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Lesson Two – World Oceans

This geography teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to use maps to identify and record the location of the five main oceans found around the world. The children can record on a map where the oceans are located in relation to the seven continents in the world.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use maps to identify and record the location of the five main oceans found around the world

Learning Objectives

Name and locate the five main oceans of the world. Use world maps, atlases and globes to identify the five main oceans of the world.

Learning Outcomes

I can use a map to locate the five oceans in the world. I can name the oceans of the world and describe their position relative to the continents.

World Oceans

Teaching sequence to help the children use maps to identify and record the location of the five main oceans found around the world

World Map

Display poster for whole class discussion to help the children identify the location of the continents found around the world

World Oceans

Display poster for whole class discussion to help the children identify the location of the five main oceans found around the world

World Oceans

Activity to get the children to identify and record the location of the five main oceans found around the world (enlarge map to A3)

World Oceans

Interactive activity to help the children use maps to identify and record the location of the five main oceans found around the world

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to use maps to identify and record the location of the five main oceans found around the world

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