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Famous Landforms for Elementary School Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Clarice Cliff was a famous artist. What was she most famous for?

Question 2 2. When Clarice Cliff first started working at the pottery factory, she was an apprentice. How many years did she have to work as an apprentice before she could be paid the full amount for each piece she decorated?

Question 3 3. One reason that Clarice Cliff's pottery became so popular is that it was in the new Art Deco style. Which of these best describes the Art Deco style?

Question 4 4. When she was about 13, Clarice Cliff left school to go to work. Why did she decide to work in a pottery factory?

Question 5 5. What kind of rock is Antelope Canyon made from?

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Question 6 6. What are light beams in Antelope Canyon?

Question 7 7. On which Native American land is Antelope Canyon located?

Question 8 8. What is the name of the most expensive photograph ever sold that was taken in Antelope Canyon?

Question 9 9. What is the name of the plateau that has been weathering away and eroding for millions of years in Bryce Canyon?

Question 10 10. Why should people stay on the trails when visiting Bryce Canyon?

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Question 11 11. How did frost wedging help create hoodoos in Bryce Canyon?

Question 12 12. Why does mudstone erode quicker than limestone in Bryce Canyon?

Question 13 13. A delta is a geographic area characterized by what?

Question 14 14. What does the Kalahari Desert's name mean?

Question 15 15. Big animals like wildebeests have to travel large distances to find food and water, a movement known as what?

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Question 16 16. Why is the Okavango Delta only flooded from March to July each year?

Question 17 17. The Nile River transports large quantities of rich dirt and earth, also known as _____.

Question 18 18. The Nile Delta branches out before it reaches what body of water?

Question 19 19. In addition to food and water, the Nile Delta helped ancient Egyptians become rich through what?

Question 20 20. What is NOT one of the effects of humans living in the Nile Delta?

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Question 21 21. What is the name of the mixture of sand, clay, and rock that gets carried by a river?

Question 22 22. Where is a river delta located?

Question 23 23. What body of water houses the Mississippi River Delta?

Question 24 24. What is the fertile area of soil in the Mississippi River Delta mainly used for?

Question 25 25. The word ''delta,'' comes from the Greek letter ''delta.'' Deltas, like the Sacramento Delta, are shaped like a _____.

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Question 26 26. The Sacramento Delta is an unusual kind of delta. It's narrower near the coast and wider away from the coast. This type of delta is called a(n) _____.

Question 27 27. An estuary is a place where saltwater and freshwater mix. In the estuary of the Sacramento Delta, one small endangered fish is closely watched by scientists. What fish is this?

Question 28 28. The Sacramento Delta is formed where the Sacramento Delta and the _____ River flow into the Pacific Ocean.

Question 29 29. What was the name of Clarice Cliff's most famous pottery pattern that sold millions of pieces?

Question 30 30. How was Antelope Canyon, which is a slot canyon, formed?

Famous Landforms for Elementary School Chapter Exam Instructions

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