Yeah, did you know the latitude of Vermont is 43n at the top and 41n at the bottom?
Really? Vermont is known for there production of silver, copper, and wheat?
It is nice being in the Montpelier, the capitol of Vermont
Hey!! Bet you didn't know that the capitol of Nevada is Carson City!
HA ha! Yeah I did, but I am not to sure about there economy other then there are lots of casinos!
Yeah I did!! did you know that the latitude for Nevada is top 43n and bottom 34n!!
Wow, it is spooky here in Phoenix Arizona.
While doing the postcard for vermont, I learned 3 cool things. The first thing I learned is that Montpelier, the capital, is the smallest capital to hold a capitol building. I also learned that the capital is the only capital that does not have a McDonalds. The last cool thing I learned is that Vermont's largest employment is not Ben and Jerry's, its IBM.
While doing the powerpoint for Nevada, I learned that the highest part in that state was at 13,142 ft above sea level and the lowest part was 479 ft above sea level. I also learned that the five largest cities were Las Vegas, Henderson, Reno, North Las Vegas, and Sparks.
collage.. Havasu falls, a super beautiful waterfall that is located in the grand canyon. Meteor crater, known as the Canyon Diablo Crater, it is a place where a meteor, now called the canyon Diablo meteorite, hit. Horseshoe Bend, a horseshoe shaped canyon that was carved out by the Colorado River.
Yeah, but here are some cool facts to cheer us up. Arizona's latitude has a top of 36n and a bottom of 32n.
5 words to describe New mexico is hot, culture, land of enchantment, black bears, and yucca flowers. A famous person that is from New Mexico Demi Lovato. One thing that New Mexico is famous for is the Carlsbad Caverns.
Welcome here live from Santa Fe, New Mexico, today Bobby will tell you a cool fact about New Mexico!
Ummm yeah, I am. New Mexico's latitude is at the top of 36n and the bottom of 30n.
When I was doing the national park for Colorado, There were 3 cool things that I learned. I learned that the Rocky Mountains were all the way through the USA, I also did not know it had so many types of trees on it (only because of the tree line), and I also did not know how many people went to the mountains each year.
Hey, this doesn't look like Denver, the capital of Colorado!
Yeah, I know. But it was the best we could do for a state that's latitude starts at the top of 39n and ends at 36n