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Globe Test Review

Continents, Oceans, Lat, Long

Seven Continents North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Antarctica, Australia, and Europe.
Five Oceans Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Artic, Southern (Antartic)
Lines of Longitude Up and down
Lines of Latitude Side to side, left and right
Equator Line that separates north and south hemispheres
Prime Meridian Line that separates east and west hemispheres.
Which ocean is the biggest? Pacific Ocean
How much of the globe is covered with water? 3/4
What is the biggest Continent? Asia
Which Ocean is the closet to where we live in Abu Dhabi? Indian Ocean
What is the smallest Continent? Australia
Hemisphere Half a sphere
What is "like a belt" that goes around earth? Equator
True or False You can see lines of latitude and longitude False
True or False Abu Dhabi is in the nothern hemisphere True
Created by: znzidek