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Map Match
Speed Match Review Game

This game has been played 403 times
The best time ever was Kwon at 60 seconds.
The best time today is at seconds.
How To Play:
Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
Good luck!

Let's Play Speed Match!

flow map
lines of longitude
North Pole
equator
map title
map key or legend
graduated symbol map
weather
precipitation
cloropleth map
climate
isoline map
cardinal directions
grid system
intermediate directions
map scales
thematic map
South Pole
prime meridian
dot density map
Lines of latitude
compass rose
a thematic map where lines are drawn to link different places that share a common theme and filled in with color to show contrasts of the theme
any form of water that falls from the sky to the ground including rain, snow, sleet, or hail
northwest, northeast, southwest, and southeast
a thematic map that uses a symbol in different sizes to show amounts
a coordinate plane system on a map that uses vertical lines called longitude and horizontal lines called latitude, to pinpoint locations on Earth
a thematic map where dots are used to show how concentrated an area is in regard to the theme
the basic directions of north, south, east and west
the symbol on the map that shows you cardinal directions and intermediate directions
an imaginary line of latitude around the earth that is located at 90 degrees north
map scales show the ratio to which the map was scaled down in size
imaginary vertical lines that measure east-west position between the North and South Poles
an imaginary vertical line of longitude that is assigned the value of 0 degrees and runs through Greenwich, England
an imaginary line of latitude around the earth that is located at 90 degrees south
imaginary horizontal lines around the earth that measure north-south position between the North and South Poles
a map that focuses on one main idea or theme and uses colors or pictures to show how different places relate to each other in regards to that theme
a thematic map in which areas are colored or shaded to represent similarities and differences in the theme
the average weather in a place over many years
the part of the map that explains what the symbols an colors of the map represent
the temperature, cloudiness, humidity, and storms that occur over a few days time
the largest or first words on the map that tell the theme of the map or what the map is about
an imaginary line around the earth that is located at 0 degrees latitude
a thematic map that shows the movement of goods, people, and ideas between places by drawing lines connecting those places

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DescriptionMatch:
a map that focuses on one main idea or theme and uses colors or pictures to show how different places relate to each other in regards to that themethematic map
a thematic map in which areas are colored or shaded to represent similarities and differences in the theme cloropleth map
a thematic map where lines are drawn to link different places that share a common theme and filled in with color to show contrasts of the themeisoline map
any form of water that falls from the sky to the ground including rain, snow, sleet, or hailprecipitation
the temperature, cloudiness, humidity, and storms that occur over a few days time weather
the average weather in a place over many yearsclimate
a thematic map where dots are used to show how concentrated an area is in regard to the themedot density map
a thematic map that uses a symbol in different sizes to show amountsgraduated symbol map
a thematic map that shows the movement of goods, people, and ideas between places by drawing lines connecting those placesflow map
the largest or first words on the map that tell the theme of the map or what the map is aboutmap title
the symbol on the map that shows you cardinal directions and intermediate directionscompass rose
the basic directions of north, south, east and westcardinal directions
northwest, northeast, southwest, and southeastintermediate directions
the part of the map that explains what the symbols an colors of the map representmap key or legend
map scales show the ratio to which the map was scaled down in sizemap scales
a coordinate plane system on a map that uses vertical lines called longitude and horizontal lines called latitude, to pinpoint locations on Earthgrid system
imaginary horizontal lines around the earth that measure north-south position between the North and South PolesLines of latitude
an imaginary line around the earth that is located at 0 degrees latitudeequator
an imaginary line of latitude around the earth that is located at 90 degrees northNorth Pole
an imaginary line of latitude around the earth that is located at 90 degrees southSouth Pole
imaginary vertical lines that measure east-west position between the North and South Poles lines of longitude
an imaginary vertical line of longitude that is assigned the value of 0 degrees and runs through Greenwich, Englandprime meridian