Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean,Indian Ocean,Pacific Ocean
Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Antarctica, and Australia.
Where you are
How the size of the map relates to the size of a real place
A sphere shaped model of the Earth.
A flat drawing of a place
The distance between the equator and a point north or south on the earth's surface.
Distance on the earth's surface east or west of an imaginary line on the globe that goes from the north pole to the south pole and passes through Greenwich, England
The imaginary circle around the earth that is halfway between the North and South Poles
Maps can give us useful information about a country or a region.
People use maps to find the location of a certain place.
All of the above
What the symbols on the map mean.
The distance between the equator and a point north or south on the earth's surface
Where people live
The imaginary circle around the earth that is halfway between the North and South Poles.