North America: Lakes - Geography games

North America: Lakes - Map Quiz Game

Great Bear Lake, Great Salt Lake, Great Slave Lake, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Nipigon, Lake of the Woods, Lake Okeechobee, Lake Ontario, Lake Superior, Lake Winnipeg. (12)  Create custom quiz

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The Great Lakes were created by the movement of glaciers (large sheets of ice) over land, around 10,000 years ago. Their names (Erie, Huron, Michigan, Superior, and Ontario) are taken from French and Indian words – these groups were prominent in early American history. The Great Salt Lake, in the state of Utah, is the largest saltwater lake in the western hemisphere and is not connected to any rivers. The Great Slave Lake, in Canada, is one of the ten largest in the world, and the deepest in North America.

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North America: Lakes - Map Quiz Game

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