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FREE - Beginning of the Year Activities "Classmate Interview" (Gr. 3-7)
FREE - Beginning of the Year Activities "Classmate Interview" (Gr. 3-7)
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FREE - Beginning of the Year Activities - Back to School Bundle - First Day of School - "Classmate Interview".

In this free sample: "Classmate Interview" (PowerPoint). Get to know the class with a simple and flexible editable template. Then allow partners to present their findings in a speech.

Classmate Interview is part of the larger Back to School Bundle | 600 Assignments, which includes the following:

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ART

1. Art Tinting: "Poolside" with Tutorial
2. Art Tinting: "Japanese Garden" w/ Tutorial
3. Art Tinting: "Sea Life" w/ Tutorial
4. Art Tinting: "Fish" w/ Tutorial
5. Art Tinting: "English Village" w/ Tutorial
6. Art Tinting: "Country Road" w/ Tutorial
7. Veterans & Memorial Day: Iwo Jima Silhouette
8. Art: Jefferson Memorial Silhouette
9. Art: Statue of Liberty Silhouette
10. Art: Pet Dinosaur Silhouette
11. Jefferson Memorial & White House
12. Art Tinting: Halloween Haunted House

READING COMPREHENSION

13. Reading Comprehension - 20 Worksheets
• Symbols – Reading Comprehension
• Pole Vault – Reading for Details
• Crows & Ravens – Compare & Contrast
• Johnny Appleseed – Analyzing Fact & Fiction
• Down Syndrome – Informational Text
• Job Application – Understanding Forms
• Centennial Light – Organizing Events
• Idioms – Figures of Speech
• San Francisco Downtown – Reading Maps
• Halloween – Interpreting Mood
• Veterans Day – Describing Details
• Veterans Day II – Describing Details
• Winter Boat Parade – Character Personality
• Pier Santa – Understanding Themes
• Doggy Day Spa – Analyzing Interactions
• What’s in the Drawer? – Continuity & Flow
• What’s Wrong? – Faulty Reasoning
• Logic Grid – Critical Thinking
• Logic Grid II – Critical Thinking
• Paul Revere’s Ride – Poetry & Historical Context

14. Reading Comprehension | 9 Oregon Trail Worksheets
• Oregon Trail - Reading Maps
• The Journey - Main Idea
• Manifest Destiny - Understanding Context
• Supplies - Reading for Details
• Across the Plains - Point of View
• Independence Rock - Analyzing Events
• Over the Mountains - Inference
• The Trail Divides - Compare & Contrast
• End of the Journey - Cause & Effect

EDITING

15. Editing - 12 Printable Prompts:
• Labor Day
• Haunted House
• Winter Solstice
• Sled Racing
• White House Easter Egg Roll
• Valentine's Day 1886
• Rosie the Riveter
• Lewis & Clark
• Transcontinental Railroad
• Four Corners
• Gateway Arch
• Natchez Trace

16. Editing Skills - 35 Worksheets:
• Sentences I
• Sentences II
• Paragraphs
• Nouns
• Subject-Verb Agreement
• Run-on
• Prepositions
• Apostrophes
• Commas I
• Commas II
• Quotations I
• Quotations II
• Conjunctions
• Colons
• Semicolons
• Fluff
• Double Negatives
• Wordiness
• Comma Splice
• Title of Works
• Transitions
• Subordinate Conjunctions
• Appositives
• Parenthetical Expressions
• Syntax
• Active vs. Passive Voice
• Hyphen & Dash
• Parentheses & Brackets
• General Practice I
• General Practice II
• General Practice III
• General Practice IV
• General Practice V
• General Practice VI
• General Practice VII
• 35 Quick Quizzes

HANDWRITING

17. 22 Printing Prompts | Leaders & Heroes
18. 22 Cursive Writing Prompts | Leaders & Heroes:
• George Washington
• John Adams
• Thomas Jefferson
• Abraham Lincoln
• Benjamin Franklin
• Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
• Amelia Earhart
• Apollo 11
• Continental Army
• Booker T. Washington
• Clara Barton
• Audie Murphy
• Eleanor Roosevelt
• Dr. Joseph Warren
• Helen Keller
• Harriet Tubman
• Jonas Salk
• Lewis & Clark
• Juliette Low
• Iwo Jima soldiers
• Torpedo Squadron 8
• World War II: D-Day at Omaha Beach

19. 24 Printing Prompts | Careers
20. 24 Cursive Prompts | Careers:
• Banker
• Chemist
• Chef
• Caterer
• Lawyer
• Pilot
• Civil Engineer
• Farm Worker
• Electrician
• Veterinarian
• Dentist
• Doctor
• Florist
• Mathematician
• Computer Programmer
• Railroad Worker
• Family Therapist
• Postal Worker
• Hotel Manager
• Real Estate Agent
• Referee
• Hazardous Waste Worker
• Teacher
• Pharmacist

LANGUAGE SKILLS

21. Writing Skills | Basic (7 Worksheets)
• Sentences
• Paragraphs
• Nouns
• Verbs
• Adjectives
• Adverbs
• Prepositions

22. Writing Skills | Intermediate (27 Worksheets)
• Apostrophes
• Commas I
• Commas II
• Quotation Marks
• Conjunctions
• Colons
• Semicolons
• Fluff (avoid)
• Hyperbole
• Similes
• Metaphors
• Personification
• Double Negatives
• Wordiness
• Comma Splices (avoid)
• Bibliography
• Poetry
• Transitions
• Subordinate Conjunctions
• Appositives
• Parenthetical Expressions
• Email I
• Email II
• Syntax
• Deduction
• Tone
• Generalization

23. Writing Skills | Advanced (10 Worksheets)
• Active vs. Passive Voice
• Thesis
• Five-Paragraph Essay
• Persuasive
• Expository
• Dialogue
• Inference
• Imply
• Shades of Meaning
• Root Words

WEBQUESTS

24. 32 Websites: Independent Learning Activities
• Air Traffic Control
• Four Corners
• San Francisco Airport
• Gateway Arch
• Winchester Mystery House
• Point Reyes National Seashore
• Earthquakes
• Farallon Islands
• Hearst Castle
• Monterey Bay Aquarium
• Dancing Rocks
• Careers
• Weather Radar
• Deepest Hole
• Webcam Locator
• Typing Test
• Illusions
• April Fools’ Day
• Time and Date
• Hadrian’s Wall
• Howland Island
• Roanoke’s Lost Colony
• Bigfoot
• UFO
• Skara Brae
• Debt Clock
• Home Depot vs. Lowes
• Car Shopping
• Charity Navigator
• United States Mint
• Stock Market
• Disney Cruise Lines

MATH

25. 12 Math Time Tests | Addition & Subtraction
• Addition – emphasizing numbers 1-6
• Addition – emphasizing numbers 6-9
• Addition – general practice numbers 1-9
• Addition – general practice numbers 1-9
• Addition – general practice numbers 1-9, double
• Subtraction – emphasizing numbers 1-6
• Subtraction – emphasizing numbers 6-9
• Subtraction – general practice numbers 1-9
• Subtraction – general practice numbers 1-9
• Subtraction – general practice numbers 1-9, double
• Mixed Review – add & subtract numbers 1-9
• Mixed Review – add & subtract, fill in the blank

26. 12 Math Time Tests | Addition & Subtraction
• Multiplication – emphasizing numbers 1-6
• Multiplication – emphasizing numbers 6-12
• Multiplication – general practice numbers 1-12
• Multiplication – general practice numbers 1-12
• Multiplication – general practice numbers 1-12, double
• Division – emphasizing numbers 1-6
• Division – emphasizing numbers 6-12
• Division – general practice numbers 1-12
• Division – general practice numbers 1-12
• Division – general practice numbers 1-12, double
• Mixed Review – multiply & divide numbers 1-12
• Mixed Review – multiply & divide, fill in the blank

27. 90 Calculator Riddles
• Numbers
• Large Numbers
• Decimals
• Fraction to Decimal
• Fraction to Decimal to Percent
• Perimeter, Area, & Volume
• Percent of a Number
• Order of Operations
• Mixed Review

28. Math Paper | 52 Types

29. Ruler | Fraction Measurement

30. Math & History - 45 President Numbers

SCIENCE

31. Science: Mythbusters Lab Reports
• General
• Water Slide Wipeout
• Square Wheels
• Banana Peel Slip
• Elephants & Mice
• Lego Ball
• Swimming in Syrup vs. Water
• Folding Paper Seven Times
• Cooking Lasagna in a Dishwasher
• Rail Tanker Implosion

32. Classify Dinosaurs
• Background Information
• 4 Dinosaur Families
• 48 Printable Dinosaurs
• Find & Glue
• Find & Glue II
• Circle Map
• Bubble Map
• Double Bubble
• Create a Family
• Comparison Chart
• Venn Diagram
• Triple Venn Diagram
• Tree Map
• Brace Map
• Find 20 & Classify
• Pick 30 & Classify
• Classify all 48

SOCIAL STUDIES

33. Presidents w/ 12 Activities
• Find & Glue (2)
• Circle Map
• Bubble Map
• Double Bubble
• Create a Group
• Comparison Chart
• Venn Diagram
• Tree Map
• Brace Map
• Who’s Who?
• Math Mixed Review
• 44 Mini Portraits
• President Facts
• Presidential Trivia

SPEECHES

34. Classroom Speeches: What to Assign & How to Grade

SPELLING

35.70 Spelling Lists

WRITING

36. Respect: The Flag (5 Prompts)
• Showing the flag.
• Flag folding.
• Memorial flags.
• Saluting the flag.
• Burning ceremony.

37. Veterans & Memorial Day - 32 Writing Prompts

38. Halloween Writing - 10 Printable Prompts

39. 20 Dialogue Prompts

40. Suspense | 18 Writing Prompts
• Night in the haunted house.
• Choose a scene.
• Thanksgiving package.
• Choose a topic.
• Downhill skiing final race.
• Lost on a trail with an unnerving feeling.
• Cara's big catch.
• Maya vs. Brussels sprouts.
• Presidential chauffeur.
• The Olympic ceremony is about to start.
• Volleyball last point.
• The hurdle race starts.
• Santa oversleeps.
• Pick a topic.
• Santa's dry cleaner has both good and bad news.
• Easter dinner lottery clean-up.
• Faberge eggs.
• Maria's Easter bunny suit arrives.

41. 22 Reporting Prompts
• Early morning balloon ride.
• Living on the tundra.
• Sarah rides a mule backwards.
• 12th Annual Funny Dog Show.
• Sweden's Ice Hotel.
• Ray's snow giants.
• Antarctica research station.
• Car phone.
• Wildland firefighters.
• Tour of California bike race.
• Cliff swallows return.
• Stormy day in Mountrail County.
• Jake & Lynn drive across America.
• Hot dog eating contest.
• Describing fireworks.
• Assemble a story.
• News reporter practice.
• Tomb of the Unknowns.
• The Liberty Memorial.
• WWII Memorial.
• Korean War Memorial.
• Vietnam War Memorial.

42. 30 Expository Prompts
• Explain Rube Goldberg's light bulb.
• How to remove a classroom fly.
• President Kennedy's quote.
• How to get kindergarteners to get along.
• Rules a bus driver should know.
• Halloween history.
• Why do we have traditions?
• Christmas customs.
• Wish list vs. gratefulness.
• Easter Island scientific study.
• Living on an island.
• Valentine's Day history & transformation.
• Grocery store Valentines.
• Chocolate sales.
• VA hospitals.
• Daughters of the American Revolution.
• The American Legion.
• Disabled American Veterans.
• April Fools protocol.
• The perfect joke.
• Daylight Savings Time.
• Mother's Day.
• Martin Luther King: excellent speaker.
• Ruby Bridges' courage.
• Rosa Parks' non-violent protest.
• Barbequing for 12 neighbors.
• Making frozen treats.
• Lemonade stand competition.
• Engineering the world's largest pizza.
• Starting your next world record.

43. Writing Humor: 33 Prompts
• Jack's new way to get to school.
• Deer photography trip.
• Randolph's big day at Feline Spa & Resort.
• Airplane tennis anyone?
• Dog sled team relaxing poolside.
• Night watchperson lost in castle.
• Snowed-in on a snow day.
• You go first Uncle Phil.
• Cousin Doug catches a mermaid.
• Skittles has a plan.
• Principal McPhee speaks.
• Dr. Lyttle to the rescue.
• How to be a good household pet.
• Kittles the swimming cat.
• Frying food on the sidewalk.
• Dad goes camping.
• Lulu earns a break.
• You win a haunted house!
• Haunted house housekeeping.
• Grandma Trudy makes a house haunted.
• First grade patriotic musical.
• Woofy, the town dog, contributes to Veterans Day.
• Beach Santa.
• Gift return hotline.
• Living in a gingerbread house.
• Valentines high heels.
• Uncle Al likes his job.
• Grandmas Hilda & Myrtle have a plan.
• Pin the tail on a real donkey.
• Rocko sings the classics.
• Egg salad for every meal.
• Ms. Kate decorates everything.
• Awful smell and a missing Easter egg.

44. End of Year | Create-A-City
• Select a city image and add full color.
General Information: name, location and state, population, mayor, climate, points of interest, current events, motto, fun facts. (≥10 list format)
Geography: describe the land around the city (lakes, rivers, hills, forests…). (≥10 sentences)
History: founders, early settlers, how it has grown over the years. (≥10 sentences)
Government: how the city works (city council, judges, services provided, elections, taxes). (≥10 sentences)
People: festivals, food, special holidays. (≥8 sentences)
Economy: how the city works, jobs, industries, tourism, resources, trade partners. (≥10 sentences)
Other: describe something interesting. (≥8 sentences)
Illustrations: Create three full-color images on one blank, white paper (flag, coat of arms, official flower, logo, special event…)
Speech: Present the city with the original image and a brief summary. (60 to 90 seconds)
• Draw an informative city map.
• Your city is known for an unusual traffic sign. Illustrate the sign.

GEOGRAPHY

45. Geography - 135 Map Labeling Tasks

USA Political Map & Flag:

1. All 50 states.
2. All state capitals.
3. 15 major U.S. cities.
4. Washington, D.C.
5. Outline each state a different color, so that no two same colors are touching.

6. State boundaries were usually decided by a mathematical line or natural boundaries, like mountain ranges or rivers. List three states that contain both line and natural borders.

7. State capitals are not always the largest city. Many states chose smaller cities for their capital to reduce the influence big cities would have over state decisions. List three small-city capitals.

8. What is the second most northern state after Alaska? (Hint: It is not Maine.)

9. The flag should never be used as a drape, towel, tablecloth, sheet, or clothing. Instead, use bunting as a patriotic decoration. What are three different occasions bunting would be an appropriate decoration?

10. A United States flag is provided, at no cost, to families of deceased veterans for memorial services. The purpose is to honor the memory of a veteran’s military service to his or her country. The request form and flags are available at your local post office. How does a memorial flag from the United States show respect to the veteran?

USA - Physical Map:
1. Label six rivers
2. Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada, Cascade Mountains, Appalachian Mountains
3. Black Hills (Home of Mt. Rushmore)
4. Great Salt Lake, Great Lakes (Hint: HOMES)
5. Canada, Mexico, The Bahamas
6. Add Hawaii and Alaska
7. Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico
8. Great Plains, Piedmont, Mojave Desert
9. Washington, D.C. and your school.
10. How long is the Mississippi River?

USA - West:
1. Label all states
2. Label all capitals
3. Label one large city in each state
4. Columbia River, Colorado River
5. Pacific Ocean
6. Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada, Cascade Mountains
7. Great Salt Lake
8. Mojave Desert
9. Great Basin (“water having no connection to the ocean”)
10. Canada, Mexico

USA - Midwest:
1. Label all states
2. Label all capitals
3. Label one large city in each state
4. Mississippi River
5. Missouri River
6. Ohio River
7. Lake Michigan and Lake Superior
8. Canada
9. Great Plains

USA - South:
1. Label all states
2. Label all capitals
3. Label one large city in each state
4. Mississippi River, Ohio River, Rio Grande River, Red River
5. Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico
6. Appalachian Mountains, Ozark Mountains
7. Florida marshes
8. Louisiana marshes
9. Washington, D.C.
10. Mexico

USA - Northeast:
1. Label all states
2. Label all capitals
3. Label one large city in each state
4. Delaware River
5. Atlantic Ocean
6. Appalachian Mountains
7. Lake Eerie, Lake Ontario
8. Niagara Falls, NY
9. Use the Forest symbol to show Maine is a heavily forested state (83%).

Africa:
1. Label 30 countries and outline all countries in different colors
2. Label 15 large cities
3. Lake Victoria, Nile River
4. Red Sea, Suez Canal
5. Sahara Desert, Kalahari Desert, Atlas Mountains
6. Equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn
7. Cape of Good Hope

Antarctica:
1. South Pole, magnetic South Pole
2. McMurdo Station, Palmer Station
3. Ross Ice Shelf
4. Queen Maud Land
5. Weddell Sea, Ross Sea, Amundsen Sea
6. Antarctic Circle
7. Indian Ocean
8. Antarctic Peninsula
9. Transantarctic Mountains
10. Label two more features

Asia:
1. Label 25 countries and outline all countries in different colors
2. Label 20 capitals
3. Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Arctic Ocean
4. Gobi Desert, Ural Mountains, Himalayas
5. Mt. Everest, Caspian Sea, Arabian Desert
6. Yellow River, Ob River, Ganges River
7. Arctic Circle, Tropic of Cancer, Equator
8. Lake Baikal
9. Hong Kong
10. Label two more features

Australia:
1. Label six states and two territories; outline each in alternating colors
2. Label 10 large cities
3. Ayers Rock, Great Dividing Range, Great Sandy Desert
4. Darling River, Murray River, two lakes
5. Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Tasman Sea, Gulf of Carpentaria
6. Three nearby countries
7. Tropic of Capricorn
8. Canberra
9. Two additional features

Europe:
1. Label 30 countries and outline all countries in different colors
2. Label 15 large cities
3. Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Atlantic Ocean
4. Alps Mountains, Pyrenees Mountains, Ural Mountains
5. Atlantic Ocean, Strait of Gibraltar

Middle East:
1. Label 20 countries and outline all countries in alternating colors.
2. Label 20 country capitals
3. Nile River, Tigris River, Euphrates River
4. Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea
5. Zagros Mountains, Syrian Desert, Suez Canal
6. Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Arabian Sea
7. Lightly color the water blue, avoiding your labels

North America:
1. Label 15 countries and outline in different colors
2. Label 15 large cities
3. Label your school and Washington, D.C.
4. Mississippi River, Yukon River, Rio Grande River
5. Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean
6. Hudson Bay, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico
7. Rocky Mountains, Mojave Desert
8. Tropic of Cancer, magnetic North Pole
9. Great Bear Lake, Great Lakes (Hint: HOMES)
10. Panama Canal

Oceania:
1. Label 12 countries; outline all countries in alternating colors
2. Label 10 towns
3. Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Tasman Sea, Coral Sea
4. Equator
5. Great Barrier Reef
6. International Date Line (mathematical line where each new day begins)
7. Tropic of Capricorn
8. Great Australian Bight
9. Two additional features

South America:
1. Label all countries and outline in different colors
2. Label all capitals
3. Label one large city in each country
4. Amazon River, Atacama Desert, Andes Mountains
5. Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea
6. Cape Horn, Strait of Magellan, Lake Titicaca
7. Amazon Basin
8. Tropic of Capricorn, Equator
9. Pampas (grassland)
10. Patagonia (region)

46. 200 USA & World Geography Questions

1. What are the capitals of West Virginia and Maryland?
2. Which state is larger: Kansas or Kentucky?
3. Name two states directly south of Montana.
4. Which river borders both Oregon and Washington?
5. Name three large cities in Florida.
6. Which states would you cross walking directly from Pierre, SD to Sacramento, CA?
7. Name four large cities adjacent to the Pacific Ocean.
8. What states border Indiana?

9. Name four states in the Rocky Mountains.
10. What states border the Gulf of Mexico?
11. What is the next closest capital to St. Paul, MN?
12. Which is farther west: St. Louis, MO or New Orleans, LA?
13. What states border Georgia?
14. Name three large cities in Illinois.
15. What states border Canada?
16. Name the four states that meet at one point.

17. List the Great Lakes. (Hint: HOMES)
18. What are the capitals of Nevada and Arizona?
19. Which is closer to Detroit, MI: South Dakota or Arkansas?
20. Name a city in Ohio that starts with “A”.
21. Name four states that start with “N”.
22. How far is it from Memphis, TN to Baltimore, MD?
23. List three states in the Appalachian Mountains.
24. What states border Massachusetts?

25. How far is it from San Francisco, CA to Los Angeles, CA?
26. Name three large cities in Washington.
27. Which Great Lake is the largest?
28. Is Salt Lake City, UT farther east than Las Vegas, NV?
29. What are the capitals of New Hampshire and Ohio?
30. What states border New York?
31. A panhandle is a piece of land that extends out from the main body. Idaho is a “panhandle” state. Name two other states that have a panhandle.
32. What is the distance from Las Vegas, NV to Denver, CO?
33. List three major rivers in the United States.

34. What states border Texas?
35. Which state is smaller: Connecticut or Delaware?
36. Is Omaha, Nebraska farther south than Louisville, KY?
37. What are the state capitals of New Mexico and Kansas?
38. Is the capital of Hawaii on its largest island?
39. What is interesting about Alaska’s capital? Why do you think it is in this location?
40. How far is it from Albany, NY to Philadelphia, PA?
41. Name a large city in western Missouri.

42. What are the capitals of North Carolina and Wyoming?
43. Name two large cities in Wisconsin.
44. What states border South Carolina?
45. Which state is larger: Colorado or Pennsylvania?
46. What river borders Oklahoma and Texas?
47. If you traveled directly from Pierre, SD to Miami, FL, what states would you cross?
48. What states border the Great Lakes?
49. Which city is farther north: Tallahassee, FL or Mobile, AL?

50. How far is it from San Diego, CA to Washington, D.C.?
51. Name three large cities bordering the Atlantic Ocean.
52. The Mississippi River starts in Minnesota and empties into the Gulf of Mexico. List the states that border the river.
53. List three states that begin with “C”.
54. What states border West Virginia?
55. Name all the states that start with “New”.
56. List three states in the Great Plains.
57. Name three states larger than Alabama.

58. Rank the following states in size from smallest to greatest: Wyoming, Oregon, Louisiana, Ohio.
59. How far is it from Orlando, FL to Oklahoma City, OK?
60. State borders were usually created two ways: mathematical lines or natural borders, like rivers and mountains. Name three states with both lines and natural borders.
61. Name a capital that starts with “S”.
62. Find a state capital whose name has more letters than Idaho’s capital.
63. What states border New Hampshire?
64. Is Illinois east or west of Kansas?
65. Name three large cities in North Carolina.

66. What states lie between Texas and North Dakota?
67. What states border Mississippi and Vermont?
68. Name three large cities within 100 miles of New Jersey.
69. Which state is closer to Iowa: Delaware or New Mexico?
70. What states border Massachusetts?
71. What are the capitals of Louisiana and Michigan?
72. If a plane flew directly from Santa Fe, NM to Concord, NH, which states would it cross?
73. How many states border Kentucky?

74. Name three states directly south of Lake Michigan.
75. Which is closer to Maryland: Texas or North Dakota?
76. Name three states north of Arkansas.
77. Is Connecticut closer to Montana or Colorado?
78. What states are directly between Rhode Island and Delaware?
79. List all states directly west of Minnesota.
80. Name the states bordering Chesapeake Bay.
81. What states border the Colorado River?

82. How far is it from Denver, CO to New York, NY?
83. Name three large cities in Texas.
84. What states are crossed flying directly from Lansing, MI to Baltimore, MD?
85. Name three states west of the Missouri River.
86. List these cities from north to south: Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, SC; Nashville, TN.
87. Name three port cities on the Gulf of Mexico.
88. Is Lincoln, NE closer to the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean?
89. How far is it from Fairbanks, AK to Juneau, AK?

90. Order these states from west to east: Tennessee, Virginia, Wyoming, Oklahoma, Alabama, Rhode Island.
91. How far is it from Portland, OR to Birmingham, AL?
92. Name three large cities in Indiana.
93. What are the capitals of Oregon and Connecticut?
94. Name two deserts in the American Southwest.
95. What states border both Kansas and Arkansas?
96. Name the mountain range in both Oregon and Washington.
97. How far is it across Washington state?
98. Name three large cities in southern California.
99. List three Hawaiian islands.
100. Label 50 states (worksheet)

101. What are the capitals of Brazil and Libya?
102. Which country is larger: Kenya or Syria?
103. Name two countries directly south of Uzbekistan.
104. Which direction does India’s Ganges River flow?
105. Name three large cities in Russia.
106. Which countries would you cross walking directly from Rome, Italy to Poland?
107. Name four countries surrounded by the Pacific Ocean.
108. What countries border Chad?

109. Name four countries in the Caribbean Sea.
110. What countries border the Paraguay?
111. What is the next closest capital to Lusaka, Zambia?
112. Which is closer to the Equator: Mongolia or Greece?
113. What countries border France?
114. Name three large cities in Germany.
115. Name three countries in the Sahara Desert?
116. Order these countries north to south: India, Chile, Finland, Gabon.

117. List four seas north of the Equator.
118. What are the capitals of Canada and Vietnam?
119. Where does the Nile River end?
120. Name three countries that start with “R”.
121. Name three countries between USA and Colombia.
122. How far is it from Washington, D.C. to London, UK?
123. List three countries in Europe’s Alps mountains.
124. What countries border Nepal?

125. How far is it from Oslo, Norway to Cairo, Egypt?
126. Name three large cities in Australia.
127. Name three seas bordering Asia.
128. Order from south to north: Thailand, Ireland, Peru?
129. What are the capitals of Bolivia and South Korea?
130. What countries border Iraq?
131. Describe the location of the Andes mountains. (3 sentences)

132. What is the distance from Madrid, Spain to Moscow, Russia?
133. List three major rivers in Europe.
134. What countries border Guatemala?
135. Which country is smaller: Mauritania or North Korea?
136. Is Helsinki, Finland farther south than Montreal, Canada?
137. What are the capitals of Liberia and Indonesia?
138. Is the capital of Japan on its largest island?
139. Name three countries inside the Arctic Circle.
140. How far is it from Warsaw, Poland, to Tokyo, Japan?
141. Name three large cities in France besides Paris.

142. What are the capitals of Australia and Turkey?
143. Name two large cities in United Kingdom besides London.
144. What countries border Suriname?
145. Name three countries on the Tropic of Cancer?
146. What mountains border France and Spain?
147. If you traveled directly from Calcutta, India to Athens, Greece, what countries would you cross?
148. Name two countries surrounded by Italy?
149. Which city is farther north: Mecca, Saudi Arabia or San Juan, Puerto Rico?

150. How far is it from Quito, Ecuador to Chicago, IL?
151. Name three Asian cities bordering the Pacific Ocean.
152. The Mediterranean Sea has long been important in trading goods between Africa, Asia, and Europe. Name six countries bordering the sea.
153. List three countries that begin with “B”.
154. What countries border Laos?
155. Name three Asian countries larger than Armenia.
156. List three countries in South America north of the Tropic of Capricorn.
157. Which country is closer to the International Date Line: Belize or Panama.

158. Rank the following countries in size from smallest to greatest: Netherlands, Andorra, Slovenia, Hungary
159. How far is it from Berlin, Germany to London, United Kingdom?
160. After Canada and Mexico, what are the third and fourth nearest countries to the United States?
161. Describe the location of the Atlas Mountains (2 sentences).
162. Find a country capital whose name has more letters than Lithuania’s capital.
163. What countries border Botswana?
164. Is Lake Victoria, Africa larger or smaller than Lake Michigan, USA?
165. Name three large cities in Argentina.

166. Name four countries between Egypt and Somalia?
167. What countries border Slovakia?
168. Name three large cities closest to Brussels, Belgium.
169. Which country is closer to Iceland: Canada or Finland?
170. How far is it from Lisbon, Portugal to Jerusalem, Israel?
171. What are the capitals of Jamaica and Chile?
172. If a plane flew directly between the capitals of Ecuador and Paraguay, which countries would it cross?
173. Name three countries that start with “N”.

174. How far is it from Los Angeles, CA to Tokyo, Japan.
175. Which is closer to Madagascar: Sweden or Kazakhstan?
176. Name three large cities in Spain.
177. How far is it across Australia?
178. What two small island countries lie east of Madagascar?
179. List three countries on the Adriatic Sea.
180. What mountain range divides Russia into Asia and Europe.
181. What countries are between Senegal and Liberia?

182. How far is it from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Cape Town, South Africa?
183. Name three large cities in Japan besides Tokyo.
184. What countries are crossed flying directly from Montreal, Canada to Managua, Nicaragua?
185. Name three countries bordering the Indian Ocean.
186. List these countries from north to south: The Bahamas, Grenada, USA, Haiti.
187. Name three countries that start with “K”.
188. List three gulfs (an inlet of a sea) in the world?
189. How far is it from Stockholm, Sweden to Reykjavik, Iceland?

190. Order these countries from west to east: Mongolia, Lebanon, New Zealand, South Korea.
191. How far is it from Moldova’s capital to Austria’s capital?
192. Name three seas in the northern hemisphere.
193. What are the capitals of Venezuela and New Zealand?
194. Name three world deserts.
195. What country is smaller: Liechtenstein or Monaco?
196. Name two island countries surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea.
197. What is the longest distance across Iceland?
198. What direction does the Amazon River flow?
199. List two African capitals whose names are longer than Tunisia’s capital.
200. Label 13 country silhouettes (worksheet)

DESIGNS & ILLUSTRATIONS

47.83 Places Illustrations
• Asia - Tokyo
• Asia - Traditional Building
• Asia - Traditional Building Front View
• Bridge - Brooklyn Bridge
• Bridge - California Golden Gate
• Bridge - Tower Bridge London
• Castle - Europe
• Castle - Front Gate
• Castle - Hill
• Castle - Neuschwanstein, Germany Europe
• Castle - Normandy, France Mont St. Michel
• Castle - Small
• Castle - Tall
• Castle - United Kingdom
• City - 2-D Map
• City - Building Cut-Away
• City - Dense Folk Art
• City - Europe Arch
• City - Europe Architecture
• City - Europe France
• City - Folk Art
• City - Folk Art 2-D
• City - France Domes
• City - France Paris Store Fronts
• City - Hillside
• City - Large Modern
• City - Modern
• City - Modern Apartment
• City - New York City
• City - Notre Dame
• City - Paris Café
• City - Quiet Street
• City - River Downtown
• City - River Scene
• City - San Francisco Victorian Houses
• City - Sketch Layer Houses
• City - Slope Abstract
• City - Town Scene
• City - United Kingdom London
• City - Vector Drawing Downtown
• City - Village Folk Art
• Design - Architecture Foyer
• Europe - City Row Houses
• Europe - France
• Europe - Louvre Museum Paris France
• Europe - Narrow Street
• Europe - Old Europe
• Europe - Old Street
• Europe - Paris
• Europe - Paris Building
• Europe - Small Town
• Europe - Town Square
• Europe - Traditional Town
• Europe - Venice, Italy
• Europe - Victorian Town Center
• House - Bedroom
• House - Corner Two Story
• House - Early 20th Century
• House - Europe Cliff Houses
• House - Europe Estate
• House - Europe Large House
• House - Front Door
• House - Interior Design
• House - Interior Design
• House - Kitchen
• House - Log Cabin
• House - Navajo Hogan
• House - Tree House
• House - Victorian
• House - Windows
• Nature - Bluffs & Animals
• Nature - Creek
• Nature - Farm & Woods
• Nature - Hills
• Nature - Mountains and Animals
• Nature - Mt. Rainer, Washington
• Nature - Ranch
• Nature - Sunset over Water
• Nature - Swamp Forest
• Nature - Winter Snow Mountains
• Nature - Yosemite
• Ocean - Beach
• Ocean - Seaside Lighthouse

48. 65 Animal Illustrations
• Alligator
• Apes
• Bear & Cubs
• Bird
• Bird in Nature
• Blue Whale
• Bulldogs
• Butterflies
• Butterfly
• Cats
• Coyote
• Crab
• Deer
• Dolphins
• Draft Horse
• Duck
• Eagle
• Eagle in Flight
• Elephants
• Elephants II
• Fish
• Grizzly Bear
• Hermit Crab
• Hippopotamus
• Horned Lizard
• Hummingbird
• King Cobra
• Lion
• Lion II
• Mountain Lion
• Narwhal Whale
• Ocean Tidal Zone
• Octopus
• Owls
• Panda
• Peacock
• Polar Bears
• Razor Clams
• Sea Life
• Sea Turtle
• Seahorse
• Snail
• Tiger
• Tigers II
• Toad
• Tortoise
• Toucan
• Tree Frogs
• Turkeys
• Vintage Fish Drawing
• Vulture
• Water Bird
• Whale
• Wild Cat
• Dinosaur
• Dinosaur - Ankylosaur
• Dinosaur - Scene
• Dinosaur - Swamp Scene
• Dinosaur - Theropod
• Dinosaur - Triceratops
• Ocean - Jellyfish Starfish
• Ocean - Lighthouse & Birds
• Ocean - Sea Life
• Ocean - Seaside Lighthouse
• Ocean - Shark & Friends
• Ocean - Shells
• Ocean - Tidal Zone

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