North America Test Review Question Preview (ID: 60730)

Review. TEACHERS: click here for quick copy question ID numbers.

Which mountain range is part of the Western Cordillera?
a) Appalachian Mountains
b) Blue Ridge Mountains
c) Green Mountains
d) Rocky Mountains

Which of the following is NOT a region in the U.S.?
a) northeast
b) southwest
c) northwest
d) southeast

How many states are in the U.S.?
a) 50
b) 67
c) 13
d) 23

What major North American physical feature do we live in?
a) Great Basin
b) Atlantic Coastal Plain
c) Great Plains
d) Cascade Mountains

What large physical feature is made up of flattened rock and surround the Hudson Bay?
a) Canadian Shield
b) Great Plains
c) Innuitian Mountains
d) Great Lakes Lowlands

90% of Canadians live -
a) in the Northwest Territories
b) within 100 miles of the Innuitian Mountains
c) on the Alaska border
d) within 100 miles of the U.S. border

Canadians live along the southern border of Canada because of the -
a) religion
b) Great Plains
c) climate
d) Canadian Shield

Where can most natural resources be found in Canada?
a) north
b) south
c) west
d) east

What type of government does Canada have?
a) constitutional monarchy
b) democracy
c) dictatorship
d) theocracy

Other than English, what is the other official language in Canada?
a) Spanish
b) Dutch
c) French
d) Portuguese

What is one example of a physical border between the U.S. and Canada?
a) Great Lakes
b) Great Basin
c) Alaskan Mountains
d) Mississippi River

Which European country colonized the Quebec region?
a) Spain
b) Netherlands
c) Britain
d) France

An area that has similar characteristics is a:
a) group
b) region
c) location
d) culture

North America is between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. This is an example of:
a) location
b) movement
c) region
d) HEI

Canada is made up of three landforms types: Highlands, Lowlands and the ______________.
a) Niagara Falls
b) Canadian Shield
c) Western Cordillera
d) Sierra Nevada Mountains

America has states, but Canada has territories and:
a) counties
b) empires
c) provinces
d) oceans

Which of the following is NOT one of the Great Lakes?
a) Oregon
b) Superior
c) Huron
d) Erie

Historical events help us understand settlement patterns which is an example of:
a) place
b) movement
c) HEI
d) region

TRUE or FALSE - The United States and Canada both have a president as the leader in government.
a) false
b) true

TRUE or FALSE - The United States and Canada both have a wide variety of climates.
a) true
b) false

Play Games with the Questions above at
To play games using the questions from above, visit and enter game ID number: 60730 in the upper right hand corner or click here.

Log In
| Sign Up / Register