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Grade 4 Social Sciences
A desert is a                                      
  1. dry region that gets very little rain
  2. low land that lies along an ocean
  3. flat stretch of land
Grade 7 Australian Geography
Australia's three largest deserts are :
  1. Sturt Desert, Stoney Desert, Great sandy desert
  2. Simson desert, Great Sandy desert, Central Desert
  3. Great Sandy desert, Great Victorian desert, Gibson desert
  4. Styrezlecki desert, simpson desert, Great Victorian desert
Grade 5 Biomes
The world's largest hot desert is the
  1. Kalahari Desert.
  2. Sonoran Desert.
  3. Sahara Desert.
  4. Gobi Desert.
Grade 6 Golden Age
Grade 7 North American Geography
Grade 9 Biomes
Which desert is an example of a rain shadow desert?
  1. Great Australian
  2. Atacama
  3. Sahara
  4. Gobi
Grade 12 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.7, W.11-12.7
Which topic is the narrowest?
  1. Life in the Desert
  2. Exploring the Mojave Desert
  3. Climate Change in the Sahara Desert
  4. The World's Deserts
Grade 3 Biomes
What is a desert?
  1. A very wet ecosystem
  2. A very dry ecosystem
  3. A cold and wet ecosystem
  4. A hot and dry ecosystem
Grade 6 Geography
What is a desert?
  1. A place that is very hot
  2. A place that is very dry
  3. A place that is very sandy
  4. A place that is very cold
Grade 9 African Geography
Africa has two major deserts. They are the ...
  1. Kalahari and Mojave Desert
  2. Sahara and Kalahari Desert
  3. Sahara and Arabian Desert
  4. Arabian and Kalahari Desert
Grade 6 Golden Age
Grade 12 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.7, W.11-12.7
Which topic is the broadest?
  1. Life in the Desert
  2. Exploring the Mojave Desert
  3. Climate Change in the Sahara Desert
  4. The World's Deserts
Grade 7 African Geography
The Sahara Desert is:
  1. in Northern Africa.
  2. in Southern Africa.
  3. in Eastern Africa
  4. in Western Africa
Grade 5 Pre-Colonial Period
The dry, desert environment--
  1. was home to the Eastern Woodlands Indians.
  2. required the Southwest Indians to adapt their entire way of life to it, planting crops such as corn and storing the surplus.
  3. resulted in the need for extensive trading networks, which used a language developed by the Chinooks.
  4. led archaeologists to develop the land bridge theory of migration.
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