4th Grade U.S. Regions: Home

Resources and information for teaching and studying U.S. Regions

Welcome

The resources are assembled for fourth grade teachers and students to aid in the study of the United States regions. Items found on the Regions of the United States pages are useful for the entire U.S. study and may be referenced prior to, during, and following individual region lessons. To navigate through the pages click on the upper tabs. Return to the home page to access my contact information and poll questions. I would appreciate hearing from you with any suggestions or comments and with poll responses. Enjoy your study of the Regions of the United States!

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Danna Peterson
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Home Region

Which region do you live in?
Northeast: 338 votes (24.04%)
Southeast: 437 votes (31.08%)
Midwest: 307 votes (21.83%)
Southwest: 122 votes (8.68%)
West: 140 votes (9.96%)
Not in the U.S.: 62 votes (4.41%)
Total Votes: 1406
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Regions Visited Poll

Have you ever visited the Northeast Region?
yes: 340 votes (48.71%)
no: 358 votes (51.29%)
Total Votes: 698
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Have you ever visited the Southeast Region?
yes: 416 votes (65%)
no: 224 votes (35%)
Total Votes: 640
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Have you ever visited the Midwest Region?
yes: 263 votes (42.22%)
no: 360 votes (57.78%)
Total Votes: 623
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Have you ever visited the Southwest Region?
yes: 248 votes (41.33%)
no: 352 votes (58.67%)
Total Votes: 600
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Have you ever visited the West Region?
yes: 225 votes (39.61%)
no: 343 votes (60.39%)
Total Votes: 568
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Favorite Region Poll

What is your favorite region?
Northeast: 175 votes (19.89%)
Southeast: 227 votes (25.8%)
Midwest: 222 votes (25.23%)
Southwest: 170 votes (19.32%)
West: 86 votes (9.77%)
Total Votes: 880
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