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  • 1. Agenda-Attendance- “7 Continents & 5 Oceans” packet.- Ticket to Leave-A-Agenda Book
  • 2. 7 Continents and Created by 5 Oceans Mr. Raponi
  • 3. This is the part of the worldNorth America that we live in. This continent consists of the  United States  _____________________  _____________________  Greenland. The entire U.S. is in North America. The 48 continental states as well as the other two states that are not directly attached.
  • 4. Mt. Rushmore in United States
  • 5. The Grand Canyon
  • 6. Chichen Itza in Mexico
  • 7. South America sits just belowSouth America North America and is made up of many smaller countries. South America is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east. Some of the major countries that make up S. America are  _________________  Peru  _________________  Chile  Venezuela  Columbia
  • 8. Statue of Christ in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
  • 9. Macchu Picchu in Peru
  • 10. Africa is set across theAfrica ______________ Ocean from the Americas. Africa has more _____________________ on its continent than any of the other six continents. There are very different _________________ within Africa, depending on where you are. Some of these major countries include  Egypt  Kenya  South Africa  Sudan
  • 11. A Lion in a Savanna of Tanzania
  • 12. The Pyramids of Egypt
  • 13. Located above Africa is the continent ofEurope Europe. As we will discuss later in the year, this is where both World Wars were fought. These wars had a major effect on how the world was run after their completion. Some of the major countries that make up Europe are  ____________________  ____________________  Spain  ____________________  United Kingdom
  • 14. Eiffel Tower inParis, France
  • 15. Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pisa, Italy
  • 16. The world’sAntarctica ______________________ continent, also known as the South Pole. This area is an “_______________________” an area of permanent ice and snow. The average winter temperature here is around –76 degrees. If Antarctica’s ice sheets had melted, the world’s oceans would rise by 200 feet!
  • 17. Emperor Penguins in Antarctica
  • 18. The smallestAustralia __________________ and one of the largest __________________all in one. Australia is the world’s 6th largest country Lies between the Pacific and Indian oceans in the Southern Hemisphere. The Australian mainland extends from west to east for nearly 2,500 miles.
  • 19. Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia
  • 20. Asia Asia is the world’s ___________________ and most diverse continent, covering about ______________ of the land area on earth. It has the greatest range of land elevation of any continent. Some of the countries within Asia  China  Russia  Japan  Vietnam  North and South Korea
  • 21. The Taj Mahal in India
  • 22. Petra inJordan
  • 23. Great Wall Of China
  • 24. The Seven Continents Brain Pop Video
  • 25. The five major Oceans on5 Major Oceans the Earth consist of the following. ________________ Pacific Ocean ________________ Arctic Ocean ____________________- is another name for what has traditionally been considered to be the southernmost portions of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian
  • 26. Australia
  • 27. Ticket To Leave-Think about what we talked abouttoday.-Write down three bits ofinformation on a piece of paperand hand it in to me before youleave.