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The Five Regions
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  • 1. Geographic Perspective: Standard 4.1: Identify regions in their immediate environment and describe their characteristics and boundaries.
  • 2.  Northeast  Southeast  Midwest  Southwest  West
  • 3.  Connecticut  Maine  Massachusetts  New Hampshire  Rhode Island  Vermont  Delaware  Maryland  New Jersey  New York  Pennsylvania
  • 4.  The climate is different all over the northeast. Temperatures can be really warm in the summer and really cold in the winter  In parts of New York they receive over 100 inches of snow during the winter  In parts of New Jersey they get very little snowfall
  • 5. Squanto John Quincy Adams
  • 6. Major Landform in the Northeast Back to the top
  • 7. Alabama  Arkansas  Florida  Georgia  Kentucky  Louisiana  Mississippi  North Carolina  South Carolina  Tennessee  Virginia  West Virginia 
  • 8.  The climate is hot and rainy especially in Southern Florida  Louisiana has the warmest temperatures during the summer  Kentucky has the coldest temperatures during the winter
  • 9. Martin Luther King Jr. James Madison
  • 10. The Smoky Mountains Blue Ridge Mountains Back to the top
  • 11. Illinois  Indiana  Iowa  Kansas  Michigan  Minnesota  Missouri  Nebraska  North Dakota  Ohio  South Dakota  Wisconsin 
  • 12.  The climate in the Midwest is fairly cold and dry during the winter months  It is very warm in the summer and there are many thunderstorms in the month of July  The further north you go in the Midwest, the colder the temperature tends to be.
  • 13. Neil Armstrong Walt Disney
  • 14. Mt. Rushmore The Bad Lands Back to the top
  • 15.  Arizona  New Mexico  Oklahoma  Texas
  • 16.  The climate is very warm in the summer  The hottest temperatures occur in Southwest Arizona  The coldest temperatures occur in New Mexico  The Southwest gets very little rain  Most rainfall occurs in Oklahoma
  • 17. Dwight Eisenhower David Crockett
  • 18. Back to top Gila Wilderness
  • 19.  California  Idaho  Montana  Nevada  Utah  Wyoming  Alaska  Hawaii  Oregon  Washington  Colorado
  • 20.  The west tends to have a lot of rainfall especially in Northern California and Washington State  The hottest temperatures occur in California and Hawaii  The coldest temperatures occur in Alaska
  • 21. Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Chief Geronimo
  • 22. The Rocky Mountains The Great Basin Back to top

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