Name____________________ Polyhedron Globe For centuries people have made varying representations of the world. There are many different maps and globes to represent the physical, political, economic, etc. characteristics of the world in which we live. Some of these various representations are very familiar to us, while others are not. The globe you are about to make contains a perspective that is uncommon to most. Steps to completing your globe 1. Identify and color all bodies of water. (If you are unsure ask for help. Colored pencils do not erase easily). 2. Identify the following places on the various sheets. (Notice that the sheet numbers are different than the page numbers.) Sheet 1 Pacific Ocean Sheet 3 Arctic Ocean Atlantic Ocean North America Mediterranean Sea United States Rome (City) mark it with a dot Canada Italy Mexico Red Sea Europe Arabian Peninsula Asia Greece England Africa Ireland Sahara Desert North Pole Egypt Cairo (City) mark it with a dot Sheet 2 Nile River Indian Ocean Australia Sheet 4 Indonesia Antarctica Philippines New Zealand India Japan South Pacific Ocean Arabian Peninsula 3. Cut out each of the four sheets on the SOLID LINES. DO NOT CUT DOTTED LINES. 4. Fold (Crease) the sheets along every dotted line. 5. Match like tabs together and glue them together. Tape may help for some, especially the last few areas. TAKE YOUR TIME.