Most of us call the world's third largest continent home. Twenty-three different countries consisting of over five hundred and fifty million people can be found in North America. The continent is rich in wildlife, culture, and innovation. English is the most widely spoken language here, with Spanish and French slowly contesting a great chunk of that pie chart. These worksheets will help students learn more about the naturally features and people of North America.
North America is one of the continents in the world. There are total seven continents out of which North America is the third-largest in size. If we compare the continents population-wise, then North America would be the fourth largest. North America is a huge landmass that has a total of 23 countries in it. It encompasses mostly the western hemisphere and the northern hemisphere.
Around 550 million people live on the continent of North America. The country that covers half of the landmass of the continent is Canada. It is the largest country on the continent. However, Canada is only slightly larger than in the USA. The largest city on the continent is the Mexico City which is the capital of Mexico. Almost 9 million people live in the city. Mexico City is also considered as one of the largest cities in the world.
The smallest country on the continent is Grenada. It has only ten thousand people living in it. It is an island which is located in the Caribbean Sea. The nutmeg spice of this island is very popular.
The continent of North America is full of islands. The largest island is Greenland. It is not only the largest on the continent, but also in the world.
North America also has a lot of rivers. Missouri river is the longest. It flows in seven states which are North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri.
The highest mountain in North America is situated in Alaska. It is a part of the Alaska mountain range. It was referred to as the Mount Mckinley. Now, it is called Denali. It is also the third most isolated mountain in the world. First is Mount Everest and second is Aconcagua.