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New York State Geography Mrs. Martin Grade 4
Vocabulary ► geography ► hemisphere ► Equator ► lines of latitude ► Prime Meridian ► lines of Longitude ► continent
Geography ► The study of our Earth and the ways people use it.
hemisphere ► Half of a sphere. Half of the Earth.
Equator ► Imaginary line that is halfway between the North and South Pole. This line divides Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
lines of latitude ► Imaginary lines that run horizontally. These lines measure how far north or south you are of the Equator.
Prime Meridian ► The imaginary line that separates the Earth into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. http://www.teachervision.fen.com/geography/resource/63752.html
lines of longitude ► Lines that run vertically and measure east and west of the Prime Meridian.
continent ► Large area of land. ► North America ► South America ► Europe ► Asia ► Antarctica ► Africa ► Australia
Where is New York? ► New York is on the planet Earth.
Where is New York? ► On Earth New York is in the Northern Hemisphere. http://www.freeworldmaps.nethttp://www.freeworldmaps.net/
Where is New York? ► New York is in the Western Hemisphere.
Where is New York? ► New York is on the continent of North America.
Where is New York? ► New York is located in the United States of America. New York is one of the 50 states.
Where is New York? ► The United States can be divided into different regions. New York is in the Northeast region of the United States.
New York Borders New York is bordered by both land and water.
What states border New York? ► Pennsylvania ► New Jersey ► Connecticut ► Vermont ► What country borders New York? ► Canada
What bodies of water border New York State? ► Atlantic Ocean ► Great Lakes: Lake Ontario and Lake Erie ► St. Lawrence River
Continents Oceans Equator/Prime Meridian
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