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Model Small copy of the real thing
Globe Model of Earth
Map Drawing showing what something looks like from above
Map Parts Map title, map key, map scale, compass rose
Title Tells what kind of information you will find on the map
Key The box on a map that explains it's symbols
Scale Used to figure out distances between places on map
Compass Rose Drawing showing whre North, South, East and West Are
Map symbol Something used on a map to stand for real places and things
Abbreviation Shortened form of a word
Inset Map A small map printed on a larger map
Special purpose map A map with specific purpose
Oceans Largest bodies of water on Earth
Earth's Oceans Arctic, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian
Continent Largest bodies of land on Earth
How many continents are threre? 7
7 continents North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica
Equator Line drawn on maps and globes dividing Earth into Northern and Southern Hemisphere halfway between North and South Poles
Hemisphere Half of the Earth
Which Continent is farthest South Antarctica
Created by: chrissy5115