As you know, the planet is like a huge ball with the surface made up of men and water and this is an interesting facts for kids. If you look at the deal, you will see that we can see only one side of the earth at a time. But if we can scratch the surface to get a map, it would look like this one. This shows the entire surface of the earth. The dark blue areas are water and the rest of the area islands.
The whole land area of the earth is divided into seven parts. These are called continents. These continents are the Earth’s continuous landmasses. These continents are North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and Antarctica. Let’s learn an easy way to remember these names. Look at this sentence.
Erin Ate Nine Sticky Apricots At Aprils. E is for Europe, A is for Asia, N is for North America, S is for South America, A is for Asia, A is for Africa and another A for Australia and yet another A for Antarctica. Remember Erin ate nine sticky apricots at aprils and you can remember the names of all the continents.
Let’s now go to each continent to know more about these two. Wow. You are riding an elephant.
You are in Asia. It is a big continent. It is about one-third of all land on the planet and also six out of every 10 people on the earth live. Yes, which is the world 60 per cent of the population are China and India. Well, most populated countries are here also. Do you know that the 10 highest mountain peaks of the world are in Asia? Mt. Everest, the highest mountain in the world is also in Asia. Most of the world’s religions, like Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism originated here.
Oh, wow. You are wearing diamonds and you are eating chocolate. You seem to be in Africa. Half of the world’s diamonds come from Africa. Also, most of the chocolate, which you and I know come from here, which is around 60 per cent of the total chocolate produced in the world, Sahara was the largest desert and the world’s largest river Nile is also in Africa.
It is the second-largest continent among seven continents, interesting facts for kids. It is also said that the first humans lived here. It is situated on the equator and that is why it is very hot.
Oh, don’t be scared. These are kangaroos. These are found only in the Australian continent. In the Australian continent. There is only one country which is Australia itself, apart from kangaroos. There are many other unique animals in this continent like koala and emu. It also has a sizeable sheep population. They say there are 14 times in Australia than humans. Australia is also the largest island in the world in Australia. Seventy-five per cent area is just flat desert.
Oh my God, they will help. It is an anaconda, the largest snake in the world. It is found only in South America. Hello. Cool down. Have some coffee. Brazil in South America is the world’s largest producer of coffee. This continent has the world’s largest river, Amazon, the world’s largest mountain range and the world’s largest Salt Lake. It also has the world’s highest volcanoes and the world’s highest waterfall.
Look at that penguin dancing this to you. We’ve come to Antarctica. 98 per cent of this continent is covered with ice. That is why it is called a white or frozen continent. It is the world’s coldest, windiest, driest and highest continent like a desert. There is less rain and that is why it is so cold-called desert. There are no villages or cities here. Only scientists live here. Well, they said.
Wow, we are in Europe, the only continent with no debt that the world’s smallest country. Vatican City is here. The pope wants to live here. All the countries in Europe have a single currency named euro, the world’s largest country by area. Russia is situated on this continent. Other important countries, Britain, France and Germany.
Oh, you see the Statue of Liberty. We are in North America, home to the world’s largest innovative companies like Apple, Google and Facebook. It is also known as the New World, as it was discovered very late.
You see this out, interesting facts for kids. Its name is Elle. It is the world’s smallest. It is found in this continent. It is the world’s largest producer of mains wheat and soybean. The world’s third-longest river, Mississippi, is also in North America.
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