an imaginary line that circles the globe halfway between the North and South poles.
an imaginary line that runs though Greenwich, England. It represents 0 degrees longitude.
the east-west lines that are parallel to each other.
the north and south lines, pass through the poles.
large landmasses; they are seven of them
the equator divides the globe into 2 halves.
the half north of the equator.
the southern half of the equator
the eastern part of prime meridian
the western part of the prime meridian
Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and Artic ocean.
The Four main oceans of the world
Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antartica, Europe and Australia
Continents ranking from largest to smallest
Is covered most of the earth's surface
shows the directions of where you headed on a map.
Southeast, Southwest, Northeast, and Northwest
North, East, South, and West
Tropic of Cancer
23 1/2 degrees North
Tropic of Capricorn
23 1/2 degrees South