Introduce Edward the explorer who will act as a guide throughout the lesson and take students on a journey around the world. First teach students about North America and show it on the map. Then head to South America, home of the Amazon Rainforest. Share some animals that live in this continent! After this, head over to Europe where you can find the Eiffel Tower. Students drag the magnifying glass to the map to locate the different countries. From here, move on to Asia and share some fun facts. For example, the world’s tallest mountain is found in Asia! Next, show Africa on the map and share some of the large mammals found here. After Africa, go to Australia, the island continent, also known as “The Land Down Under.” Finally, explore Antarctica. Next, have students drag the images to the correct ocean. Test students’ knowledge by having them name the continents on the map. Remove the covers to check.