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An introductry powerpoint to get students excited about North Carolina geography and North Carolina history.

An introductry powerpoint to get students excited about North Carolina geography and North Carolina history.

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North Carolina Facts North Carolina Facts Presentation Transcript

  • North Carolina Let’s Explore Our State!
  • Fair Use
    • This project was created using the fair use guidelines.
  • North Carolina Facts
    • State Capital – Raleigh
    • Largest City – Charlotte
    • Number of Counties – 100
    • Highest Point – Mt. Mitchell
    • State Nickname – The Tarheel State
  • North Carolina State Flag
  • The Official State Symbols
    • State Bird – Cardinal
    • State Mammal – Gray Squirrel
    • State Shell – Scotch Bonnet
    • State Reptile – Eastern Box Turtle
    • State Fish – Channel Bass
    • State Vegetable – Sweet Potato
    • State Tree – Longleaf Pine
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  • Activity
    • North Carolina Scavenger Hunter!
    • Work alone, read the websites and answer the questions!
    • Write down one additional fact about North Carolina that you learned while searching for the answers.
  • Bibliography
    • http://www.fieldherpforum.com/PictureOfTheWeek/ScottMcWilliamsEasternBoxTurtle800600.jpg
    • http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/northcarolina/
    • http://www.fly-fishing-discounters.com/images/redfish-1.jpg
    • http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/NC/SYMBOLS/images/scotchbonnet.jpg
    • http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/trees/images/southern_longleaf_pine2.jpg