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Georgia Geography Resources for Middle School

Georgia

Geography Georgia is the largest state E of the Mississippi River and has three main topographical areas. Extending inland from the coast is a low coastal plain that covers the southern half of the state. In mountainous N Georgia are the Appalachian Plateau, the valley and ridge province, and the Blue Ridge province.

"Info please is a basic encyclopedia with a small but detailed amount of information. You can scan through the other pages of the Georgia entry to find additional information and maps."-Vickers

GAWW: Regions of Georgia

Physiographical Regions of Georgia The State of Georgia extends from the Atlantic Ocean into the Blue Ridge Mountains. The State is divided into five regions based upon physical geography. These regions are called Physiographic Provinces.

"This is a good reference piece for the regions in Georgia. Very detailed and visual maps for students to see."-Vickers

United States Geography for Kids: Georgia

Kids learn facts and geography about the state of Georgia including symbols, flag, capital, bodies of water, industry, borders, population, fun facts, GDP, famous people, and major cities.

"General information for a younger group but the map on this one is excellent! Facts included are the sports teams and famous people from Georgia!"-Vickers

The US50 - A guide to the state of Georgia - Geography

The US50 - Georgia State maps and general geography information.

"TheUS50 provides an interactive map that you can manipulate to include more or less details. It is also a treasure chest of resources if you choose to leave the geography page."-Vickers

Geography of Georgia (U.S. state)

Map of Georgia elevations Area Total 153,870 km 2 (59,410 sq mi) Land 9,158,960 km 2 (3,536,290 sq mi) Water 854 sq mi (2,210 km 2)[1] Borders Coastlines 100 miles [2] The describes a state in the Southeastern United States in North America. The Golden Isles of Georgia lie off the coast of the state.

"Wikipedia, the collaborative online encyclopedia, is the most detailed resource as long as the information is verified. Excellent detail on the regions and maps."-Vickers

Georgia Geography from NETSTATE

With the largest land area of any state east of the Mississippi River, the Georgia landscape runs from the mountains in the north and northeast to the coastal plain in the southeast. The most southerly of the Blue Ridge mountains enter Georgia in the north and northeast.

"Great detail is included in NETSTATE's coverage of Georgia geography. Mostly facts and descriptions."-Vickers

Geographic Regions of Georgia: Overview

The diverse landscapes of Georgia result from geological and climatic forces working throughout time, with some recent direct influence from human activities. Georgia encompasses parts of five distinct physiographic provinces: the Appalachian Plateau, the Ridge and Valley, the Blue Ridge, the Piedmont, and the Atlantic Coastal Plain.

"Georgia Encyclopedia is the bible for students who take Georgia studies. This page is the Regions of Georgia which are studied to help understand the life and economics of Georgia."-Vickers

Geography - Geographic Regions of Georgia - GeorgiaInfo

Georgia is crossed by five distinct physiographic provinces, based on similarities in land formations, elevation, rocks and minerals, soil, and other characteristics. They are the 1) Coastal Plain, 2) Piedmont, 3) Blue Ridge, 4) Ridge and Valley, and 5) Plateau. You can see this regions marked in the accompanying maps; below is a description of each region.

"Gailleo provides an informative site with maps for students to learn about the state of Georgia. This includes the different regions that are essential to Georgia Studies."-Vickers

Geography of Georgia

Georgia, one of the southeastern states of the United States. It is bordered by North and South Carolina, the Atlantic Ocean, Florida, Alabama, and Tennessee. Covering 59,441 square miles (153,953 km2), Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River.

"How Stuff Works!? Provides several pages of information on Georgia. Divided into 6 pages including the people, economics, and geography. Full of facts and pictures to help students."-Vickers

State Unit Study - Georgia

These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of the United States and learn factual information about every state. These studies are great for children in the public and private education system as well as homeschooled children. Print the United States Map and color each state as you study it.

Georgia: Map, History, Population, Facts, Capitol, Flag, Tree, Geography, Symbols

Information on Georgia - economy, government, culture, state map and flag, major cities, points of interest, famous residents, state motto, symbols, nicknames, and other trivia.

"Factmonster has a wealth of information as well as several maps to aid in studying."-Vickers

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This is a unit for home school students and their teachers to use. Informative with some maps and activities.