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Title: This is a review of everything learned in Chapter 6 about the different groups of ancient North America, Central America, and South America. Try to make your way through the jungle to the temple. Be careful on your journey. There are built in


1
This is a review of everything learned in Chapter
6 about the different groups of ancient North
America, Central America, and South America. Try
to make your way through the jungle to the
temple. Be careful on your journey. There are
built in obstacles meant to trip you up. When
you come to the obstacle ( ), touch it to
remove it. Click the START button on the left
to begin your game.
START
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3
The warming of the earths climate at the end of
the last Ice Age made North America extremely
dry. How did ancient people adapt to this
change? A. They learned how to grow beans,
squash, and corn. B. They turned from a diet
of fruits and vegetables to one of meat. C.
They cultivated grasses to help large game
animals survive. D. They developed new tools
for hunting ever-larger animals.
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. Large animals would have
died out because of lack of available grasses.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Growing enough grasses to
keep large animals alive would have been
difficult.
Sorry, D is incorrect. Not only were animals not
getting bigger, most large animals died out
because of not enough food.
C
D
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5
How did Copáns prosperity lead to its
collapse? A. The people became careless
with their wealth. B. The people could not
grow food for the growing population. C.
Copáns prosperity caused its enemies to become
jealous. D. The growing population tried to
build cities in the jungle.
Sorry, A is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
A
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
D
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7
Why have the Olmec people come to be called the
mother culture of all Mesoamerica? A. They
were a large ancient civilization. B. They
built a complex agricultural society. C. Many
later civilizations built on their
accomplishments. D. Their existence was
unknown to scholars until the early 1900s.
Sorry, A is incorrect. The area in which the
Olmec civilization developed is actually the
smallest of the civilizations that weve studied.
Sorry, B is incorrect. Though they did cultivate
corn, this wouldnt be the reason they are called
a mother culture.
A
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
B
Continue
Sorry, D is incorrect. This is true, but this
wouldnt be the reason they are called a mother
culture.
C
D
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9
How were the Inca typical of Mesoamerican
empires? A. Their religion was not a
significant part of their lives. B. They
had a single city-state. C. They did not
practice human sacrifice. D. Their society was
structured under a single ruler.
Sorry, A is incorrect. Human sacrifice was
common to help ensure good crops.
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. The Inca civilization was
a large network of city-states.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Human sacrifice was common
to help ensure good crops.
C
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
D
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11
When conquering another people, the Inca
would A. offer them citizenship. B.
destroy their settlements. C. enslave
them. D. sacrifice them
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
Sorry, B is incorrect. Though they had a strong
military, they used their army to keep down
trouble spots in neighboring areas.
A
Sorry, C is incorrect. The Incas may have
enslaved some captives however, this wasnt
their prime interest with captives.
B
Continue
Sorry, D is incorrect. The Incas may have
sacrificed some captives however, this wasnt
their prime interest with captives.
C
D
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13
Evidence from tombs has revealed that the
Hopewell people? A. used wheeled carts to
move loads of dirt to build the tombs. B. had
an extensive trading network. C. knew how to
make bronze tools. D. buried commoners as
well as nobles in the tombs.
Sorry, A is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
A
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
D
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15
What was the most important factor in the
development of the Mississippian culture? A.
building enormous cities B. being nearly
overtaken by a large empire C. tracking the
stars D. learning how to cultivate corn and
beans
Sorry, A is incorrect. Though they had enormous
cities (Cahokia, IL, was the largest community in
North America with 30,000 residents), large
cities would not have been the most important
factor in developing a culture.
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. Mississipian culture
lasted for nearly 600 years from 900 A.D. until
the 1500s A.D. when the Europeans arrived.
Sorry, C is incorrect. Though this was a part of
their religion, it would not have been the most
important factor in their development.
B
Continue
C
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
D
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17
Which of the following most helped the Anasazi to
continue flourishing in the desert? A.
building burial mounds B. cutting trees for
fuel C. trading turquoise for corn D.
hunting small game animals
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. The cutting of trees
actually helped to lead to their decline because
of the erosion of soil.
Sorry, A is incorrect. The Mound Builders (the
Hopewell and Mississippians lived in the eastern
United States. The Anasazi lived in the
Southwest.
B
Continue
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Though this may have
happened, it would have taken many small animals
to feed a growing population.
D
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19
What was an effect of the warming of the earths
climate? A. New tools had to be
developed. B. Grass became more dense and
greener. C. They cultivated grasses to help
large game animals survive. D. People began
to eat more meat.
Yes! You are correct. Click on the Continue
button to return to the maze.
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. Actually grasses began to
dry up and die out.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Growing enough grasses to
feed the large animals would have been nearly
impossible.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Most of the large game
animals died out because of a lack of grasses on
which to feed.
D
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21
What were the strongest features of the Incan
Empire? A. education, religion, and
irrigation B. military strength and an
excellent road system C. trading,
communication, and writing systems D.
worshipping gods and knowledge of astronomy
Sorry, A is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
A
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
D
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What problems did the Anasazi face? A.
growing population, little food, and a harsh
climate B. not enough to trade, poverty, and
disease C. lack of a good road system and a
failing government D. fighting among the
different classes of people
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
D
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25
Which term is another word for corn? A.
crops B. mesa C. maize D. arroz
Sorry, A is incorrect. Crops are a general term
for cultivated plants. Though corn is a crop,
the term crops includes any plant which has some
benefit to a society, like beans and squash, or
even chocolate and tobacco.
A
Sorry, B is incorrect. A mesa is a steep hill
with a flat, table-like top.
B
Continue
Yes! You are correct. Click the Continue button
to return to the maze.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Arroz is actually a
Spanish term for rice.
D
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27
What was the leading crop cultivated by ancient
Americans? A. beans B. corn C.
rice D. squash
Sorry, A is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
Yes! You are correct. In this chapter, it was
also identified as maize. Click the Continue
button to return to the maze.
A
B
Continue
Sorry, C is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
C
Sorry, D is incorrect. Re-read the question and
try again.
D
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29
Try again?
30
Where on the map did the Mound Builders live?
(Click on the area that answers the
question.)
Yes! You are correct. The Mound Builders lived
in the eastern United States.
Sorry, this is where the Anasazi lived. Try
again.
Sorry, this is where the Maya lived. Try again.
Continue
Sorry, this is where the Inca lived. Try again.
Sorry, this is where the Aztec lived. Try again.
31
Congratulations! Youve made it to Chichen
Itza, an ancient Mayan temple located in
present-day Mexico.
Play again?
No, thank you.
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