Features of Water
Basic Geography 2
The oceans of Planet Earth have four
major parts.
We often think of these parts as separate oceans,
but they are all conne...
What ocean is the arrow pointing to?
Arctic
Indian
Atlantic

Pacific
Oceans are subdivided into smaller bodies of
water. Words like “sea” or “gulf” sometimes
describe bodies of water that are...
The Gulf of Mexico is a body of water east of Mexico
and south of the United States. Draw an “X” to show
where you think t...
A bay is part of an ocean that is mostly
surrounded by land. A bay is usually
smaller than a sea or a gulf.
Bays offer she...
What two countries/regions are near the Bay of Biscay?

Spain and Portugal
France and Spain
France and Algeria
A strait is a narrow channel of water
between two land masses.
The Bering Strait
is between Russia
and the U.S. state
of A...
What is the name of the strait that lies between the
Australian states of Victoria and Tasmania?
Bass Strait
Clarke Strait...
A lake is a body of water completely
surrounded by land. Most lakes contain
fresh water.
The Great Lakes
on the border of
...
Lake Baikal contains more fresh water than any
other lake in the world because it is so deep.
Circle Lake Baikal on the ma...
On the map below of an imaginary world, draw a line from
a label to a correct sample land feature. There is more
than one ...
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Features of water

  1. 1. Features of Water Basic Geography 2
  2. 2. The oceans of Planet Earth have four major parts. We often think of these parts as separate oceans, but they are all connected to each other. Arctic Ocean Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean
  3. 3. What ocean is the arrow pointing to? Arctic Indian Atlantic Pacific
  4. 4. Oceans are subdivided into smaller bodies of water. Words like “sea” or “gulf” sometimes describe bodies of water that are all or partly surrounded by land. The Mediterranean Sea is one body of water that connects to the Atlantic Ocean through a narrow passage. Mediterranean Sea
  5. 5. The Gulf of Mexico is a body of water east of Mexico and south of the United States. Draw an “X” to show where you think the Gulf of Mexico is. Can you also find the Gulf of California?
  6. 6. A bay is part of an ocean that is mostly surrounded by land. A bay is usually smaller than a sea or a gulf. Bays offer shelter to ships. Cities that depend on trade are often located around bays. Narragansett Bay, in Rhode Island, United States, has a history of seagoing trade.
  7. 7. What two countries/regions are near the Bay of Biscay? Spain and Portugal France and Spain France and Algeria
  8. 8. A strait is a narrow channel of water between two land masses. The Bering Strait is between Russia and the U.S. state of Alaska.
  9. 9. What is the name of the strait that lies between the Australian states of Victoria and Tasmania? Bass Strait Clarke Strait Phillip Strait
  10. 10. A lake is a body of water completely surrounded by land. Most lakes contain fresh water. The Great Lakes on the border of the United States and Canada are some of the biggest lakes in the world.
  11. 11. Lake Baikal contains more fresh water than any other lake in the world because it is so deep. Circle Lake Baikal on the map.
  12. 12. On the map below of an imaginary world, draw a line from a label to a correct sample land feature. There is more than one correct answer for most of the labels. Gulf or Sea Ocean Lake Strait Bay
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