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26 Cards in this Set

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North
South
East
West
North Pole
South Pole
equator
globe
Africa
Antarctica
Asia
Australia
North America
South America
Europe
Indian Ocean
Arctic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
map key
symbols
locator
grid map
landform map
continent
ocean
cardinal directions
intermediate directions
What is the equator?
The equator is an imaginary line around the center of the earth.
Name the cardinal directions.
The cardinal directions are north, south, east, and west.
What are intermediate directions?
Name the intermediate directions.
Intermediate directions are the directions in between the cardinal directions.
The intermediate directions are northeast, southeast, northwest, and southwest.
What is a grid map?
A grid map is a map that uses boxes to find locations.
What is a landform map?
A landform map is a map that shows what the land looks like.
What is a compass rose?
A compass rose shows directions on a map.
What are symbols?
Symbols are pictures that stand for something on a map.
What is a map key?
A map key gives information about symbols used on a map.
What is a hemisphere?
A hemisphere is half of the earth. The earth can be divided into 4 hemispheres. They are the northern, southern, eastern, and western hemispheres.
What is a locator?
A locator is a small box on a map which shows land areas that cannot be seen on the regular map.
Name the 7 continents
Europe,
Asia,
Africa,
Australia,
Antarctica,
North America, and
South America
Name the 4 main oceans
Arctic Ocean,
Indian Ocean,
Atlantic Ocean, and
Pacific Ocean