US/Canada

Question Answer
What country is located directly south of the United States? Mexico
Which ocean borders the U.S. and Canada on the west? Pacific Ocean
Which ocean borders the U.S. and Canada on the east? Atlantic Ocean
How many states make up the United States? 50
What is the capital of the United States? Washington D.C.
Texas, Mississippi, Georgia, and the Gulf of Mexico are located in what region of the United States? South
Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and the Grand Canyon are located in what region of the United States? Western
Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, and the Great Lakes are located in which region of the United States? Midwest
Maine, New Jersey, New York, and Niagara Falls are located in which region of the United States? North Eastern
What formed most of the physical features and bodies of water in the United States and Canada? Glaciers
What is the largest mountain range in the eastern United States? Appalachian Mountains
What is the largest mountain range in the western United States? Rocky Mountains
What is the longest river in the United States? Missouri
What are two tributaries of the Mississippi River? Ohio River and the Missouri River
What are the names of the five Great Lakes? Lake Huron, Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, and Lake Superior
In which state is the Great Salt Lake located in? Utah
What city is considered the largest metropolitan area in the United States? New York
How many provinces and territories make up Canada? 13 provinces and 3 territories
What is the capital city of Canada? Ottawa
Canada has the longest ________ of any country in the world. Coastline
About ____ percent of Canada's people live in the cities. 81
What is the largest city in Canada? Toronto
What is Canada's smallest province? Prince Edward Island
What is the name of the most territory granted by the Canadian government for the Inuit people? Nunavut
What are the two main languages of Canada? English and French
How much of Canada is covered in forest? 50%
What is Canada's leading industry? Timber
Why did the pilgrims come to North America? To establish a tradition of religious freedom
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is an example of ______ between North American countries. Interdependence
The longest ______ border in the world is shared between the United States and Canada. Undefended
What is the smallest state in the United States in terms of area? Rhode Island

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