Combo with Social Studies: Labeling the 7 Continents and 5 Oceans and 1 other
What Continent is Number 1?
What Continent is Number 2?
What Continent is Number 3?
What Continent is Number 4?
What Continent is Number 5?
What Continent is Number 6?
What Continent is Number 7?
What Ocean is Number 1?
What Ocean is Number 2?
What Ocean is Number 3?
What Ocean is Number 4?
What Ocean is Number 5?
(adj) next to; touching; adjoining
a graphic that compares distance on a map to the actual distance
N, S, E, W
NE, NW, SE, SW
directional arrow that shows cardinal/intermediate directions on a map
guide/list that explains the symbols on a map
a smaller map set within the border of a large one
border between countries
units of latitiude or longitude
imaginary line that runs through the center of Earth halfway b/t North & South poles @ 0 degrees
Meridians/Lines of Longitude
imaginary lines b/t North and South poles
point on Earth @ 90 degrees N latitude, where the lines of longitude meet
Parallels/Lines of Latitude
imaginary lines on Earth that run parallel to the equator
imaginary line that runs from the North Pole to the South Pole of Earth at 0 degrees longitude
point on Earth located at 90 degrees S latitude where the lines of longitude meet
The Four Hemispheres
Western, Eastern, Northern, Southern
half of the Earth
0 degrees latitude
0 degrees longitude
90 degrees N latitude
90 degrees S latitude
a large, level area that rises above the surrounding land; has at least one side with a steep slope
the height of land above or below sea level
a deep crack in the Earth' s surface
a river or sream that flows into a larger river
rich in the substances plants need to grow
to supply with water through a ditch, pipe, channel, or sprinkler
a long period of little or no rain
a fertile place in the desert where there is water and vegetation
a region of tall grasses with scattered trees
a person who has no permanent, settled home and instead moves from place to place
raising just enough crops to support one' s family
a crop that is raised for sale
a system for producing, distributing, consuming, and owning goods and services
to add variety to: to expand a country' s economy by increasing the variety of goods produced