Arctic Alive

December 22, 2014 at 2:22 pm Leave a comment

Arctic Alive is a new resource made available from the Canadian Geographic Association and includes a GIANT floor map with 10 curriculum-linked activities.

From the CGA website:

“The Arctic is full of life and comprised of more than fifteen ecosystems, thousands of plant and animal species and is home to more than 100,000 Canadians. Students can explore the natural diversity of Canada’s North through this giant floor map developed in partnership with the Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN). The map and the ten curriculum-linked activities encourage students to challenge and refine their perceptions of nature in the Arctic through the CMN’s four main disciplines: zoology, botany, palaeobiology and mineralogy.

Learn how to introduce this resource to your class with this helpful guide.

This map will begin circulating in early 2015. To request this map click here.”

And if you happen to be on Ottawa over the break, you can check it out at the Canadian Museum of Nature.


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