Alaska A‐Z project By: Gibril
A is for agriculture. During the summer people farm for 20 hours in the sun.
B is for bears. These polar bears look friendly but they are not.
C is for culture. There are many people from all over the world that live in Alaska. Most of them are from Russia.
D is for dog. The husky is an Alaskan dog. It is also a type of wolf.
E is for earthquake. During the 1964 earthquake people saw houses sink.
F is for flag. The flag doesn't have that many compared to other states.
G is for gulf. Alaska is surrounded by two oceans and one gulf. One ocean is the Arc c Ocean.
H is for halibut. Halibut is a type of fish that is s ll well known today.
I is for Iditarod. It is a special event in Anchorage. The people use huskies to guide them.
J is for Juneau. It is the capital of Alaska, which is located in southeastern Alaska.
K is for Kodiak Island. It is one of the biggest islands in the U.S.A.
L is for lakes. Alaska has so many lakes that on the map of Alaska there is a lot of blue.
M is for Mt.McKinley. It is one of the highest points in the U.S.A.
N is for natural resource. Oil is one of Alaska’s natural resources.
O is for KOdiak. Kodiak bears go to the river. That’s were they get fish.
P is for pipeline. Since Alaska has a lot of oil they built a pipeline to carry oil.
Q is for state quarter. The state quarter represents the Alaska brown bear ea ng salmon.
R is for region. Alaska is in the Southwest region. The capital is not in the middle of Alaska.
S is for king salmon. The state fish becomes pink when its cooked.
T is for LighTs. The tradi onal Alaska Northern lights come out in the fall and in the spring.
U is for sprUce. It is a type of wood in the state of Alaska.
V is visit Alaska. Alaska is a very nice place to visit, even though it is very cold.
W is for whales. A whale’s head is hard to see. It’s blue.
X is for eXtreme. Snowboarding is an extreme sport in Alaska.
Y is for Youku River. The Youku River is the third longest river in the U.S.A.
Z is for zoo. The coyote came to
Alaska as an orphan from Baker City, Oregon. Five wolf pups were also rescued.
Published on Jun 5, 2014