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Regions of the United States

Explore five regions of the United States
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Paula Gentry

on 8 December 2012

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Transcript of Regions of the United States

Common Core Standard: G.1.6.6: Analyze a map of the fifty states and identify regions (e.g., Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, West) The Regions of the United States The United States - Location, Size, and Regions
Did you notice in the video that the country was divided into seven regions? Geographers divide the land into different regions. Some use the five regions we will study, but some use many more. For our lesson, you will need to know these five regions: Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, and West. The Northeast Region

Waterways:
Atlantic Ocean
Niagara Falls
Hudson
Ohio River
Chesapeake Bay
Great Lakes

Terrain:
Appalachian Mountains
Farmland at the Ohio River Valley
The Midwest

Waterways:
Great Lakes
Ohio River

Terrain:
Foothills of the Appalachian Mountains
Plains The West

Waterways:
Pacific Ocean

Terrain:
Rocky Mountains
Mount St. Helens Volcano
Great Plains
Ozark Plateau
Mohave Desert The Southeast

Waterways:
Atlantic Ocean
Gulf of Mexico
Mississippi River
Arkansas River
Various Lakes and Rivers

Terrain:
Appalachian Mountains
Ozark Mountains The Southwest

Waterways:
Gulf of Mexico

Terrain:
Mountains
Canyons
Desert
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