Capital: Austin Latitude: 36 northern border Latitude: 27 South Border Makes Money: Cotton, rice, and soybean
Don't forget we have a test tomorrow! Study what's on the board!
Hey Sam do you know where Oklahoma's borders are in latitude?
Yes, It is 37 northern border and 33 south border. I also know that the capital is Oklahoma City and Oklahoma makes money from natural gas, mining, and beef.
So honey, What did you learn in school today?
I learned that the capital of mississippi is Jackson. Mississippi makes money from catfish, shrimp, and cotton. The last thing I learned about mississippi is that the northern and southern border is 35N and 30S.
I did the powerpoint for Texas The nickname for texas is The Lone Star State. The five largest cities are Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, and Fort Worth.
If you can tell me 3 things you know about oklahoma then I won't make you do chores for a week.
I did the postcard for Oklahoma. One interesting fact is that Oklahoma is the number 5 sources of beef in the country. ANother interesting fact is that Oklahoma is the 28th most popular out of all 50 States. The bison is the state's animal.
The latitude for alabama is 32 and 35. It makes money by steel, natural gas and catfish. The capital is montgomery.
I did the State Float for Mississippi. Mississippi is known for Shrimp. Five words that are related to my state are Jackson, mockingbird, Mississippi River, Elvis Presley, and cotton. Vicksburg National Cemetery is a scenic attraction.
Before you go jump in the ocean tell me the capital , latitude, and how Florida makes money.
I did the Point of interest for Tennessee, which was the Smoky Mountains did you know that the temperature never hits above 80 degrees at the top of the mountain? There is also over 800 miles of trails on the mountain. The smoky mountain has a name called “Shaconage” which means Place above blue smoke.
I know that the northern and southern border for tennessee is 36N and 34S. The capital is Nashville. They make most of their money from Broilers, SOybeans, Clays sand and gravel.
I did the collage for Alabama. Waterville USA is a waterpark and is open year round. Another place to visit is The Gulf State Park it has many activities such as hiking trails, group pavilions, an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, and multiple fishing sites. The last place to visit is Cheaha State Park it is a mount and the highest point on the mountain is 2,407 feet.
I did the national park for Florida which was Everglades National Park. 8 million people rely on water for the Everglades. The Everglades is home to 73 endangered species. The Everglades gets hot during the summer. (between 80-90 degrees)
The capital is Tallahassee. Florida makes money by sales taxes and property taxes. The latitude is 27 and 23