This tutorial will help students learn more about the different regions in California.
Objectives: 4.1 Students demonstrate an understanding of the physical and human geographic features that define places and regions in
The Four Major Regions of California.
The Desert Regions: Desert Regions have unique ecosystems and habitants. All deserts are located in Southern California, there are three main deserts, The Mojave Desert, Colorado Desert, and The Great Basin Desert.
The Coastal Regions: Most of California's Coastal region is rocky and with chilly waters. The state of California has two natural Bays, the San Francisco and San Diego Bay.
The mountain regions: Over half of the land in the state of California is covered with mountains. There are two major ranges of mountains in California, The Sierra Nevada and Coast ranges.
The Desert Regions: Desert regions have unique ecosystems and habitants. All deserts are located in southern California. There are three main deserts in California, The Mojave Desert, Colorado Desert, and Great Basin Desert.
A song by Diane Main about the California Regions
This link will take you to a Sciencing website, it will show you and give you more information about the California Regions.
The Central Valley Region: The Central Valley is a Flat valley that dominates the geographical center of the United States. The Central Valley is California's most productive agricultural regions and one of the most productive of the world.
A song by Diane Main about the California Major Regions.