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7 Continents

Locate and label the following on a map or a globe: the seven continents, the five oceans, the poles, and the equator.
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Michael Thomas

on 12 July 2012

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Transcript of 7 Continents

North America South America Africa Australia Antarctica Europe Asia . Social Studies - 2nd Grade Standard 3
(Geography): Students will use
geographic tools and skills to
locate and describe places on
earth. Objective 2
Demonstrate geographic skills on
a map and a globe. d. Locate and label the
following on a map or a globe:
the seven continents, the five
oceans, the poles, and the
equator. Words to know and use! Utah State Core Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Arctic Ocean Indian Ocean South Pole North Pole Antarctic Ocean A continent is a main land mass of the earth. An ocean is any one of the main sections
of all the water that covers the earth. There are 5 Oceans There are 7 Continents The poles are the two areas near the top and bottom of the Earth's rotational axis. The equator is the imaginary great circle around the earth's surface,
the same distance from both the North and South Poles. It divides the earth into two halves. Created by... Identifying Features of the Earth Equator
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