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Wiltja Geography

All Around The World

TermDefinition
continents Large land masses with countries inside of them (except Australia).
oceans The largest bodies of water in The World.
Antarctica The frozen continent is _________.
Australia The World's largest island is ___________.
Australasia Australia, New Zealand and neighbouring islands in the South Pacific.
Africa The continent that includes countries such as Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya and Egypt.
Asia The continent that includes countries such as Russia, China, Japan and Vietnam.
Europe The continent that includes countries such as Italy, Greece, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
Eurasia Eurasia is the combined landmass of Europe and Asia.
North America The continent that includes countries such as the USA and Canada.
South America The continent that includes countries such as Chile, Brazil and Peru.
Pacific Ocean The ocean situated between the Americas and Asia/Australasia.
Indian Ocean The ocean surrounded by Africa, Asia and Australia.
Atlantic Ocean The ocean in between the Americas and Europe/Africa.
Arctic Ocean The ocean surrounding the North Pole.
Southern Ocean The ocean surrounding the South Pole.
Earth The planet we live on.
landmasses The largest areas of land on Earth.
largest The biggest of all.
islands Small landmasses surrounded by the ocean.
seas Small areas of the ocean.
rivers Long stretches of water.
lakes Bodies of water found inland.
water One of Earth's main features that is not land.
hemisphere A half of the earth, usually as divided into northern and southern halves by the equator. Or into western and eastern halves by an imaginary line passing through the poles.
different Not the same as another thing.
Sydney The largest city in Australia. NOT the capital city of Australia.
countries More than one country.
city A large place populated by people that usually has lots of buildings and vehicles.
population The amount of people living in a city, town or country.
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