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The Five Regions of Virginia. Mrs. Van Winkle’s Class. ALL ABOUT THE TIDEWATER REIGON. BY Sydney, Yazmin, Clement Khalil, Yanira. Resources. Shipyards Seafood Tourism Federal military installations. Main Features.

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    1. The Five Regions of Virginia Mrs. Van Winkle’s Class

    2. ALL ABOUT THE TIDEWATER REIGON BY Sydney, Yazmin, Clement Khalil, Yanira.

    3. Resources • Shipyards • Seafood • Tourism • Federal military installations

    4. Main Features The Tidewater Region is next to the Atlantic Ocean and west of the Fall Line. The Fall Line zone has larger streams. It has flat land. It is part of the Chesapeake Bay and the lowest point sea level.

    5. Important Facts • Ship yards • Sea food • Tourism • Federal military • Rivers • Next to the Chesapeake bay

    6. Pictures

    7. Piedmont Kadijatu, Victoria, Maura Alex

    8. Resources • Rolling hills • Mountains • Farming • Tobacco farming • Technology

    9. Cool Facts • They have rolling hills • The Fall Line lies in the Piedmont region.

    10. main features • The Piedmont region is located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is east of the Fall Line. The region has many historical places including Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown. Costal plain is west from Valley and Ridge. The piedmont region is a great place to visit.

    11. Cool pictures • Piedmont,Rolling hills

    12. pictures

    13. About Valley and Ridge By Anthony, Zakary, Nanayaa, Abigail

    14. Main Features The Valley and Ridge region is located in the west part of VA and east of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Valley and Ridge has the Great Valley. Valley and Ridge is west of Appalachian Plateau.

    15. Facts about the Valley and Ridge • Valley and Ridge has Shenandoah River. • Valley and Ridge has the Great Valley. • Valley and Ridge farms Apples and other fruits. • Valley and Ridge has the Natural Bridge.

    16. Resources • Chicken • Turkey • Natural bridges • Agriculture

    17. PICTURES

    18. Blue Ridge Mountains By. Shaquera, Karla, Akrem, Juwan

    19. Main Features • These are facts about the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Blue Ridge Mountains have old rounded mountains. It is east of the Piedmont region which we live in. Also the Blue Ridge Mountain region is the longest but skinniest region in Virginia. On a nice and sunny day the mountains look blue but it’s really not.

    20. Resources • Mountains • They have rivers • There’s apples • There’s few cites • There’s many parkways

    21. Cool Facts • It’s west of the Valley and Ridge • There’s old rounded mountains • It’s 5,129 feet above sea level

    22. PICTURES

    23. Appalachian Plateau Melina, Karen, James, Ian

    24. Main Features • Appalachian Plateau is the smallest region in Virginia. It is Northwest of the Valley and Ridge region. It has a lot of coal but it does not have big cities. Appalachian Plateau had an Indian group, the Cherokee. Appalachian Plateau is in SW Virginia.

    25. Resources • Coal • Rocks

    26. Interesting Facts • The biggest industry is coal mining. • The Appalachian Plateau leads to the Appalachian mountains.

    27. Fun Pictures