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Standard 3.1.3.PR

3.1.3.PR Identify the spatial hierarchy of political and physical geographic features.

Grade(s): 3, 4, 5

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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The Coastal Zone | South Carolina Geography
The Coastal Zone | South Carolina Geography

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The Coastal zone is the region of the state where creeks and rivers are affected by the ebb and flow of ocean tides. (In some places, such as Virginia, the term "tidewater" is used to describe this...
The Coastal Plain | South Carolina Geography
The Coastal Plain | South Carolina Geography

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The Coastal Plain, a region low in elevation, generally consists of a surface gently sloping toward the ocean. It can be divided into an Inner Coastal Plain and an Outer Coastal Plain. Including...
The Sandhills | South Carolina Geography
The Sandhills | South Carolina Geography

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The Fall Line (or, more accurately, the Fall Zone) basically separates the Piedmont from the Coastal Plain- the Up Country from the Low Country. However, wedged in between is a separate landform...
The Piedmont | South Carolina Geography
The Piedmont | South Carolina Geography

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The word "piedmont" means "foot of the mountain." This region is hilly and comprises approximately one third of the state. It includes all or portions of Greenville, Spartanburg, Cherokee, Oconee...
Aiken State Park | Destination: SC Parks
Aiken State Park | Destination: SC Parks

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Aiken State Park was built in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps and its the second-oldest park in South Carolina. Many of the structures built still remain standing today. There is a lot of...