The Midwestern United States is that area...well, it's pretty self-explanatory, don't you think? Its official name is the North Central Region, but that's just boring. This area makes up 12 of the 50 states in the country and includes Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Indiana, South Dakota, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, North Dakota, Michigan, and Ohio. But these states are easily identifiable on their own. For instance, you would know exactly which states we were talking about if we were to show you Mount Rushmore, Chimney Rocky, Cave of the Mounds and Gateway Arch. Right? But it's not so easy to name the cities that make up these states.
So, because we love challenging you, we're going to ask that you do exactly that. We want to see if you can name these midwestern cities if we show you pictures of them. Of course, it won't be easy, so we're going to put some hints that you can use if you get stuck. And by the end, we'll know just how much midwest geography you really know. Ready to get started?