Vocabulary
Geographical Features
Climate
Natural Resources
Other

100

The area of high land at the foot of the mountain.
What is a piedmont?

100

More than half of the southeast is covered by this geographical feature.
What are the coastal plains?

100

When you go in this direction the weather gets warmer.
What is south?

100

In the Mississippi River Valley, floodwaters deposit silt in the land, making the soil more fertile for this industry.
What is farming?

100

This crop is used to make clothing, Q-Tips, and cooking oil
What is cotton?

200

This causes waterfalls to form on many rivers in the Southeast.
What is a fall line?

200

The term that describe the geography of the Florida Everglades.
What are wetlands?

200

The three reasons the south has a long growing season.
What is a warm climate, plenty of sunshine and a lot of rain?

200

The states Georgia and Arkansas are the nation's largest produces of this.
What are chickens?

200

The Blue Ridge Mountains can be found in this National Park. Most of this park is forests.
What is Shenandoah National Park?

300

The state that has a flat coastal plain and is a peninsula.
What is Florida?

300

A mountain range and river that can be found in the southeast.
What are the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River?

300

This causes damage to buildings and trees and may cause flooding.
What is a hurricane?

300

Crops that are grown in the hottest, wettest areas of the Southeast.
What are grapefruit, oranges and sugarcane?

300

It is an important industry in the Gulf of Mexico and the Chesapeake Bay.
What is fishing.

400

It is an area of low land that is partly covered with slow moving or still water.
What is a wetland?

400

The bodies of water that form the eastern and souther boundaries of the Southeast.
What are the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico?

400

The place where Mrs. Flores will go during Spring Break.
What is Florida.

400

Louisiana is the fourth largest producer of this.
What is oil?

400

The National Park that covers 800 miles of mountain terrain and are part of the Appalachian Mountains.
What is the Great Smoky Mountain National Park?

500

The largest swamp in the United States?
What is Okefenokee Swamp?

500

These are the three areas of the Southeast states.
What are the Atlantic Coast states, the Gulf Coast states and Inland South states?

500

The time when the weather is warm enough for the plants to grow.
What is the growing season.

500

This is an industry in the Appalachian Mountains that produces a product to be burned to make electricity.
What is coal mining?

500

The National Park that is 95% underwater and has a coral reef.
What is the Biscayne National Park?