital of Washington, the only state named for one of the presidents of the United States? 4. What strait separates Asia from North America? 5. Is Lake Okeechobee, the largest lake in Florida, in northern or southern Florida? 6. What is the capital of the only state that has a border with Canada and the Atlantic Ocean? 7. What river, located in eastern Africa, is the longest in the world? 8. What states border Florida?
36 Weekly Geography The following four countries have the largest land areas in the world: 1. Soviet Union 2. Canada 3. United States 4. China. On what continents are they located? 2. Kentucky is to Tennessee as Colorado is to. 3. Which states in the United States have a land border with another country? 4. What are the only two countries in South America that are landlocked? 5. Is Buffalo, New York on a coast? Why or why not? 6. Fill in a compass rose showing the direction of southeast. 7. What large island in the West Indies is controlled by the United States? 8. What do Chicago, Illinois; Gary, Indiana; and Hammond, Indiana all have in common?
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