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The 5 Regions of the United States

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Transcript of The 5 Regions of the United States

Southeast
Arkansas
Louisiana
Mississippi
Alabama
Georgia
South Carolina
Florida
North Carolina
Virginia
The 5 Regions of the United States
Climate
Natural Resources
Landmarks
Vegetation
Northeast
List the states in this region.
Climate
Natural Resources
Landmarks
Vegetation
Southwest
List the states in this region.
Climate
Natural Resources
Landmarks
Vegetation
Midwest
Climate
Natural Resources
Landmarks
Vegetation
West
List the states in this region.
Climate
Natural Resources
Landmarks
Vegetation
Region: An area that shares similarities or common features
Climate: the weather of a place over a long period of time
Vegetation: plants that grow in an area
Natural resources: A resource that is found in nature and used by people.
Landmarks: Can be natural or man-made. A place that people can visit.
Wisconsin
Iowa
Minnesota
Ohio
Kansas
Illinois
Michigan
Missouri
Indiana
Nebraska
North Dakota
South Dakota
Some rain
A lot of sunshine
Mild winters
Hot, humid summers
phosate
coal
ceeder
trees
The Everglades
The cape Henry lighthouse
oranges
cotten
rice
peanuts
grape fruit
waterfalls
statue of liberty
niagra falls
Cold
Snowy winters
pine trees
maple trees
oak tree
apple trees
pumpkins
trees
furniture
paper
pecils
atlantic ocean
granite
snow
hot and mild
wheat
corn
soybeans
Mount Rushmore
Gateway Arch
Great Lakes
very rich soil
iron ore
hot
dry
rainy
Mount Denali
West Devils Tower
Golden Gate Bridge
Strawberries
Lettuce
cactus
grass
hot
dry
Grand Canyon
saguro
wild flower
Minerals
coper
silver
uranium
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