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In this comparing continents learning exercise, learners complete a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting their continent with Antarctica. Students complete 3 sections of the diagram.
Students explore exploring and expiditions then simlate their own on campus. They divide into small "expedition groups." Have each team report back to the class about their expeditions, using written, oral, or videotaped presentations.
In this "Antarctica" video instructional activity, students complete a set of 20 questions about the video, after listing things they already know, things scientists study in Antarctica, and 1 thing they would like to know.
Students choose particular Antarctic topic that interests them, research information from at least five different Internet sites, and demonstrate their understanding of concept through creation of multimedia project of their own choosing.
Learners explore the importance of research in Antarctica, then explain how snow becomes part of the Antarctic ice cap. They explore Antarctica's harsh environment and discover how scientists drill ice cores and what information ice reveals.
Students calculate how much mass is lost and gained by Antarctica yearly. In this earth science activity, students graph and analyze data from the given handout. They explain how this affects the world climate.
First graders participate in creative problem solving activity to get from Utah to the Atlantic Ocean.
Students read the story and diary "Lizzie's diaries from Antarctica and Antarctica" to get massive clean-up. Students discuss their knowledge of life in Antarctica and raise the fact of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station and its scientists. They write a diary entry as a scientist staying at the South Pole Station. Students include the main information from the Teacher's Background section and the news story.
In this Antarctica words worksheet, students analyze a chart that contains words that have been chopped in half. Students find the pieces that fit together and write them on the lines. All words pertain to Antarctica.
In this Antarctica poetry worksheet, students first read about how to write an acrostic poem. Students write an acrostic poem using the letters in ANTARCTICA. Each line of poetry will begin with the letters that are printed down in a column.
For this Antarctica worksheet, students write an acrostic poem about the continent. Students begin each line of poetry with the letters ANTARCTICA. There is a sample poem on the page.
In this poetry writing worksheet, learners use the letters in ANTARCTICA to begin each line of poetry. There are graphics on the page.
In this vocabulary instructional activity, students read an informational paragraph about Antarctica. Students then fill in the 17 blanks with words from the word bank.
In this adjectives worksheet, students write six adjectives that describe Antarctica. Students write a sentence using each of the adjectives.
In this geography learning exercise, students find the missing word or phrase that best completes each of the 13 sentences pertaining to Australia, New Zealand, and Antarctica.
In this creative writing worksheet, students write a brief story about Antarctica, using a list of given words or variations of the words.
In this geography worksheet, students analyze 16 words in a word bank that pertain to Antarctica. Students find these words in a word search puzzle.
in this Antarctica worksheet, students describe how their daily life would change if they moved to Antarctica. Students discuss what they do, how they relax, how living conditions would change, what their diet would be and if they believe they would enjoy living there.
In this Antarctica research worksheet, students research Antarctica, then complete 4 short answer questions. Worksheet contains a link to additional activities.
In this Antarctica vocabulary worksheet, students match vocabulary words about Antarctica with definitions, 15 words total. Worksheet contains a link to additional activities. Labeled as a quiz, but may be used for practice or review.