What are the North-South and East-West liness called on a map?
Longitude and latitude
What is a non-renewable resource?
A resource that is not able to be replaced.
Why is water so important to Virginians?
Drinking water, watering crops, water recreation, renewable resource for power
What are some examples of non-renewable resources?
Coal, iron, oil
Why do people want to visit Virginia - at least 3, what can they do and see?
Richmond - see the capital of the state Virginia Beach - surf in the ocean Chincoteague Island - see the wild ponies
Where is Washington DC located in relation to Virginia?
What are the intermediate directions on a compass?
NE, NW, SW, SE
What states border Virginia?
Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, West Virginia
Virginia produces large quantities of which fossil fuel?
What are the cardinal directions on a compass?
North, South, West and East
What does temperate mean?
Having mild temperatures
What is a renewable resource?
A resource that can be used over again.
What are examples of renewable resources?
Water, wind, sun, soil, trees
What kinds of different landforms and features do you find in Virginia?
Caverns, caves, rivers, valleys, plateaus, pennisulas, waterfalls
Be able to locate on a map - Washington DC, the 3 peninsulas, Mt. Rogers, the Eastern Shore, the Great Dismal Swamp, Richmond, and Lake Drummond
Do it :o)
In what two hemispheres is Virginia located?
West and North
What three peninsulas are formed by the Potomac, Rappahanock, York, and James Rivers?
Northern Neck, Middle Peninsula, and The Peninsula
What part of Virginia is separated from the rest of the state?
What word describes the climate of Virginia?