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To Next Slide Unit 4 Chapter 8 Lesson 2 Amber Waves of Grain 20 Questions!
To Next Slide A layer of soil held together by the roots of grasses. sod
To Next Slide Why did settlers on the Great Plains have to learn new ways of building? There were few trees they could not build with wood. They built their homes out of sod.
To Next Slide Self-sufficient Doing almost everything for yourself, with no help from other people.
To Next Slide Why did pioneer families need to be self-sufficient? They often lived far away from towns, stores, and neighbors.
To Next Slide How did new farm machines and improved plows change farming? They allowed farmers to till and plant more land.
To Next Slide Matter added to the soil to help crops grow. Fertilizer
To Next Slide The spread of city life. Urbanization
To Next Slide How has the number of people who earn their living on farms changed? Fewer people now earn their living as farmers.
To Next Slide The order in which one thing comes after another. Sequence
To Next Slide Thats All! Keep Sharp Minds!
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 3 Lesson 2 Looking at Different Regions 20 Questions!
Chapter 7, Lesson 2 Life on the Great Plains Settling the Great Plains Located in the middle of the United States Flat grassy area with few trees Gets.
6.E.2.4 Conclude that the good health of humans requires: monitoring the lithosphere, maintaining soil quality and stewardship.
Chapter 14: Land Section 1: How We Use Land. Land Use and Land Cover Purposes for Land: Farming Mining Building Cities and Highways Recreation Land Cover:
Lesson 3 “Building Farms”. What did pioneers do when they first arrived in the Midwest? Rushed to claim their land Built Houses Started Farms.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 4 A Rich Fertile Land 20 Questions!
Technology on the Plains Kirsten graphics and text revised from:
$1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $300 $200 $100 Chapter.
Homework Check Please turn in your chart on what was hard and easier of farming on the Plains. Remember I’m checking to see if you take complete notes!
Unit 2 Chapter 3 Lesson 2. Essential Question: How did the settlements of pioneers effect the environment of the West?
Unit 2 Lesson 5. Crops The first settlers leaving St. Louis headed west across the Great Plains. They began to farm the land and raise chickens, hogs,
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 5 People and the Environment 20 Questions!
Chapter 17 Section 4 Farming in the West Objectives Identify what attracted farmers to the Great Plains. Describe how people adapted to life on the Plains.
Expanding West. WARM-UP REVIEW Why did YOU move? Why do you think people moved West after the Civil War? What are the positive/negative effects of moving.
To Next Slide Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 2 A Region of Cities 20 Questions!
Ch. 8 Weathering and Soil Formation. Section 3: Soil Conservation The Value of Soil – Sod is the think mass of tough roots at the surface of the soil.
Dust Bowl 1930’s. The Promise Land When pioneers migrated west in the middle of the 19 th century they found promising land in the Midwest They found.
5 th Grade Social Studies Chapter 7 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
LandSection 1 DAY ONE Chapter 14 Land Section 1: How We Use Land.
Soil Conservation Chapter 2 Section 3 Pages
A Social Studies Unit For 3A and Their Families What is a community? A community is a place where people... Work Play Live.
Section 3 Ms. Musich. Think of an area of land that has a wide are of dirt like a construction site or a vacant lot…
CHAPTER 14 LAND SECTION 1: HOW WE USE LAND PAGE 380 Day one.
A Treeless Wasteland? Not Any More!. What do we KNOW about the Great Plains?
Homesteaders Farming the Great Plains in the grass.
LandSection 1 Objectives Distinguish between urban and rural land. Describe three major ways in which humans use land. Explain the concept of ecosystem.
Changes on the Western Frontier (Chapter 5) 1. Demise of Indians on Great Plains 2. Americans Continue to Migrate West 3. Life in the Old West.
The Dust Bowl Power point created by Robert Martinez Primary Content Source: Mini-Qs in American History, DBQ Project.
7th Grade UBD – Unit 1 – Culture and Geography. Where Do People Live- The world’s population, or total number of people, is spread unevenly over the.
Pioneer Girl Mrs. Williams 5 th Grade. 1)Why does Sam Brannan walk down the streets of San Francisco shouting “Gold! Gold! Gold from the American.
Learning Goals §The students will understand the concept of the Dust Bowl and how it affected Oklahoma.
The Great Plains Technological advances during the 19 th century allowed people to live in more challenging environments.
UNIT #1 – SETTLING THE WEST LESSON #6 –Farming in the West (80-82)
This house sits on the top of a hill that is covered with loose soil and rocks. The new owners of this house have some concerns about their property. What.
Dust Bowl What are 3 natural causes of the dust bowl? What are 2 man made causes of the dust bowl?
Land Section #1: How We Use Land. How Can We Find Out How Land is Used? Maps Aerial photographs Field surveys Computerized mapping systems.
SOIL Soil is a valuable natural resource.. Why? Because everything that lives on land depends on soil. People & animals eat food that grows in soil. Plants.
Hardships of the Great Plains Settlers. Lack of building materials Few trees Lumber shipped in: expensive.
Soil Conservation. Soil conservation means protecting soils from erosion and nutrient loss. Soil conservation can help to keep soils fertile and healthy.
Soil Conservation Chapter 2.4. Learning Goal 0 S.6.6 – Sources of energy and materials differ in amounts, distribution, usefulness, and the time required.
OCTOBER 28-30,2015 Western Expansion. WARM UP Write down three questions you have about the settlement of the West. (think cowboys and Indians, gunfights,
6 th Grade Earth Science Ms. Mudd Explain why soil is a valuable resource. List ways that soil can lose its value. Identify ways that soil can.
What makes good soil? Air Water Organic Material (Nutrients) Rock particles.
To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 12 Lesson 3 Using Western Lands 20 Questions!
Review for Notes Crossing the Continent. What is the word that means “good for growing crops?” Fertile.
Soil AIM: How is soil made?. How to Make a Mud Pie video.
HOMESTEAD ACT 1862 The United States wanted to encourage settlement of the Great Plains, Known as the American Desert.
1 Sample Slide with Image 1) Describe what you see in this picture. 2) When and where do you think this picture was taken? Explain your answer.
Warm Up - Please do now Locate The Great Plains. What does this tell you about the weather and how it might affect farming?
Warm Up 1.Raise your hand if you have moved from one house to another at some point in your life. 2.Find someone who has moved and ask them the following.
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