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CA Fact-a-thon

CA Fact-a-thon Study Guide cards

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Name the four regions of California. mountain, valley, coast, desert
What region do most Californians live in? coast
Name three major cities in the coastal region. San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles
What is the name of the ocean that borders California on the west? Pacific Ocean
What three states border California? Nevada, Arizona, Oregon
What country borders California? Mexico
What is the highest point in California (mountain)? Mt. Whitney
What is the lowest point in California (desert)? Death Valley
Why is the Central Valley so important to California? agriculture
What are the two valleys that make up the Central Valley? Sacramento Valley, San Joaquin Valley
What sea is located in California? Salton Sea
How many counties are in California? 58
When did California become a state? 1850
What is the capital of California? Sacramento
Who is the governor of California? Gavin Newsom
What two important rivers flow through the Central Valley? Sacramento River, San Joaquin River
What is the state rock? Serpentine
What is the state fish? Golden Trout
What is the state insect? Dog-faced Butterfly
What is the state fossil? Saber-toothed Cat
What is the state nickname? Golden State
What is the state bird? Valley Quail
What is the state reptile? Desert Tortoise
What is the state marine mammal? Gray Whale
What is the state mineral? gold
What is the state motto? Eureka!
What does the motto mean? I've found it!
What is the state tree? California Redwood
What is the state song? "I Love You, California!"
What is the state dance? square dance
What are the state colors? blue / gold
What planet do we live on? Earth
What continent do we live on? North America
What country do we live in? The United States of America
What state do we live in? California
What county do we live in? Stanislaus County
What city do we live in? Turlock
What is the largest river in California that empties into the San Francisco Bay? Sacramento River
What is the border between California and Arizona? Colorado River
What is the main farm produce in our area? almonds
What are some land formations in California formed by erosion? mountains, valleys, canyons, coastal areas
What is the name of a large lake or reservoir in our area? Turlock Reservoir
What aqueduct brings water to Los Angeles? Owens Valley Aqueduct
What cities, besides Sacramento, used to be the capitals of California? Monterey, San Jose, Vallejo, Benicia
Approximately how many miles does the coast of California stretch? 840 miles
What is the closest bay to our school? San Francisco Bay
What is the name of a canyon in California that is also a National Park? Kings Canyon National Park
What is the largest city in the state? Los Angeles
What is the name of the largest earthquake fault in California? The San Andreas Fault
What is the name of a famous valley in a California national park that was formed by a glacier? Yosemite Valley
What is the largest desert in California? Mojave Desert
What is the modern highway that runs along parts of the original El Camino Real? Highway 101
What is the name of an early Spanish or Mexican rancho near our school? San Pedro
What are the names of the cities in California that were started as presidios? Monterey, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, San Diego
What is the name of a large plateau in the northeastern part of California? Modoc Plateau
What is the name of an early Spanish pueblo in California? San Jose, Los Angeles, Branciforte
In what mountain range is the Mother Lode located? Sierra Nevada Mountains
What is the name of the nearest mission to our school? San Juan Bautista
What is the main source of irrigation for the Central Valley in California? The Central Valley Project
What is the name of a large city in California that is built on a peninsula? San Francisco
What is the name of the group of islands off the coast of California? Channel Islands
Who was the missionary who started the first nine California missions? Father Junipero Serra
Name two volcanoes located in California. Mt. Shasta, Lassen Peak
Name the largest tree in the world, which is also in California. General Sherman
What is the state flower? California Poppy
What does the grizzly bear represent on the California flag? great strength
What man and National park are on the California state quarter? John Muir / Yosemite National Park
What is the full name of our elementary school? Sandra Tovar Medeiros Elementary
What is California's state sport? surfing
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