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Help your students explore the landforms, political divisions, natural resources, and culture of Africa! The 7 Continents: Africa helps students develop geography literacy while they learn about the unique characteristics of Africa.

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Develop geography literacy while learning about the unique characteristics of Africa!

The 7 Continents: Africa helps students learn about Africa through engaging reading and writing activities.

Five geography units cover the following standards-based topics:
Section 1: Africa in the World
Introduces students to the location of Africa in the world.
• Africa's Relative Location
• Africa's Hemispheres
• Africa's Absolute Location
• Using a Projection Map

Section 2: Political Divisions of Africa
Introduces students to the five regions and 53 countries of Africa.
• Population of Africa
• Countries of Africa
• Largest Countries by Area
• Smallest Countries by Area
• Largest Countries by Population
• Northern Africa
• Western Africa
• Central Africa
• Eastern Africa
• Southern Africa
• Largest Cities of Africa

Section 3: Physical Features of Africa
Students learn about the landforms and bodies of water of Africa.
• Africa's Landscape
• Mount Kilimanjaro
• Great Rift Valley
• Africa's Deserts
• African Savanna
• Africa's Rainforests
• Madagascar
• Africa's Bodies of Water
• Africa's Lakes
• Major Rivers of Africa
• Amazing Waterfalls of Africa

Section 4: Valuable Resources of Africa
Students learn about the various natural resources of Africa.
• Oil Production in Africa
• Mining for Gold and Diamonds
• Farming in Africa
• Sharing the Nile River
• Africa's Cacao and Coffee
• African Safaris
• The Great Migration
• Africa's Desert Animals
• Rainforest Animals

Section 5: African Culture
Introduces students to the wide variety of traditional African cultures.
• Tourist Attractions
• Arts and Crafts
• Three African Fabrics
• Music and Dance
• Languages of Africa
• Major Religions of Africa
• African Cuisines

This resource contains teacher support pages, reproducible student pages, and an answer key.