Type
Crossword
Description

sheets of ice glaciers
inland grassy area with very fertile soil prairie
group of culturally similar indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic regions of Canada inuits
a principal administrative division of certain countries or empires Provinces
a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen. Tundra
Is known for fertile farmland Canada
cheap, low-quality, absorbent printing paper made from coarse wood pulp and used chiefly for newspapers. Newsprint
Bustling trade center and Canada's main Pacific port Vancouver
the head of an elected government; the principal minister of a sovereign or state. Prime minister
Sports fans came to watch; Baseball
Style? British Style
Who has Canada opened its doors to a great many ? immigrants
What Canadians wore during winter? Fur
who did they fight with in the 1900's british

Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Canada has 10 of these, but they are not states. Provinces
What is the horseshoe-shaped region in Canada? Canadian Shield
What are vast rolling, treeless plains in which only the top few inches of ground thaw in summer? Tundra
What are giant sheets of ice that covered most of Canada? Glaciers
A rolling, inland grassy area with fertile soil is a Prairie
What is a group of mountain ranges that run side by side? Cordillera
What is Canada's largest city? Toronto
What is the type of paper used for printing newspapers? Newsprint
Canada is a _______ country, which means that it has different languages. Bilingual
What are landforms shared by Canada and the United States? Rocky Mountains

Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Canada's largest city Toronto
Vast rolling, treeless plains Tundra
Canada has ______ instead of states Provinces
Rolling, inland grassy area with fertile soil Prairie
Almost one-fourth of Canadians live in _____ Quebec
Canada is a _______ country Bilingual
Bustling trade center and Canada's main main Pacific Port Vancouver
A group of mountain ranges that run side by side Cordillera
Grizzly bears roam ______ western regions Canadas
Number of Canada's provinces Ten

Haleys canada crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

giant sheets of ice glaciers
vast rolling treeless plains tundra
a rolling inland grassy area with fertile soil prairie
group of mountain ranges that run side by side cordillera
type of paper used for printing newspapers newsprint
regional political divisions provinces
representative then choose an official called the prime minister
country with two official languages bilingual
the right to govern themselves autonomy
bustling trade center and Canada's main pacific port vancouver

Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mountains that extend north from the United States into western Canada Rocky Moutains
Falls created by the waters of the Niagara River Niagara Falls
An important international waterway that links the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean St Lawrence River
Region of rocky uplands, lakes and swamps. Covers about 1.8 million square miles of Canada Canadian Shield
This area lines the Atlantic coast of Canada. Includes the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Some of these provinces are islands in the Atlantic Ocean Atlantic Region
The area that stretches north of the Great Lakes. It includes the large provinces of Ontario and Quebec Core Region
Covers Canada's central plains. Includes the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Prairie Region
The region on Canada's Pacific coast that is made up of the province of British Columbia Pacific Region
This area lies north and reaches far into the Arctic Ocean. It includes Canada's three territories which include Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Northern Region
A natural resource found in the Atlantic region that has created a major economic activity. Coal
A physical feature that covers most of the Northern Region. Tundra
The core region has become a large producer of this natural resource hydroelectric power

Canada Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Canada doesn't have states it has provinces
Giant sheets of ice. glaciers
Treeless plains in which only the top few inches of ground thaw in summer. tundra
Inland grassy area with fertile soil. prairie
A group of mountain ranges that run side by side. cordillera
A type of paper used for printing newspaper. newsprint
The first Europeans in Canada were Viking explorers
Ruled the area around the St.Lawrence River and the Great Lakes. France
Representatives then choose an official called prime minister
Canadians enjoy a variety of activities, especially outdoor sports
The right to govern themselves autonomy

Crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

sheet of ice glacier
vast rolling treeless plains tundra
regional political divisions province
a rolling inland grassy area prairie
a group of mountain ranges cordillera
the type of paper used for printing newspaper newsprint
a very popular sport in Canada ice hockey
an inuit word that means ''our land" Nunavut
The city of _____ founded by the french in 1608 Quebec
The kind of leaf on Canada's flag maple leaf

Ecology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

resulting from living things biotic
a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen tundra
to be none living abiotic
the branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings ecology
the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance or thing that has harmful or poisonous effects: pollution
a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth's atmosphere global warming
The first trophic level in a food chain in which it serves as a food source for consumers or for higher trophic levels producers
the sometimes swampy coniferous forest of high northern latitudes taiga
a group of interdependent organisms of different species growing or living together in a specified habitat community
A factor present in an environment that controls a process, particularly the growth, abundance or distribution of a population of organisms in an ecosystem limiting factor
rainfall made sufficiently acidic by atmospheric pollution that it causes environmental harm, typically to forests and lakes acid rain
An organism that generally obtains food by feeding on other organisms or organic matter due to lack of the ability to manufacture own food from inorganic sources consumers
a grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions, with few trees savanna
the regions of the surface, atmosphere, and hydrosphere of the earth (or analogous parts of other planets) occupied by living organisms. biosphere
the trapping of the sun's warmth in a planet's lower atmosphere due to the greater transparency of the atmosphere to visible radiation from the sun than to infrared radiation emitted from the planet's surface. greenhouse effect
vegetation consisting chiefly of tangled shrubs and thorny bushes chaparral
an organism, especially a soil bacterium, fungus, or invertebrate, that decomposes organic material decomposers
a resource that can be renewed as quickly as it is used up renewable resource
A type of natural resource that cannot be replenished or takes time for nature to produce or replenish in order to sustain the rate of consumption. nonrenewable resource
An ecological succession that occurs following an opening of uninhabited, barren habitat or that occurs on an environment that is devoid of vegetation and usually lacking topsoil primary succession

Canadian Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Canada's largest city Toronto
Instead of states Canada has these Provinces
Canada is what type of country? Bilingual
Canada is located north of what country? United States
Canada's main Pacific port Vancouver
Canada is the what largest country? Second
What is the Canadian Shield wrapped around? Hudson Bay
Vast rolling, treeless plains Tundra
Giant sheets of ice Glaciers
Grassy area with fertile soil Prairie

CANADIAN CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

WHAT'S CANADA'S MAIN SPORT? HOCKEY
WHERE IN CANADA WAS DEADPOOL FILMED? VANCOUVER
WHAT'S CANADA'S MAIN ANIMAL? MOOSE
WHAT DO CANADIANS WEAR ON REMEMBRANCE DAY? POPPY
WHAT'S A FAMOUS TREAT MADE BY CADBURY? CRISPYCRUNCH
WHATS THE MAIN SYMBOL? CROWN
WHAT CANADIAN INVENTED THE TELEPHONE? ALEXANDER
WHATS A FAMOUS CANADIAN FASTFOOD BREAKFAST PLACE? TIM HORTONS
WHATS THE SECOND PLAYED SPORT IN CANADA? FOOTBALL
WHATS THE SMALLEST ISLAND IN CANADA? PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
WHERE WAS THE PHRASE "TRICK OR TREAT'' MADE? ALBERTA
WHAT'S ON THE CANADA FLAG? MAPLELEAF
WHAT'S THE MOST POPULAR CITY IN WINNIPEG? MANITOBA
WHATS THE MOST POPULAR PRAIRIE PROVINCE? ALBERTA
WHO WRITES BACK DURING CHRISTMAS IN CANADA? SANTA
WHAT PROVINCE TAKES UP MORE THAN ONE-THIRD OF CANADIANS? ONTARIO
WHERE IS MOST OF OUR GOODS FROM? BRITISH COLUMBIA
WHAT'S THE CAPITAL OF NUNAVUT? IQALUIT
WHATS THE POPULATION IN CANADA? 34MILLION
WHATS THE CAPITAL OF CANADA? OTTAWA
WHO'S CANADIAN'S TRADING PARTNER AMERICA
WHAT DOES CANDA HAVE MOST OF THAN OTHER COUNTIRES COMBINED? LAKES
WHAT'S OUR NATIONAL ANTHEM CALLED? O'CANADA
WHEN WAS HOCKEY DEVELOPED? 1800
CANDA HAS THE LARGEST (WHAT) IN THE WORLD? COASTLINE
WHAT DO CANADIANS OWN IN AMERICA? AMALL
WHO WERE THE FIRST ON CANADA? ABORIGINALS
ANERICANS HAVE LOST TWO OF A (WHAT) IN CANADA? INVASIONS
WHATS THE MAIN FOOD OF CANADA? MAPLE SYRUP
WHEN WAS THE CANADIAN FLAG RAISED FOR THE FIRST TIME 1965

Chapter 9 vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Parallel chains or ranges of mountains Cordillera
Spanish for "highplain," a region in Peru and Bolivia encircled by the Andes Altiplano
A steep cliff or slope between a higher and lower land surface Escarpment
Fertile grasslands found in inland areas of Columbia and Venezuela Llanos
Grassy, treeless plains of southern South America Pampas
Knotted cords of various lengths and colors used by the Inca to keep financial records Quipu
The loss of highly educated and skilled workers to other countries Brain Drain
Condition in which some places do not benefit as much as others from social and economic advancement Uneven Development
A thick, weathered soil of the humid tropics that is largely depleted of fertility and nutrients Oxisol
The cultivation or growth of a single crop over a wide area for a consecutive number of years Monoculture