The Seven Continents

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The 7  Continents are my absolute favorite unit to teach! I love to expose students to a world that’s bigger than they can imagine!
Teach Students about the 7 Continents with through games & activities!
After many, many years {okay, only a month, but it just seems like years!} of working on this unit, I have finally completed my continent unit, It’s a Small World!
It's a Small World Continents
I am SO excited how it all came together, and that I can finally share it with you!
Here’s a sneak peek at what’s included:
** If you make it to the end of this long post, I promise there’s a reward! 

General Continent Information 

Posters, Facts, Resources, Word Search
and a Hemisphere Project

 Interactive, Informational-Text Book

Students fill in the correct answers {teacher key & student key included!}

Included For Each Continent: 

* Poster
* Resource Page
* Word Search
* 2 Crafts or Art Projects
* 2 traditional Games
* An Informational Spinner!


 The game of Ampe from Ghana & how to make an African Djembe (drum)


Snow Globes, Blubber Experiment & Postcards from Antarctica



Koala Puppets & Boomerangs!


The Danish game of Nimbi, Monet’s Water Lillies & the Italian game of Cencio Mollo

North America

Almohoditas, Totem Poles, & Stick Dice

South America

Rainsticks, Maracas & Hit the Penny Game!
This unit has SO much more – I simply couldn’t include it all in one post! Everything can be made with super simple supplies you probably already have in your classroom! You can find the unit in The Lucky Store!
It's a Small World Lucky to Be in First
I promise there is not a missing space on the real file!
If you’re looking for another way to share the continents with your students, make sure to check out Let’s Learn About the World. It’s a collection of 8 PowerPoint presentations that will give your students a peek at the world…without ever leaving the classroom!
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25 Responses

  1. This is so wonderful! Thank you for sharing! I am currently a grad student in elementary education, and I'm working with 3rd graders on Continents and Oceans. I love all your resources and ideas!

  2. Hi there! I just ran across your It's a Small World Continent Study on Pinterest and I love it!!!! How do I get it? The only thing I can print is the word search at the end. Everything else will only let me "Pin It"…which I did do =)

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