Guide to North Pole Activities Across the Curriculum

The arctic tundra up at the North Pole

The North Pole provides topics of study across all ages in the scientific realm. The Bright Hub Guide to the North Pole will help you find the right topic for your age group. Find lesson plans on the legend of Santa Claus and Christmas fun. Study the real North Pole, through the wildlife and people who live on the arctic tundra. Learn how to use the North Star for navigational purposes and how the magnetic fields at both the North and South Poles affect weather and oceans. Articles within this guide range from activities for preschool and kindergarten, to informational pieces that can be used in high school.

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