Keystage 1 Geography The Seven Continents Printable Worksheets

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Capitals and Countries of North America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of North America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of North America Matching ActivityKnowing some of the capital cities of North American countries helps children develop a basic understanding of geography. It allows them to identify the locations of different countries on a map and appreciate the vastness and diversity of the continent. Understanding the capital cities of North America is a stepping stone to developing global awareness. It opens the door for discussions about other continents, countries, and cultures around the world. Children draw a line to match each country with its capital city.

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of South America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of South America Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of South America Matching ActivityThis worksheet will help KS1 pupils learn about the capitals and countries of South America in a fun and interactive way. Enjoy discovering the diverse capitals of this amazing continent! 

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of Europe Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Europe Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Europe Matching ActivityThis worksheet will help KS1 pupils learn about the capitals and countries of Europe in a fun and engaging way. Happy matching and exploring Europe's diverse capitals! 

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of Africa Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Africa Matching Activity

Welcome to the Capitals and Countries of Africa Matching Activity Worksheet! Get ready for an exciting journey across the fascinating continent of Africa as you match the correct capital cities to their corresponding countries. Africa is a diverse and vibrant continent with a rich history, beautiful landscapes, and unique cultures. Quick facts about Africa:Africa is the second-largest continent in the world after Asia. It's like a huge puzzle piece on the map!Africa is home to many amazing animals like lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, and hippos. It's like a safari adventure!The Nile River, found in Africa, is the longest river in the world. It's like a big, winding snake that flows through the continent.Africa has a rich tapestry of cultures with different languages, music, dances, and colourful clothing. It's like a big celebration of diversity!The Sahara Desert, in Africa, is the biggest hot desert on Earth. It's like a giant sandbox where you can find sandy dunes!

Age: 6 - 7
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Capitals and Countries of Asia Matching Activity

Capitals and Countries of Asia Matching Activity

Welcome to the Capitals and Countries of Asia Matching Activity Worksheet! Get ready for an exciting challenge as you test your knowledge of Asian countries and their capitals. In this worksheet, you will have the opportunity to match the correct capital city to its corresponding country. Draw a line to match the country on the left with its capital city on the right. Remember, learning about different countries and their capitals is a fantastic way to expand your understanding of the world. Good luck, explorers! 

Age: 6 - 7
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European Capital Cities Quiz

European Capital Cities Quiz

European capital cities quizThis quiz will test KS1 pupils' knowledge of European capital cities and help them learn about the different countries in Europe. It's a fun way to engage pupils and reinforce their understanding of geography and world capitals.

Age: 6 - 7
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Map of Europe

Map of Europe

How can I use this map of Europe?Label the countries: Ask pupils to label the countries correctly.Colour the countries: Ask pupils to colour each country with different colours to make it visually appealing.Capital cities match: Create a list of European capital cities and have pupils match each city to its corresponding country on the blank map.Famous landmarks: Ask pupils to locate and draw famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower (France) or the Colosseum (Italy) on the blank map.Rivers: Label the major rivers of Europe on the blank map, such as the Danube or the Rhine.Mountain ranges: Label important mountain ranges like the Alps or the Pyrenees on the blank map.Seas and Oceans: Add the names of the surrounding seas and oceans on the blank map.

Age: 6 - 7
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Identifying European Flags

Identifying European Flags

Identifying European FlagsIdentifying European flags is an enjoyable and educational way for KS1 pupils to learn about the diverse countries and cultures in Europe, fostering their curiosity and knowledge about the world around them. It also enhances memory skills as pupils recall the information they have learned.

Age: 6 - 7
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Asian Country Fact Files

Asian Country Fact Files

Asian Country Fact FilesPupils discover some interesting facts about China, India, and Japan. True or false statements encourage pupils to think critically and analyse the information they have learned about each country. They have to consider what they know to decide if the statement is true or false. Using true or false statements about China, Japan, and India creates an enjoyable learning experience for KS1 pupils, helping them develop their knowledge of these countries in an engaging way.

Age: 6 - 7
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Naming Asian Flags

Naming Asian Flags

Asian Flags and Capital CitiesPupils enjoy the process of discovering and identifying the flags of diverse Asian countries with this fun worksheet. Use this activity in the classroom or at home for homework.  An answer sheet is included so pupils can mark their own work and make sure each flag is correctly identified with the appropriate country.

Age: 6 - 7
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Africa Map Activity

Africa Map Activity

Journey to AfricaAre your pupils ready to test their mapping skills and discover some of the countries that make Africa so unique? Pupils label the blank map with some of the major countries in Africa. The first letter has been given to help them. Fun facts about AfricaContinent Size: Africa is the second-largest continent in the world.Wildlife: Africa is famous for its diverse wildlife, including lions, giraffes, elephants, zebras, and hippos.Mountains and Rivers: Africa is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, and the Nile River, the longest river in the world.Sahara Desert: The Sahara Desert in Africa is the largest hot desert in the world.

Age: 6 - 7
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My Favourite Continent

My Favourite Continent

My Favourite Continent Writing ExerciseWriting about their favorite continent helps KS1 pupils to communicate their ideas and interests and improves their writing abilities. Writing about a continent may involve some basic research, which introduces pupils to information-gathering skills and using simple resources like books or websites. Print off this handy activity and use it in the classroom or at home. Take a look at some more worksheets on the seven continents:Discovering ContinentsContinent RiddlesContinents of the World Fun FactsColor the Seven Continents

Age: 6 - 7
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Discovering Continents

Discovering Continents

Discovering ContinentsDiscovering famous landmarks sparks curiosity and interest in different regions of the world, encouraging pupils to learn more about the places and their histories. Pupils look at some famous landmarks and write the name of the continent where each one can be found. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Continent Riddles

Continent Riddles

Continent RiddlesSolving riddles requires critical thinking and problem-solving skills. By solving the riddles, pupils become more familiar with the names, locations, and unique features of the continents, enhancing their geographical knowledge. There are 10 riddles for pupils to solve! Pupils learn interesting facts about each continent and write the name of the continent that matches each description.

Age: 6 - 7
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Continents of the World Fun Facts

Continents of the World Fun Facts

Fun facts about the seven continentsThese fun and interesting facts will pique children's curiosity and engage them in learning about different parts of the world. What is the smallest continent? Where is the Amazon Rainforest located? Kangaroos and koalas can be found on which continent? Pupils will learn some fun facts about each continent with this handy printable. Simply click and download and watch your child's curiosity grow!

Age: 6 - 7
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The Seven Continents Matching Activity

The Seven Continents Matching Activity

The Seven Continents Matching ActivityThis colourful matching activity will help pupils learn and remember the names of the seven continents. By matching the names to their corresponding locations, pupils build a solid foundation of geographical knowledge. Children draw a line to match each continent with the correct name. This activity can be used in the classroom as a group activity or at home.

Age: 6 - 7
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Colour the Seven Continents

Colour the Seven Continents

Colour and label the seven continentsLabelling and colouring the seven continents helps students become familiar with the names and locations of each continent. This builds their geographical knowledge and understanding of the world's continents. Engaging in a hands-on activity like colouring makes the learning process more enjoyable for KS1 pupils.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Seven Continents Vocabulary Cards

The Seven Continents Vocabulary Cards

Vocabulary cards can be used in various activities, such as matching games, memory games, or flashcard quizzes. These activities make learning about continents fun and engaging.

Age: 6 - 7
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Label the Seven Continents

Label the Seven Continents

Students label the seven continents on the map. There is a word bank to help them.

Age: 6 - 7
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