Wow! Pennsylvania is so cool! Thanks for teaching me that the capital is Harrisburg!
You might think Pennsylvania is cool already but its three economic activities are industrial machinery products, fabricated metal products, and food and kindred products, and its latitudes are 41.203323 N and 40.2972 N.
Wow, I thought Pennsylvainia was cool, but New Jersey is way cooler! I know the capital of this one, Trenton!
Yes, you're correct! The economic activities are agriculture (asparagus, bell peppers, etc.), manufacturing (shampoo, lotion, etc.), and fishing (blue crab, lobster, etc. The latitudes are 41.36 N and 38.9351 N.
Hey let me tell you about a state for a change! New York's capital is Albany, its three economic activities are financial services, health, and manufacturing (fashion, elevator parts, glass). Its latitudes are 45.01 N and 40.4927 N.
Wow! You really know a lot about New York! I am impressed!
Postcard -The Liberty Bell cracked the first time it rung, on July 8, 1776 -Indiana County in Pennsylvania is the Christmas tree capital of the world -Punxsutawney, PA's most famous resident is Punxsutawney Phil the groundhog -Hershey, PA is home to Hershey Headquarters
Alright New York was great but I bet you'll like Rhode Island better! Rhode Island's capital is Providence, its economic activities are agriculture (milk, honey, etc.), manufacturing (lighting, jewelery, etc.), and mining, and its latitudes are 41.3140 N and 41.3095 N.
Collage -Atlantic City Boardwalk: A place for food, fun, and games! -Hoboken Skyline: A view of downtown Hoboken with colorful lights on buildings! -Passaic River Great Falls: A beautiful scenery of waterfalls and bridge to get a closer view!
I love Vermont so let me do the talking! Vermont's capital is Montpelier, its economic activites are agriculture (dairy), manufacturing (baked goods, dairy products), and mining (granite). Its latitudes are 45 N and 40.8068 N.
State Float -Known for: New Year's Eve and being the Big Apple! -Words: Times Square, Big Apple, New York, Empire, Liberty -Famous Person: Neil Diamond
Sadly, our last stop is Maine. Maine's capital is Augusta, its economic activities are agriculture (eggs, milk, etc.), manufacturing (paper products), and fishing (shellfish, clams, etc.), and its latitudes are 47 N and 43.8763 N.
Point of Interest: Roger Williams Park Zoo -The zoo has 8 exhibits with animals from all across the world -The zoo has species of animals that have been around for more than 1 million years -There is something at the zoo called the Carousel Village
Wow, Rhode Island is so cool!
Powerpoint -Nickname: "The Green Mountain State" -Highest Point: Mount Mansfield-4,395 ft -5 Largest Cities: Burlington, Essex, South Burlington, Rutland City, Bennington
Wow! Vermont sounds really cool!
National Park: Acadia National Park -One species of animal that lives there is a Harlequin duck -It has 2,559,473 visitors a year -It is the second most visited national park in the United States
I'm sad to have this trip end, but I'm glad we learned so much!