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Washington State WASHINGTON STATE
100 200 400 300 400 Washington Symbols Washington History Washington Geography Washington Facts 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 Apple What is Washington state’s fruit?
1,2 George Washington Which president is shown on the Washington flag?
1,3 The state south of Washington What is Oregon?
1,4 Washington state’s capital What is Olympia?
2,1 Washington’s state flower What is the rhododendron?
2,2 1889 What is the year Washington became a state?
2,3 Idaho What state is east of Washington?
2,4 Washington State’s seal What is in the center of the Washington state flag?
3,1 Washington state’s tree What is the Western Hemlock?
3,2 The place where Washington’s first apple tree is planted. What is Fort Vancouver?
3,3 Canada What the country north of Washington?
3,4 Washington’s Nickname What is the Evergreen state?
4,1 Washington state’s fish What is the steelhead trout?
4,2 The leaders of the expedition sent out by President Jefferson to explore the Louisiana Purchase land. Who is Lewis and Clark?
4,3 This river forms the southern border of Washington. What is the Columbia River?
4,4 Green and Yellow What is Washington state’s colors?
5,1 The Willow Goldfinch. What is Washington State’s bird?
5,2 Washington’s volcano that erupted in 1980. What is Mt. St. Helens?
5,3 Washington State’s Regions What are Coastal, Western Lowlands, Cascade Mountains, Okanagon Highlands and Columbia Plateau.Washington state’s regions?
5,4 The mountain range that divides Washington into 2 different weather regions. What are the Cascade Mountains?
Washington State WASHINGTON STATE Washington Symbols Washington History Washington Geography Washington Facts
W a s h i n g t o n S t a t e T h e E v e r g r e e n S t a t e By Erin S.
Made by Blake Nelson. Capital: Olympia Name of Region: West 3 Major Cities: Seadel, Spokane, Taroma Area of state 71,303 Bording states: Canada Oregon.
Washington State History
W ASHINGTON The Evergreen State. T HE F ORESTS Washington is most commonly known as the Evergreen state. Why is this so? Washington is called the Evergreen.
There are many cool things in Washington, like The Space Needle!
Washington By Natalie R. and Emma S.. Seattle, Washington Washington’s nickname is The Evergreen State. The region in the U.S. is the Pacific coast,
Statehood Timeline Nootka Sound Controversy –John Meares from Great Britain challenges Spain’s exclusive rights to explore the Pacific Northwest.
Washington’s Regions Topic 1. The Regions Coastal Range Region Encompasses basically the Olympic Peninsula Borders the Pacific Ocean to the West – The.
By: Maura Williams Evergreen state. Washington state symbols State flower State fruit State bird State coin State mammal Willow Goldfinch Coast Rhododendron.
WASHINGTON BY: GABBY EVANS COURT HOUSE APPLE LUMBER MAP.
Are You Smarter Than a 4 th Grader? 1,000,000 4th Grade Social Studies 4th Grade Science 4th Grade Math 500, , , ,000 50,000 25,000.
Multiple Choice Question Who was the president that purchased the Louisiana Purchase? A. Andrew Jackson B. George Washington C. John Adams D. Thomas.
WASHINGTON Click to continue!. (Click on any picture to go to that slide) Washington, The Evergreen State Washington, The Evergreen State Credits Back.
USA Questions. What is the capital city of the USA?
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WASHINGTON BY: GABBY EVANS. STATE SYMBOLS Flower- Coast Rhododendron Tree- Western Hemlock Bird- Willow Goldfinch Washington’s Flower Washington’s Tree.
3 Fun Facts About Washington and the population Washington is the only state to be named after a president. Washington has the 4 th highest peak for a.
When you think of Illinois do you think of these?
The Regions of Washington. What do you see??? The Regions Washington has five land regions. 1.Coastal Range 2.Puget Sound Lowlands 3.Cascade Range 4.Columbia.
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