Learn how water in your backyard is tied to polar bears in the Arctic. Through this virtual field trip, students understand the global world of ice and water and why its conservation is so important to all creatures, not just polar bears.
Tune in to see how different teams on the tundra are utilizing STEM skills to support a global conversation and make a positive impact for polar bears.
P is for Polar Bear, U is for… Ulu? Let’s go through the alphabet, Arctic-style! We’ll see polar bears and other organisms that live in the Arctic regions and learn some new words along the way.
Celebrate International Polar Bear Day! Check out the Thermostat Challenge from our friends at Polar Bears International and explore all the great resources below. Polar Bears: A to Z A – Arctic Adaptations Check out this great Discovery Education video segment: “The Key to Bears’ Survival” and hear directly from Alysa McCall about polar bear adaptations.
This week I am thrilled to be a part of Polar Bears International’s Tundra Connections program. It means that I get to live on the Tundra Buggy Lodge on the shores of the Hudson Bay, observing polar bears in their native habitat! I wish you all could be with me in person, but I’m thrilled
If you haven’t heard, the DEN is once again partnering with Polar Bears International for their 2014 Tundra Connections program. Learn more and register from my previous blog post here: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/polarbears2014 To prepare for the Thursday, October 30 webcast at 1pm ET, we invite you and your students to participate in our Math Challenge. Our goal is to
The DEN team is again partnering with Polar Bears International for their Tundra Connections program; bringing live, free webcasts from the tundra to your classroom during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill, Manitoba. Soon, I’ll be packing my bags and headed to the Polar Bear Capital of the World. I hope you and your students
Are you looking for a way to get involved and have an impact? Consider becoming an adult advisor for a team of Project Polar Bear contestants. Every year, bright young minds work to reduce CO2 in their communities- by setting up no-idling zones, encouraging their schools to power down, and other upbeat projects. You can
An Arctic Adventure, No Parka Required! This fall, you’ll once again have the opportunity to venture onto the tundra to share the polar bears’ wait for the sea ice freeze-up–in real time and from the warmth of your classroom. Each year, we help bring the Arctic to you through a series of Tundra Connections