Continents of the World Series For Kids

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  • 2006
  • 1 Season

This new series on the world's continents covers all of the basics for age appropriate learners on each of the continents which, when combined, make up the landmass of the planet earth. With a primary focus on the geography of the continents each program also proceeds into the history, nature and geopolitics of the area. Each program opens with a discussion of plate tectonics and Pangaea.

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South America
7. South America
July 1, 2006
Young viewers will learn that South America is home to the world's highest waterfall, the world's largest rain forest, and the world's longest mountain range. South America is also home to thousands of plants, animals and insects found nowhere else on the planet. Come along as we explore this fascinating continent.
North America
6. North America
July 1, 2006
From the North Pole to the Tropics, the North American continent offers a fascinating variety of geographic areas. Beginning with the oceans and adding in the mountains, plains, rivers, deserts and lakes, we'll see how North American continent looks just as it does today. The program goes on to show how people and governments have divided the continent into many different countries.
Europe
5. Europe
July 1, 2006
As we explore this beautiful continent, we'll show you where the mountains... the plains... and the rivers are located, and show you other things that make the continent of Europe special. When looking back from space, you can see that much of the continent of Europe consists of several peninsulas.
Australia
4. Australia
July 1, 2006
Youngsters learn that Australia is completely surrounded by water. It's also the only landmass on earth that is a continent, a country, as well as an island. Just offshore, in the Pacific Ocean on the Northeast corner of Australia lies one of the natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. Many animals live only on the Australian continent and nowhere else in the world.
Asia
3. Asia
July 1, 2006
We're going to explore the continent of Asia to help early learners find out what this fascinating place is really like. As we cover this vast area, we'll use colorful graphics to show where the mountains... the plains... and the rivers are located. Before ending, we'll have built the continent up from a flat piece of land, adding each feature - one by one - until it looks just as it does today.
Antarctica
2. Antarctica
July 1, 2006
Antarctica takes the prize for being the highest, coldest, and windiest continent on earth. It's also the driest. Under all that ice is one of the largest deserts on our planet! Still viewers will agree, that the snow covered icy landscape helps to make Antarctica one of the most beautiful places on earth. Antarctica!
Africa
1. Africa
 
Some people believe that Africa is just one big jungle, but we can see that the dark green areas of jungle and forest are found mostly along the Equator. Africa is the world's second largest continent, and in this visually exciting program we'll learn about the mountains, deserts, savannahs, jungles and animals that make Africa so unique.
Description

This new series on the world's continents covers all of the basics for age appropriate learners on each of the continents which, when combined, make up the landmass of the planet earth. With a primary focus on the geography of the continents each program also proceeds into the history, nature and geopolitics of the area. Each program opens with a discussion of plate tectonics and Pangaea.

Continents of the World Series For Kids is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on July 1, 2006.

Where to Watch Continents of the World Series For Kids

Continents of the World Series For Kids is available for streaming on the Film IdeasInc. website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Continents of the World Series For Kids on demand at Amazon Prime and Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    July 1, 2006