4 Texas Regions

4 Texas Regions

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  • Summer in Texas
  • Why don't you guys go outside and explore?
  • Mom, we're bored! 
  • Mom's Summer Fun
  • There's so many places to explore. 
  • Coastal Plains Region
  • The kids are bored. What could we possibly do to fix this? 
  • Mountains and Basins Region
  • Mom's going to take the kids on a trip, but they have to decide where to go. The kids have to persuade her to chose one region in Texas. 
  • Great Plains Region
  • I am in the largest and most varied region in Texas. Some of the inhabitants include fish, squirrels, and palm trees.  It extends inland about 30 to 60 miles. Elevations are generally below 100 feet, and the climate is humid. 
  • North Central Plains Region 
  • I am in the driest region in Texas. This region extends to part of the Chihuahuan Desert which Texas shares with Mexico. The climate in this region is not extreme.   It is warm most of the year and the cold  doesn’t last long.  Inhabitants include  falcons and rattle snakes. 
  • I am in a region that has three sub-regions. The High Plains, the Edwards Plateau, and the Llano Basin. The climate in this region is varied.  This is the coldest region during the winter but during the summer it can be very hot.  Inhabitants include  snakes and toads. 
  • This region includes  the Grand Prairie, Cross Timbers, and the Rolling Plains.  All  include  prairies,  forests,  and  plains.  The winters are cold, but the summers  can be the hottest in Texas, and during the spring there can be violent storms and tornadoes. Inhabitants include turkeys and deer. 
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