Published on September 3, 2007
Slide1: 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Landforms Continents Where in the World? Name It Hodge Podge Slide2: A large area of flat or gently sloping land Slide3: What is a plain? Slide4: A deep valley with steep sides Slide5: What is a canyon? Slide6: An area of flat land that is higher than the surrounding land Slide7: What is a plateau? Slide8: A narrow piece of land that juts out into a sea or lake Slide9: What is a peninsula? Slide10: The longest mountain range in the United States Slide11: What are the Appalachian Mountains? Slide12: The continent where the United States is located Slide13: What is North America? Slide14: The largest continent Slide15: What is Asia? Slide16: The only continent completely covered in ice Slide17: What is Antarctica? Slide18: The continent with more countries than any other Slide19: What is Africa? Slide20: The continent that includes Australia and New Zealand Slide21: What is Oceania? Slide22: Where the Mississippi River ends Slide23: What is the Gulf of Mexico? Slide24: Imaginary line that divides the northern and southern hemispheres Slide25: What is the equator? Slide26: Name two states not on the mainland of the U.S. Slide27: What are Alaska and Hawaii? Slide28: The highest point in the world Slide29: What is Mount Everest? Slide30: The prime meridian runs on what line of longitude Slide31: What is 0 degrees? Slide32: Canyons, mountains, plateaus, peninsulas and plains Slide33: What are landforms? Slide34: The study of a place and the way the people live in it and use it Slide35: What is geography? Slide36: The kind of weather a region experiences over many years Slide37: What is climate? Slide38: A symbol that shows the cardinal and intermediate directions Slide39: What is the compass rose? Slide40: Things from nature like trees, minerals, oil and soil. Slide41: What are natural resources? Slide42: A cold, treeless area where the ground is almost always frozen Slide43: What is tundra? Slide44: Imaginary lines that divide the Earth’ surface Slide45: What are longitude and latitude? Slide46: An imaginary line from the North Pole to the South Pole Slide47: What is the Earth’s axis? Slide48: The seven continents of the world Slide49: What are North America, South America, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe and Oceania? Slide50: The four oceans of the Earth Slide51: What are the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Indian and the Arctic?