The United States is geographically broken up into five major regions. Each region has its own location and states, and each region is known for different things it produces and offers to our country. Let your young statesmen and stateswomen enjoy coloring the different regions: the Southeast, the Southwest, the West, the Midwest, and the Northeast and gain better understanding of where each region is on a map.
Before starting this worksheet, it might be a good idea to get your students familiarized with the states and their capitals in your country. This way, they would not encounter any strange words in the exercise. Now, look at this map of the United States with your students. Can they repeat some of the state names on the map? Ask your kids to carefully study the map, and then draw a line to the region where each state is located.
Your child knows the US is made up of different states, but what about the different geographical regions that make our vast country so great?
Each region of the United States has its own culture and purpose. Teach your child about the country’s regions and what makes them tick with this geographic regions of the United States worksheet!
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