These 7 continents printable activities are awesome ways to make geography fun.
You’ll love having these simple yet creative ways to make learning about the seven continents of the world engaging. Plus, your kids can put together a super cool (and custom) reference set that’s all about the continents!
Find out more about these free geography printable activities and get your set today 🌎
Special Ways to Enjoy 7 Continents Learning Fun
Want to help your kids learn all about and practice the seven continents of the world?
Well, you’ll LOVE these free printable activities for making geography engaging and fun!
Learning about the seven continents can be such an exciting thing for kids. My boys have always loved discovering different areas of the world and where they are in relation to where we live.
When you think about it, it really IS cool to explore and investigate the variety of land masses on Earth.
I’ll be honest…I’m not that great at geography 😳 It was quickly glanced over in my classes. So, I’m on a mission to help my boys (and myself) take a deeper dive into topics like the seven continents and U.S. geography with all of its 50 states.
I’m sharing with you the free set of 7 continents printable activities that I’m using with my boys. I hope you find this pack helpful in your learning adventures and that you’re able to (re)discover the joy of geography with your kids!
What You’ll Find in This Free Set of 7 Continents Printable Activities
This free printable (PDF) pack has 12 pages to make learning about the 7 continents fun.
The activities are black-and-white so more affordable to print (especially if you’re using with a large group or class).
You’ll find geography activities about the 7 continents that include:
- Cover: The Seven Continents (with world map and compass rose) and By: ______ to write name
- There are Seven Continents on Earth: Your kids will color the continents and oceans by code
- Our World on a Map: Another continents color by code activity, area to write down names of oceans, and placing star where you live
- Name the Continents: Cut-and-paste activity for your students to label the continents
- 7 pages of coloring and working with the continents (optional: and customizing according to level with fill-in-the-blank — for example, you can add labels for countries, cities, landmarks, etc.)
- the second largest continent
- has 54 countries
- is in both Northern and Southern Hemispheres
- is located around the South Pole
- is in the Southern Hemisphere
- the largest continent
- has 48 countries
- is in the Northern Hemisphere
- the smallest continent
- in the Southern Hemisphere
- the sixth largest continent
- has 44 countries
- in the Northern Hemisphere
- North America:
- the third largest continent
- has 23 countries
- in the Northern Hemisphere
- South America:
- the fourth largest continent
- has 12 countries
- mostly in the Southern Hemisphere
- My Passport: 2 pages for your child to make a mini-book with personal information (Name, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Nationality, Date of Issue, Signature) and World Traveler map to identify where they have traveled
Super Cool Ideas for Boosting the Learning Fun with These Geography Printables
I’m so pumped up that you want to make geography fun for your kids, too!
Here are my ideas for making these 7 continents printable activities extra fun – and I’d love to read your ideas in the comments area below 😊
- Encourage your students to customize these geography activities. Let them add doodles and notes, even quotes.
- Slow down and take your time. Read over the pages and chat about the continents. Do you have travel experiences to share? What questions do your kids have about the 7 continents?
- Provide a variety of writing and coloring utensils. Completing these types of geography activities is extra special when you can pick what you want your completed work to look like.
- Go through your personal library and look for books based on one (or more) of the continents. You can also do a search at your local library for books to explore other continents.
- Use any of the recommended resources below to extend your learning fun 🎉
Crayola Mini Twistables Crayons, Fun Effects, Coloring Set, School Supplies, 24 CountCrayola Ultimate Crayon Collection, Portable Coloring Set, Assorted Colors, 152 Count, Gift for Kids Age 3 PlusCrayola Confetti Crayons, Multi Color Crayons, Kids Coloring Supplies, 24 Count (Pack of 1)Crayola Colored Pencil Set, School Supplies, Assorted Colors, 36 Count, LongCrayola Twistables Erasable Colored Pencils, Assorted Colors, 12 Count (Pack of 1), Gift for KidsCrayola Super Tips Marker Set, Washable Markers, Assorted Colors, Art Set for Kids, 100 Count
Recommended Resources to Use with This Free 7 Continents Printable Activities Set
Counting The Continents (Little World Geography)Teacher Created Resources Continents Set (9899)The Seven Continents (Rookie Read-About Geography: Continents: Previous Editions)Continents: What You Need to Know (Fact Files)The World Game – Fun Geography Board Game – Educational Game for Kids & Adults – Cool Learning Gift Idea for Teenage Boys & GirlsGeography of the World: The Essential Family Guide to Geography and CultureWizdar 4” World Globe for Kids Learning, Educational Rotating World Map Globes Mini Size Decorative Earth Children Globe for Classroom Geography Teaching, Desk & Office Decoration-4 inch
Get Your Free 7 Continents Printable Activities Pack
WooHoo! You’re on your way to making geography super fun for your kids!
This free set of 7 continents printable activities pack includes 13 pages (with cover).
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