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This activity includes two different maps of the Ocean Floor. In both activities students are provided with a word bank. They use the word bank to label the different parts of the Ocean Floor and then are asked to answer a quick Short Answer question. This activity can be used as a Quick Check Quiz,
This resource contains 1 worksheet for students to label all 7 continents and 4 oceans on a map. Worksheets contain a word bank. A 2nd worksheet contains spaces for writing in answers if you are using the resource as a printable worksheet. Answer key included. This is a Google Apps resource that use
I created this labeling map to help my students identify the continents and oceans that they are expected to know as part of our first grade geography unit. I suggest blowing this up on 11 x 17 paper, but it would be just as effective if printed on regular sized paper.I hope your students enjoy this
1st - 6th
This interactive Slides activity focuses on the Earth's continents and oceans. The post actually contains four assignments all-in-one. Slide #1 is a drag-and-drop for continents, slide #2 involves labeling the continents (clickable text boxes but no word bank), slide #4 is a drag-and-drop for oceans
Included is a PowerPoint presentation that identifies the 7 continents in three ways. The first is presented on a slide that duplicates the student worksheet (included). Then each of the continents are viewed on the world, hemisphere, and continental maps. Also included are two (2) KEYNOTE prese
A blank world map and cut-and-paste labels. Students can label the 7 continents, 5 oceans, and the Equator and Prime Meridian.Includes: 2-page PDFPart of the Continents and Oceans bundle (coming soon)----------------------------------------PLEASE NOTE:Files are designed for printing on A4 or A3 pap
3rd - 5th

Also included in: Continents/Oceans Bundle

These worksheets are part of my Ocean Unit.Each ocean animal worksheet includes 4 versions for differentiation. 1. Cut-and-paste the words to label the picture2. Write the label using words from a word bank 3. Write the label without a word bank 4. Label the animal and write a sentence using some of
This is the same Continents and Oceans Map Labeling handout that I uploaded recently. This is the PDF version of the same file.
2nd - 4th
This is a geography worksheet where students solve riddles about the five oceans by locating them on a world map. The Southern Ocean is labeled on this map. Students need knowledge of north, south, east and west. It is appropriate for elementary students in grades first, second, third, fourth or fi
1st - 5th, Adult Education
NO PREP and 100% Digital! Students will practice naming the seven continents and five oceans with with these digital worksheets. Students will click and drag to name the continents and oceans, fill in the blank to name the continents and oceans, cut, paste, and resize continents shapes using an outl
Ocean Floor and Ocean Water Characteristics_NO PREP WORKSHEETS:These worksheets are enabled with Easel Activity Tool to use by your students for device-based learning along with Printable Version. So directly you can assign this activity to your students as a part of the Digital Distance Learning.Ho
5th - 9th
Includes dolphin, shark, crab, and fish, in which students must use the words in the boxes to label the structures on each animal. This can be done in small groups or individually and is appropriate for grades K-3.
K - 3rd
Label the continents and oceans with a word bank.
PreK - 4th
This resource contains 1 worksheet for students to label all 7 continents and 4 oceans on a map. Worksheets contain a word bank. A 2nd worksheet contains spaces for writing in answers if you are using the resource as a printable worksheet. Answer key included. File comes as both a PDF for printin
Look closely at different ocean animal photos and use great vocabulary to label! Includes 8 real pictures and a recording page!Happy Labeling, Rita
This set of Boom Cards uses the drag and drop method to allow students to label the body parts of ocean animals. There are 15 cards.Preview hereSee more of our products at Functionally FunCredits:Creative ClipsKhrys Greco Cheeky Cherubs
Not Grade Specific
You will receive one worksheet in which students are required to cut and paste labels for continents and oceans onto a world map.
Have students label each continent and ocean digitally with drag and drop numbers on the side or print and have students write them in. There are three maps included- Continents, oceans, and a combined map with continents and oceans. Answer keys are included for all three.This is made using Google
This lesson is great for beginning your elementary/early middle school social studies geography unit! A double-sided worksheet allows students to label continents and oceans on the front, while taking guided notes on 10 geography terms (continent, ocean, bay, isthmus, peninsula, straight, glacier, e
This product features photos of ocean animals with matching word labels. This photo version is great for practicing or assessing a student’s labeling skills. These activities are perfect for early learners or students with language delays. They are a great way to build vocabulary and to work towar
Not Grade Specific
This large image of our worlds oceans is perfect for student labeling after being taught about our worlds oceans. There are directions at the bottom of this work page for students to follow that will ensure their understanding of the oceans locations.
Use this map for assessment at any stage of a unit around mapping of Australia.I use both at the beginning and end of the unit and compare to display what they've learned along the way.
1st - 6th
Students need to label the world map with the correct continent and ocean names in Mandarin.
K - 12th
This ocean animals nonfiction mega unit, is a perfect addition to your ocean study. This unit includes activities for 7 popular ocean animals. The animals included are sharks, whales, dolphins, crabs, sea turtles, jellyfish, and octopuses. You get 7 crafts (one for each animal), 7 emergent readers (

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