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Compass Rose

Description: Here is a compass rose to print out, mark the directions and color. Use it to give directions to your friends! Standard 1.2.3

Author: Enchanted Learning

Lesson ID: 248

Continental Rap

Description: Using a pointer, point to all of the continents on a map. Then teach this rap to the students to learn the names and locations of the continents the fun way. Standard 1.2.1

Author: M. Aubin, Elm River Township School

Lesson ID: 258

Continents and Oceans Quiz

Description: Here is a map quiz to test knowledge of the the oceans and continent names. Help with reading the questions may be needed for young students. Standards 1.2.1

Author: Test your Geography Knowledge

Lesson ID: 75

Continents and Oceans Quiz

Description: Here is a world map showing the oceans and continents to study and color. Learn their names to impress your friends and take the quiz. Standard 1.2.1

Author: Enchanted Learning

Lesson ID: 259

Early Childhood: Where Learning Begins - Geography

Description: Here are a wealth of activities to do at home and school to learn basic information about the world and to answer questions like: Where Is It? What Is It Like? How Do We Adjust To Where We Live? How Do People, Things, and Ideas Move From One Place To Another? and There Is So Much In the World - How Can We Look At It All? Standards K.4 all, 1.2 all, and 2.2 all

Author: Carol Sue Fromboluti and Carol Seefeldt, U.S. Department of Education

Lesson ID: 335

Enchanted Learning - Geography

Description: Explore a wealth of geographic concepts and learning activities on the continents, oceans, flags, and explorers. There are map reading activities, printouts, vocabulary words, and much more. Standards K.4.2, K.4.3, K.4.4, 1.2.1, 1.2.3, 2.2.1, and 2.2.2

Author: Enchanted

Lesson ID: 357

Expanding Our World

Description: After reading and discussing This Is Our Earth by Laura Lee Benson, students will identify the different regions of the classroom, school and neighborhood by creating maps with map keys indicating the regions. Standard K.4.4 and 1.2.1, 1.2.2, and 1.2.3

Author: , California Geographic Alliance

Lesson ID: 375

Geographic Groceries

Description: Explore the regions of your grocery store to see which foods hang out together--and why. Draw a simple map of your grocery store's regions. Can you think of names a geographer might give each region? The frozen foods region might be Antarctica, and the bread aisle could be the Wheat Belt. Standards 1.2.3 and 2.2.1

Author: National Geographic Xpeditions

Lesson ID: 441


Description: Here is a great National Geographic Society game to help make learning the continents, countries of the world, and states and provinces in North America fun. See if you can beat the timer! Standards 1.2.1, and 5.9.0

Author: National Geographic Society

Lesson ID: 442

Great Places Online

Description: Use this amazing website to see the differences between the driest deserts of Namibia, the wettest lands of the Amazon, the highest mountains of Tibet, and the coldest ice flows in Greenland. See first hand how these differences affect the way people live. Here is a wonderful way to see the relationship between people and places. Send a postcard or answer the question of the week. Standard 1.2.4

Author: Science Museum of Minnesota

Lesson ID: 473

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