Keystage 1 Geography The Five Oceans Printable Worksheets

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The Five Oceans Quiz

The Five Oceans Quiz

Explore the Oceans Quiz for KS1 PupilsThis quiz isn't just about finding the right answers - it's a journey to explore our amazing oceans! Pupils learn which ocean is the biggest, discover where penguins live, and find out that some oceans are warm while others are icy. Children read through the questions and circle the correct answer from the options (a, b, or c). 

Age: 6 - 7
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The Five Oceans Vocabulary Cards

The Five Oceans Vocabulary Cards

The Five Oceans Vocabulary CardsUse these vocabulary cards to spark curiosity about the world's oceans. Each card provides the name and location of one of the five oceans. Whether used in classrooms or homeschooling settings, they provide an engaging resource for geography lessons, homework, vocabulary building, or matching activities.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plastics in the Oceans Cloze Activity

Plastics in the Oceans Cloze Activity

Plastics in the OceansThis handy geography worksheet will enhance students' understanding and knowledge about the critical issue of plastic pollution in the oceans. By filling in the blanks in this cloze activity, students will learn about why it's important to keep the oceans clean and how plastic can harm the animals that live there.

Age: 6 - 7
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Facts about the Oceans

Facts about the Oceans

Facts about the Oeans worksheetTeachers and parents can use this worksheet as part of a lesson on geography or as a standalone activity to spark curiosity about the oceans. It's a blend of fun and education, ensuring that young learners enjoy the process of discovering interesting facts about our oceans. Students read through the facts about our oceans and circle true or false after each statement. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Label the Five Oceans

Label the Five Oceans

Label the five oceansLabelling the oceans introduces KS1 pupils to fundamental geography, helping them recognise the locations of these significant water bodies on a world map. By identifying and labelling the oceans, students learn new ocean-related vocabulary, such as "Pacific," "Arctic," and "Southern." Pupils use the words from the word bank to label the five oceans. Children can colour the picture when they are finished. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Southern Ocean Fact File

Southern Ocean Fact File

Southern Ocean Fact FileThese fun facts about the Southern Ocean offer young learners a glimpse into this remote and unique part of the world, encouraging their curiosity about Earth's diverse oceans and the importance of preserving our planet's ecosystems.

Age: 6 - 7
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Arctic Ocean Fact File

Arctic Ocean Fact File

Arctic Ocean Fact FileThese fact files and true or false statements about the Arctic Ocean introduce KS1 pupils to the fascinating Arctic region, its wildlife, and geography, fostering their interest in the world's diverse oceans.Here are some facts about the Arctic Ocean:The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world's oceans.During the winter, much of the Arctic Ocean's surface is covered by sea ice, which can be several meters thick.In the Arctic Circle, during summer, the sun doesn't set for several months, leading to the phenomenon of the "midnight sun." Conversely, during winter, the region experiences the "polar night" where the sun doesn't rise for several months.The Arctic Ocean is home to diverse and fascinating wildlife, including polar bears, Arctic foxes, narwhals, and walruses, specially adapted to survive in the extreme cold.

Age: 6 - 7
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Indian Ocean Fact File

Indian Ocean Fact File

Indian Ocean Fact FileThese fact files and true or false statements introduce KS1 pupils to the Indian Ocean and its fascinating features, promoting curiosity and learning about this vital part of our planet's geography.

Age: 6 - 7
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Atlantic Ocean Fact File

Atlantic Ocean Fact File

Atlantic Ocean activityThese fact files and true or false statements about the Atlantic Ocean aim to educate KS1 pupils about this significant body of water and its unique characteristics. By incorporating interesting facts and interactive activities, young learners can enhance their knowledge of the Atlantic Ocean in an engaging way.

Age: 6 - 7
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Pacific Ocean Fact File

Pacific Ocean Fact File

Pacific Ocean Fact File activityThese fact files and true or false statements are designed to provide KS1 pupils with interesting information about the Pacific Ocean while also testing their comprehension and critical thinking skills. They aim to engage young learners in ocean exploration and expand their knowledge about this fascinating part of our planet.

Age: 6 - 7
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