Learning the world oceans is not too difficult and there are a lot of games that you can play to familiarize yourself with them as well as test your knowledge of them. The oceans may take up 75% of the world but there are only 5 of them that you have to remember. The world oceans are the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean, and Arctic Ocean.
Games that can be played to remember the world oceans include puzzles and matching games. Using blank index cards you can make two cards for each ocean. Then you can lay out the ten index cards that you used face down and turn them over in pairs until you match all of the oceans. This game is simple to make and as you play it you will become more familiar with the names of the oceans. If you want you can have other information on the matching cards, such as the size and location of the ocean, to familiarize yourself with other information about the oceans.
A puzzle of the world with the oceans labels will be a great game to play if you want to learn the different oceans. In addition to learning the oceans, you will be familiarizing yourself with the continents and different countries around the world. World puzzles come in a variety of sizes and in a variety number of pieces making it easy for everyone to find a puzzle that fits their puzzle solving skill.
Another good game that you can do is to color where the different oceans are on a print out of a blank world map. For a very easy game you can just simply write the name of each ocean is on the blank map. For a more difficult game though you can color in what area of the world each ocean is with a different color. To prepare for this game color in a print out that has the names of the oceans already and study a world map to see where each ocean begins and ends.