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  • 1. Michigan’s Cities
    By; Kelsey Goulding
    Fall 2011
  • 2. Marquette
    Marquette Michigan is on the southern shore of Lake Michigan in the Upper Peninsula
    Marquette is home to Northern Michigan University
    Marquette is home to the beautiful Marquette light house and Presque Isle Point Rock
  • 3. Presque Isle Point Rock
    Marquette Michigan
  • 4. Sault Sainte Marie
    Sault Sainte Marie is famous for the Soo Locks they are one of the largest waterway traffic systems in the United States
    Lake Huron, Michigan, and Superior all empty into Salute Sainte Marie
    The Soo offers something for everyone, from shopping to endless outdoor activities
  • 5. Salute Sainte MarieSoo Locks
  • 6. Mackinaw Island
    Mackinaw Island is the one place in Michigan that is not operated by auto mobile. Tourists either walk, use horse and buggy or bike
    Mackinaw Island is home to many sailboat races throughout the summer
    It is also famous for the Grand Hotel
    The Mackinaw Bridge connects Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsula’s
  • 7. Mackinaw Island Michigan
  • 8. Traverse City Michigan
    Traverse City is home to the Cherry Festival. The Cherry Festival is held every summer, Traverse City produces larges amounts of the United States Cherries
    Traverse City has two peninsulas off of it Old Mission and the Leelanau Peninsula
    Traverse City has 180 miles of beaches
    Each season can offer something different in Traverse City from shopping, skiing, and golfing
  • 9. Traverse City
    Downtown Shopping
  • 10. Grand Rapids Michigan
    Grand Rapids is a larger city on the West side of Michigan, it’s a big city with a small town atmosphere
    Every fall Grand Rapids is the home to Art Prize, more than 250,000 artists and spectators visit Art Prize
    Grand Rapids is only a few minutes away from Lake Michigan
  • 11. Fredrick Meijer Gardens
    Grand Rapids Michigan
  • 12. Lansing Michigan
    Lansing is the state capital of Michigan
    It is directly in the center of our lower peninsula
    Our state capital building is located in Lansing
    Lansing is home to Michigan State University !! SPARTY ON
  • 13. Michigan State University
  • 14. Detroit Michigan
    Detroit Michigan, is the largest city located in Michigan
    Detroit was once the automotive capital of the world
    There are plenty of attractions in Detroit from shopping, visiting Greek Town, or even catching a Wings game
  • 15. Detroit Michigan
    The international river front
  • 16. Lexington Michigan
    Lexington is a harbor village on the shores of Lake Huron
    Lexington is only an hour away from Detroit and is located in the thumb of Michigan
    It has a small town atmosphere with plenty to do
    Beaching, golfing, and shopping attract people to this quaint town
  • 17. The Harbor in Lexington MI
  • 18. Lesson Plans
    Go over this power point as an introduction to Michigan History.
    Let students get the feel of the many different places that form this great state.
    Have students make a list of their favorite places to visit in Michigan.
    Give students a map of Michigan… let them brainstorm and find a city they may be interested in.
  • 19. Lesson Plans Continued
    Finally have students pick a city.
    Once they have found a city they are interested in, have them do research on that particular city .
    Have students make a poster or power point of the city they choose .
    Once finished the students will present their city to the class.
    Good for grades 3-6
  • 20. Work Cited Slide
    "Select a Michigan City or Region." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. http://www.michigan.org/Places-to-Go/Locations/State/Default.aspx
    . City of Marquette - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. <http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G3695>.
    City of Sault Sainte Marie - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. <http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G352
    "City of Mackinac Island - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G3265.
    "City of Traverse City - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. <http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G3602>.
    "City of Grand Rapids - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G3095
    "City of Lansing - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. <http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G3233>.
    . "City of Detroit - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. <http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G2974>.
    "City of Lexington - Pure Michigan Travel." Home - Pure Michigan Travel. Web. 09 Oct. 2011. <http://www.michigan.org/City/Default.aspx?city=G3245>.
  • 21. Work Cited Continued
    Pictures from slides 3,5,7,9,11,13,15 and 17 were taken from
    http://www.michigan.org/