1Jessica Lambert Devall Middle 4th Grade GLE: A Tour of the RegionsJessica LambertDevall Middle 4th GradeGLE:
2Your class has won an opportunity to create a tour guide book of the United States Regions for the President. He will give these books to all foreign leaders when they visit the White House. There are clues on the following pages that will help you to create your tour guide. Remember the President is counting on you!
4NortheastStates in the Northeast include:Maine New YorkNew Hampshire PennsylvaniaVermont New JerseyMassachusetts DelawareRhode Island MarylandConnecticutClick on the compass to learn where these states are located.
5Identify the states correctly. 1.2.3.Identify the states correctly.
7Show me what you knowWrite three facts about the Hudson River, Niagara Falls, and the Appalachian Mountains.
8The People that make up the Northeast Region Majority of the immigrants that came to the Northeast Region came looking for a job. There were also others looking for the opportunity to practice their own religion freely. William Penn was granted a charter from the King to set up Pennsylvania. Here anyone could practice their own religion freely. We still religious tolerance today in Pennsylvania through the Amish People.Most of the immigrants that came into the Northeast Region had to enter first through Ellis Island. Click on the picture to learn more about this Island.
9The Southeast West Virginia Virginia North Carolina South Carolina These are the States that make up the Southeast Region.West Virginia VirginiaNorth Carolina South CarolinaFlorida GeorgiaAlabama MississippiLouisiana ArkansasTennessee KentuckyClick on the compass to learn how to identify the states in the Southeast Region!
11GeographyTwo major geographical features of the Southeast Region is the Mississippi River and the Coastal Plain. The Mississippi River is a major source of transportation for exporting and importing goods into the United States. The Coastal Plain provides rich fertile soil for growing crops and raising livestock. Click the picture to learn about the Mississippi River and the Coastal Plain in Virginia.
12How is the Coastal Plains different from the Northeast Region’s Appalachian Mountains? How is the Mississippi River is useful for you?
13Economy of the SouthAgriculture is a major part of how the people in the South make money. Discover below how sugarcane is processed into sugar. Also, learn about textiles and how cotton and other resources are used to make them.
14Explain the process of how sugar is made. What is a textile? Why is it important to us?
15People of the SouthImportant events in American History took place in the South. Many of the Civil War battles occurred in the Southeast. Dr. Martin Luther King helped America to understand how African Americans were being treated unfairly during the Civil Rights movement. Click on the pictures for more information.
16Click on the compass to learn the location of the States. MidwestThese are the states in the Midwest Region:North Dakota South DakotaNebraska KansasMissouri WisconsinIowa MinnesotaIllinois IndianaOhio MichiganClick on the compass to learn the location of the States.
18GeographyThe prairie of the Mid-west was important to the development of the United States. The flat land allows for some of our favorite foods to be grown there. The Great Lakes are unique. Check out the sites for more incredible information.
19What kinds of crops are grown on the prairie. List the five Great Lakes.What kinds of crops are grown on the prairie.
20Thanks to the farmers in the Midwest, we are able to eat BREAD Thanks to the farmers in the Midwest, we are able to eat BREAD! Click on the wheat plants to learn how wheat is grown and processed. Due to the large amounts of snow found in the some of the states in the Midwest region, hockey is a sport loved by money. Click on the picture to learn more about how to play hockey.
21Mount Rushmore is in South Dakota Mount Rushmore is in South Dakota. It was created to memorialize four of the greatest presidents. Click the picture to read a girl’s trip to Mt. Rushmore.How was life on the prairie long ago? Click on the picture to watch video, read information, and hear words from the people that lived on the prairie.
22Who are the people carved into the Mountain? How was life on the prairie different from your life?
23Click on the compass to learn where these states are located. The SouthwestThe states located in the Southwest region:ArizonaNew MexicoOklahomaTexasClick on the compass to learn where these states are located.
31Learn about the Rocky Mountains and the Natural Disasters that occur in Hawaii!
32Click on the picture to learn about the famous Idaho potatoes! One of the biggest phenomena on TV is reality TV. On the Discovery channel, the Deadliest Catch is a program that follows Alaskan men that catch crab for a living. Click on the picture for a look into their dangerous world.
33Would you want to spend four months on a boat being a crab fisherman Would you want to spend four months on a boat being a crab fisherman? Why or Why not?
34Visit this incredible website to step back in time and learn about the Gold Rush!
35You did it. The President is so proud of you! Congratulations!!You did it. The President is so proud of you!