Through the Window

Hi Jupiter!

It’s Miss Carvalho here!

What do you know about our new topic?

What do you think you know about cities and other places in America?

What is the weather like in different states in America?

Can you write up what you know about these places?

Can you find any photos of American places?

I am looking forward to reading your blogs!

Have fun!

🙂

 

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9 Responses to Through the Window

  1. yasmin and Nadia says:

    The Condition the United States varies due to its positioning of states in condition, and range of geographic features I

    Much of the Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada, and the Cascade Range are alpine. The climate along the coast of California is Mediterranean, while the upper West coast areas in coastal Oregon and Washington are cool temperate oceanic.

  2. Jayden\Chakola!!!! says:

    America is one of the biggest country in the world, the empire state used to be the biggest building in the whole world. It is very hot in America the whether is usually like this.America is a busy place with lots of verities of shops, America is also know for how many contest there is such as, food contests and beauty contests. America is also famous for how many theatre’s. The whether is different in each part of America for example coastal Oregon and Washington are cool temperate
    oceanic, while Hawaii is in the middle of the pacific ocean, is tropical. In Washington there is many important landmarks
    such as the white house, and the ford theatre and the Lincoln museum.

  3. Kevin and Omar says:

    Some of the facts about North America are: it is the third largest continent, named after the voyager Americo Vespucci and it is made up of twenty-four countries. North America is occupied by about 502 million people, who speak English, Spanish, or French. Another fact is that Mexico City is the biggest city in North America and Alaska’s Mount McKinley is the tallest summit, while Death Valley, in California, remains the lowest point on the continent.

    Declining Fish Populations
    The greatest dangers to the trout in the
    freshwater rivers throughout New York
    are low levels of dissolved oxygen, slow
    stream velocity, low depth of flow, high
    water temperature, and high levels of turbidity.
    All these conditions could occur
    with increased temperature and increased
    drought conditions as a result of climate
    change, leading to the formation of
    oxygen-poor conditions that will suffocate
    trout embryos.

    Northeast Regional Greenhouse
    Gas Initiative
    Americans cannot continue to rely on
    voluntary approaches to address the
    threat of climate change. Protecting the
    last great places in New York for our
    children and our grandchildren depends
    on the adoption of practical regulations
    like the Northeast States’ Regional
    Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a market-
    based proposal to place caps on carbon
    dioxide emissions from power
    plants. RGGI will achieve greenhouse
    gas reductions at the lowest possible
    cost and will serve as a model for other
    multi-state and federal efforts.

    A rise in sea level would seriously threaten miles of natural shoreline that provide undisturbed
    nesting habitat for birds and turtles as well as a refuge for rare beach plants on Shelter Island’s
    Mashomack Preserve.

    New York citizens have made substantial investments
    in protecting the diverse and critical natural
    resources throughout New York State, from
    the estuaries on Long Island to the forests of
    upstate New York. For example, on Long
    Island’s Peconic and Great South Bay, environmentally
    and economically important shellfish
    beds and coastal properties are at risk from sea
    level rise. On the Tug Hill Plateau, Adirondacks,
    and Catskills, large tracts of forest with economically
    and ecologically valuable tree species, like
    sugar maples and spruce, are likely to be significantly
    affected by the northward shift in their
    range.
    Increases in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the
    atmosphere have caused global temperatures to increase by
    more than 1°F over the past century. This global warming has
    resulted mainly from human activities such as the combustion of
    fossil fuels and deforestation. Global temperatures are expected
    to rise more this century as emissions of heat-trapping gases
    continue to mount. While the impacts of climate change will vary
    from region to region, it’s clear that almost every place on the
    planet will be affected.

    Although New Yorkers produce more heat trapping
    gasses than all of Central America and
    Mexico combined, the State has a tremendous
    resource in its people, who now have the opportunity
    to lead the way in finding solutions to climate
    change and reducing its impact on future
    generations.

  4. sabirin and fatma says:

    The fastest growing city in pure numbers was New York which grew by 70,000 people in the 2010 census which despite seeming large represented less than 1% growth it i•Cities in the South and West are growing much faster than cities in the Midwest and Northeast, but across the country cities are seeing growths near to Hoboken .

  5. shuab and yusuf says:

    The weather in north America is crucially freezing because they have major blizzards . The degrees are -26c as low as the
    Antarctic coast .
    New York has a famous statue called liberty and there was an accident that had happened in the 11th of November 2001.
    which made the twin building fall down and crash into each other.
    The white house is were

  6. Ubaid and Abdullah says:

    Hi Miss Carvalho,
    We know that a famous state in America is called New York. New York has a notorious statue called The Statue Of Liberty. Another well-known building is The Empire State Building. The climate in America depends on where someone is. For example, on the Southern eastern and western coasts, it’s hot and humid.

    Fantastic Facts!
    There are so many facts about America. To start with, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum was the world’s first museum exclusively for kids. This museum was in New York. Another amazing fact is that in Los Angeles Hollywood. It is where the most famous movies were filmed. California is the USA’s most populous state with almost 40,000,000 residents. Three out of the ten largest U. S. cities are in California: Los Angeles, San Diego and San Jose.

    B Abdullah and Ubaid 🙂

  7. : ) Massi and Ruby : ) says:

    Barack Obama Barack Obama lives at the White House in Washington, DC. Before becoming President he lived in Chicago.With a father from Kenya and a mother from Kansas, President Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961. He was raised with help from his grandfather, who served in Patton’s army, and his grandmother, who worked her way up from the secretarial pool to middle management at a bank. After working his way through college with the help of scholarships and student loans, President Obama moved to Chicago, where he worked with a group of churches to help rebuild communities devastated by the closure of local steel plants.The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate strait, the mile-wide, three-mile-long channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in the middle of New York Harbour, in Manhattan, New York City .The Empire State Building is a 103-story skyscraper located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street

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