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3rd grade Geography

TermDefinition
equator An imaginary line around the middle of the earth that divides the globe into the northern and southern hemispheres
Prime Meridian An imaginary line that divides the globe into the eastern and western hemispheres
hemisphere Half of a sphere (globe) created by the prime meridian or the equator
regions Places that have common characteristics
visual aids maps, tables, graphs, charts, and pictures used to gather and classify geographic information
Cardinal Directions a compass rose with North, East, South, and West
grid map a letter-number grid map to locate specific coordinates
What hemisphere is North America located? Northern Hemisphere
What ocean borders the western coast of North America? Pacific Ocean
What ocean borders the eastern coast of North America? Atlantic Ocean
If I was in South America and I wanted to go to Africa, what ocean would I cross? Atlantic Ocean
What continent is in the north-eastern hemisphere? Asia
What continent is north of South America? North America
What ocean borders the eastern coast of Asia? Indian Ocean
If I wanted to go from Asia to Australia, which direction would I move? South
What ocean is north of Antarctica? Southern Ocean
What ocean is north of Europe? Artic Ocean
What continent is south of Asia? Australia
What continent is south of Europe? Africa
Created by: Vigilrs
 

 



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