Indian Ocean Facts: Lesson for Kids


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The Indian Ocean is the world's _____ largest ocean.

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1. Why is the Indian Ocean so warm?

2. How would you describe the monsoon season?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These multiple-choice questions will quiz you on the Indian Ocean. You'll need to know why this ocean is so warm, describe its weather and understand how big it is.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be asked to:

  • Know how big the Indian Ocean is compared to the rest of the world's oceans
  • Understand why the Indian Ocean is warm
  • Describe a monsoon season
  • Define the word ''cyclone''
  • Tell why humpback whales come to the Indian Ocean

Skills Practiced

You'll practice several skills, including:

  • Knowledge application - use what you know about humpback whales to tell why they come to the Indian Ocean
  • Information recall - remember what you know about the Indian Ocean's size and warm waters
  • Defining key concepts - be able to define the term ''cyclone''

Additional Learning

Review the lesson called Indian Ocean Facts: Lesson for Kids for more information on this ocean. The lesson helps you:

  • Learn how big the Indian Ocean is compared to the United States
  • Name animals that can be found in this ocean
  • Know what's carried on the ships that travel through the Indian Ocean