What is a continent?

In this lesson we are going to be learning about the seven continents. We are going to learn what a Geographer is and how important they are. We will be looking at the seven continents, comparing their size and location on our planet. We will then be learning all about what the equator is. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil for this lesson. Let's get started!

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Quiz:

What is a continent?

Welcome to our end of lesson quiz! Have a go at answering some of the questions below. Read the question then find the answer. Some questions may have more than one answer.

Q1.What is a continent?

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Q2.How many continents are there?

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Q3.Which is the smallest continent?

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Q4.Which is the smallest place to live?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

What is a continent?

Welcome to our end of lesson quiz! Have a go at answering some of the questions below. Read the question then find the answer. Some questions may have more than one answer.

Q1.What is a continent?

1/4

Q2.How many continents are there?

2/4

Q3.Which is the smallest continent?

3/4

Q4.Which is the smallest place to live?

4/4

Lesson summary: What is a continent?

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