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7 Continents and 5 Oceans

Students will explore the seven continents, five oceans, prime meridian, equator, and hemispheres.
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Kathryn Cayco

on 9 September 2013

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Transcript of 7 Continents and 5 Oceans

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Let's Explore!
Land and Water
Oceans of the World
The GIANTS
Atlantic
Northern & Southern Hemispheres
Eastern & Western Hemispheres
The Continents
Atlantic Ocean

Pacific
North America
South America
Africa
Europe
North America
Australia
Asia
Pacific Ocean
I Live Here!
Manatee:
~Over 12 feet long!
~Gentle
~Loves vegetables
I Live Here!
Triggerfish:
~Eats everything
~Very grumpy
~Lives in coral reefs
Indian
Africa
Asia
Australia
Antarctica
Indian Ocean
I Live Here!
Clowfish:
~Lives in sea anemones
~Feeds on plankton &
algae
Europe
Asia
Arctic
North America
Arctic Ocean
I Live Here!
Beluga Whale:
~Very sociable
~Slow swimmer
Southern
Antarctica
Southern Sea
I Live Here!
Penguin:
~Lives in land & sea
~Lives in colonies
The Jigsaw Puzzle
http://www.yourchildlearns.com/mappuzzle/continents-puzzle.html
Continents Puzzle Game
Click here
Pictures
Anarctica
South America
Antarctica
Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
Arctic Ocean
Southern Ocean
Equator
Northern Hemisphere
Southern Hemisphere
Equator creates lines
of latitude
Prime Meridian creates lines of longitude
Cool Historical Maps!
Map Of Africa, 1644 by Willem Janszoon Blaeu
European World Map of 1489
by Henricus Martellus
North American Map, 1719
by Herman Moll
References

All of the Ocean Maps, Ocean Pictures & Inhabitants Images from: http://students.umf.maine.edu/katie.l.thomas/public.www/Oceans%20Webpage/homepage.html
World Map: http://media.web.britannica.com/eb-media/59/89959-034-32308B6C.gif
Continents Jigsaw Game: http://www.yourchildlearns.com/mappuzzle/continents-puzzle.html
All Hemispheres, Equator & PM Image: http://media.web.britannica.com/eb-media/65/89965-004-105FBFAB.gif
Map of Africa of 1644: http://amhistory.si.edu/onthewater/oral_histories/life_at_sea/assets/large/2040_map_of_africa010.jpg
European World Map of 1489: http://historyproject.ucdavis.edu/ic/image_details.php?id=12472
North America of 1719: http://mapsof.net/map/america-continent-historical-map-political

*Images were altered for the purpose of this presentation
North America:
Includes 23 countries, including the U.S.
Home of Lake Superior, the world's largest freshwater lake
Antarctica
98% of this continent is covered by ice!

South America
All 14 countries in South America speak Spanish except for Brazil which speaks Portugeuse
The Andes Mountain range on the west coast is the longest in the world
Antarctica

No one lives here permanently

It is the windiest and coldest place on earth!
Africa
Home of the Nile River which is the longest river in the world
Home to 4 of the 5 fastest land animals:
cheetah, wildebeest, lion, gazelle
Europe
Includes 50 countries
Has the worlds' largest country, which is Russia and the worlds' smallest country which is Vatican.
Asia
60% of the world's population lives in Asia
Home of Mt. Everest - worlds highest elevation
(highest mountain)
Includes 55 countries
Australia
Is both a continent and a country
People in Austrialia speak English
Continents from Largest to Smallest...
Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia.
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