Geography Challenge

Week 31

Discover fun facts with three levels of geography questions.

Level 1 (Grades 3-5)


The Indianapolis 500 is the most famous long-distance automobile race in the U.S. state Indiana.

How many miles do the race cars have to travel in this race?

Level 2 (Grades 5-7)


Chile is 2,650 miles (4,265 kilometers) long and 265 miles (427 kilometers) wide at its widest point.

What three countries border Chile to the north and east?

Level 3 (Grades 6 and up)


Massachusetts is 7,838 square miles of land, making it the sixth smallest state in the United States.

What are the the five U.S. states smaller than Massachusetts?
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Geography Challenge Answers

Week 31

Level 1


Race cars travel a total of 500 miles (804.5 kilometers) in the Indianapolis 500.

Level 2


Peru borders Chile on the north, and Bolivia and Argentina border Chile on the east.

Level 3


The five states smaller in size than Massachusetts are New Jersey, Hawaii, Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island (listed in descending order of size).
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