Georgia Regions - Paulding County School District

Created by Amanda Summey December 2010 [email protected] 12.ga.us a i g r s o

n e G gio e R Directions: Navigate through this presentation at your own pace. Click on the Ovals to show a MENU of Topics. Click on the topics to learn more. To get back to the Menu screen, click

To Return to a Topic Slide, click the Topic Title. When you are finished learning about the regions, complete the activities(linked on the last slide) and turn it in. You may either type it or write it in. Piedmo nt Georgia RegionsValley

Recreation Plant Life Wildlife Economy Climate & Land View All Coastal Plains Recreation Plant Life Wildlife

Economy Climate & Land View All And Ridge Activiti es Recreation Plant Life Wildlife

Economy Climate & Land View All Appalachi an Plateau Blue Ridge Mountai ns

Recreation Plant Life Wildlife Economy Climate & Land View All Recreation Plant Life Wildlife Economy Climate & Land

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pa la ch ia n Pl at ea u R eg io

n Economy Recreation Wildlife Plant Life Climate and

Land Co ast al Pla ins Re gio n Recreation

Economy Wildlife Plant Life Climate and Land le y

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Recreation Wildlife Plant Life Climate and Land Piedmont Region - Wildlife

Squirrels Bats Deer Various Species of Birds Piedmont Region Plant Life Oak Trees Pine Trees Cat Tails

Piedmont Region Economy Business Tourism Industry Piedmont Region Climate & Land Mountains Lakes Mild Winters Hot Summers

Piedmont Region Recreation Specific Attractions White Water Lake Lanier Aquarium Coca Cola Museum Atlanta Zoo General

Activities Hiking Parks Sight-seeing Coastal Plains Region Wildlife Right Whale Snakes Birds Coastal Plains Region Plant Life

Cotton Corn Tobacco Peanuts Coastal Plains Region Economy Industry Tourism Agriculture

Coastal Plains Region Climate & Land Mild Climate Reefs Beaches Coastal Plains Region Recreation Touring Savannah Beaches

Appalachian Plateau Region Recreation Hiking Camping White Water Rafting Appalachian Plateau Region Climate and Land Narrow Valleys Mild Climate

Wooded Ridges Appalachian Plateau Region Economy Coal Tourism Timber Appalachian Plateau Region Plant Life

Oak Trees Azaleas Forests Appalachian Plateau Region Wildlife Deer Eagles Spiders Valley & Ridge Region Wildlife

Bobcats Skunks Deer Valley & Ridge Region Plant Life Plant life in this regions various based on elevation and soil. Valley & Ridge Region Economy

Trade Factories Farming Valley & Ridge Region Climate & Land Ridges Valleys Mild Climate Valley & Ridge Region Recreation

National and State Parks Blue Ridge Mountains Region Recreation Hiking Camping Site-Seeing Canoeing Blue Ridge Mountains Region Climate & Land Mountain Peaks

Mild Climate Blue Ridge Mountains Region Wildlife Deer Foxes Raccoons Squirrels Blue Ridge Mountains Region Plant Life Flowers Various types of trees

Blue Ridge Mountains Region Economy Tourism College Towns Activities Click on the activity to open the program. You need to print your work and turn it in when you are done. Fill in the chart. You may need to go back and review the slides to find your answers. The HOME button will take you to the slide you

need. Fill in the map by drawing in and coloring the regions. The very first slide will help you. Make sure you label each region. Also, follow the directions on the page itself. Resources Georgia Social Studies Student Edition (Houghton Mifflin) Map Activity from www.about.com All pictures are from Microsoft picture gallery, with the exception of the Georgia

Regions. Those are traced from a map using activ-studio software.

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