7 Continents Song – Kindergarten History Learning Activity
Can you name all 7 continents? Sing along with the ‘7 Continents Song’ to learn them all!
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North America – A canyon grand
South America – rain forest land
Antarctica – The snow is high
And Africa – The desert’s dry
North America, South America, Antarctica, and Africa
Europe, Asia – castles, Great Wall
And Australia – Best reef of all
South Pole, North Pole – bottom and top
And that’s my world, it’s time to stop
Europe, Asia, and Australia
South Pole, North Pole
And that’s my world
The ‘poles’ were added to go along with the song, but the 7 continents are: North America, South America, Antarctica, Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Because the North Pole is a large floating ice mass it is not considered a continent, while the South Pole is located on Antarctica.
This activity is located in our Kindergarten History Course.
The kindergarten history program teaches basics of world geography with the seven continents. Students will:
- Explore the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the frozen expanses of Antarctica, and the grasslands and rain forests of Africa
- Learn what it is like to climb the Andes and ride with the gauchos
- Become familiar with the landmarks, people, and stories of many countries in Europe and Asia, as well as North America, including Canada and Mexico
- Learn about American History through biographies of famous figures, from Christopher Columbus and the Pilgrims to Thomas Jefferson and Sacagawea, from Harriet Tubman and Susan B. Anthony to Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt, from Thomas Edison and the Wright brothers to Cesar Chavez and Martin Luther King, Jr.