5 oceans names

This is a Mini Book to help review or introduce the 7 continents and 5 oceans. There are several different world maps here to show as well as a separate page for each student to identify the shape of each continent. This is also a fill in the blank book where students have to write in the names of each continent.

This is a Mini Book to help review or introduce the 7 continents and 5 oceans. There are several different world maps here to show as well as a separate page for each student to identify the shape of each continent. This is also a fill in the blank book where students have to write in the names of each continent.

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Am I the only one who thought there were 4? When did this southern ocean become a thing? Am I becoming Sherlock? Did I just delete a whole ocean?!

Am I the only one who thought there were 4? When did this southern ocean become a thing? Am I becoming Sherlock? Did I just delete a whole ocean?!

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Body & Five Senses Pack (example mystery sound tubes)
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This is a Mini Book to help review or introduce the 7 continents and 5 oceans. There are several different world maps here to show as well as a separate page for each student to identify the shape of each continent. This is also a fill in the blank book where students have to write in the names of each continent

This is a Mini Book to help review or introduce the 7 continents and 5 oceans. There are several different world maps here to show as well as a separate page for each student to identify the shape of each continent. This is also a fill in the blank book where students have to write in the names of each continent

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A great way to include science and literacy. Have students either draw out their own sea creature or pick on already up on the board. Then have students either sound out the name of their creature or look it up. Create an underwater display that allows the students to see the diversity that lives under the sea! This could be supplemented with an underwater unit or books.

A great way to include science and literacy. Have students either draw out their own sea creature or pick on already up on the board. Then have students either sound out the name of their creature or look it up. Create an underwater display that allows the students to see the diversity that lives under the sea! This could be supplemented with an underwater unit or books.

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Free montessori printables for teaching the names of the 5 oceans.  Perfect in Montessori classroom or for Key Stage 1

Free montessori printables for teaching the names of the 5 oceans. Perfect in Montessori classroom or for Key Stage 1

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Ocean Park Hong Kong 香港海洋公園 A pair of Giant Pandas, a male named An An (安安) and a female called Jia Jia (佳佳)

Ocean Park Hong Kong 香港海洋公園 A pair of Giant Pandas, a male named An An (安安) and a female called Jia Jia (佳佳)

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Looking for a printable coloring map of the 5 oceans? We have designed a custom…
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