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Bodies of Water in the USA
US Geography for Kids
"Please take this quiz on some major bodies of water which are found in the United States. Good luck!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Lake Erie is one of the Great Lakes which separate the United States from Canada. Which one of these statements about Lake Erie is true?
Lake Erie is named after a U.S. president.
Lake Erie never gets cold weather.
The Rocky Mountains are located near Lake Erie.
The cities of Buffalo and Cleveland are located on Lake Erie's shores.
Washington is the capital city of the USA. Which body of water flows along the basin of this city?
This body of water is named after a British explorer and forms the western border of Manhattan Island in New York City. Can you name it?
Long Island Sound
This mighty body of water shares its name with a U.S. state. The American writer Mark Twain mentioned it in his famous story, "Tom Sawyer." Can you identify this body of water?
Which large body of water borders the United States to the west?
Chicago is one of the biggest cities in the USA. Which large body of water, with the same name as a state, lies near this city?
The Gulf of Mexico is a large body of water which forms the coastline of several southern U.S. states. Which one of these U.S. states, whose capital is Columbia, does NOT border the Gulf of Mexico?
Which "big" body of water forms a long border between the state of Texas and the country of Mexico?
Lake Mead, located in the states of Nevada and Arizona, is formed by the Hoover Dam. Which one of these statements about Lake Mead is true?
It is named after a U.S. president.
Water from this lake is salty.
It is the largest reservoir in the United States.
Water from this lake flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
This body of water is located in the state of Oregon and is about 2000 feet (600 meters) deep. It was formed by a collapsed volcano. Can you name it?
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