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Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)

Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
Oceans Mini Book Set (5 Emergent/Easy Readers)
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This mini book set consists of 5 different books: 1 book for each of the oceans. Each page has picture labels and pictures that help early readers figure out unknown words. These work great for your study of the continents and oceans and gives facts that students can write about later! Check out the text below for each of the books so you know exactly what you are going to get with this set.

Atlantic Ocean:
The 5 oceans are between the continents.
It is the 2nd biggest ocean.
The Atlantic Ocean is between North American and Europe.
The equator divides the North Atlantic and the South Atlantic.
It was the first ocean to be crossed by ship.
The Gulf Stream carries warm water from the Gulf of Mexico to Europe.
Icebergs from the Arctic Ocean float into the North Atlantic.

Pacific Ocean:
The 5 oceans are between the 7 continents.
The Pacific Ocean is the biggest ocean.
It covers almost one-third of the Earth.
It is bigger than all of the continents put together.
It is between Asia and Australia and North America and South America.
The Pacific Ocean is the deepest ocean.
The islands of Hawaii are in the Pacific. They are in the middle of the Ring of Fire.
The Great Barrier Reef is in the Pacific. It is off the coast of Australia.

Southern Ocean
The 5 oceans are between the 7 continents.
The Southern Ocean goes around Antarctica.
It is about two times the size of the United States.
It is very cold in the Southern Ocean.
Penguins live on Antarctica and swim in the Southern Ocean.
In the winter over half of the Southern Ocean is covered in ice and icebergs.
The Southern Ocean used to be called the Antarctic Ocean.

Arctic Ocean:
The 5 oceans are between the 7 continents.
The Arctic Ocean is by the North Pole at the top of the Earth.
It is the smallest ocean in the world.
In the winter almost all of it is covered in ice and icebergs.
Polar bears live and swim in the Arctic Ocean..
The walrus swims in the Arctic Ocean.
The ice is melting all the time. The walrus will not have a place to rest.

Indian Ocean:
The 5 oceans are between the 7 continents.
The Indian Ocean is the third biggest ocean.
The Indian Ocean is the warmest ocean.
The Indian Ocean is by the equator.
It is between Africa and Australia.
The Indian Ocean is "land locked" because it has land along three sides.
Ships carry oil through the Indian Ocean from the Middle East to all parts of the world.
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