directions- the directions north (N), south (S), east
(E), and west (W)
rose- tells you directions, or which way you need to go
to get to some place
one of the seven main land areas on the earth
scale- a scale used to measure the distance or how far
something is between two places on a map
imaginary line that is halfway between the North Pole and the South Pole
means half of the earth
a model of the Earth that shows us where places are located on our planet
is where something is found
a flat picture or drawing of the earth that shows us where places are located
on our planet
a large body of salt water
a phrase used to show relationships
meridian- the great circle which divides the earth in half vertically
creating the Eastern and Western Hemispheres
where something is located
shows us where places on Earth are located
To name the seven continents, think of the letter a,
and when you're down to only one an "e" will save the day!
There is Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Asia, too.
The oceans run between us, with waters deep and blue.
There is also two America's, North and South you see,
and now you're coming to the end, Europe starts with "E!"
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