We found 47 resources with the concept the north pole
Mind-Boggling Hiker RiddleLesson Planet
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
One short riddle can make for some great brainstorming! Introduce young scientists to the hiker riddle with a video from the Physics Girl playlist. The puzzle involves a hiker walking due south, then due east, then due north in one-mile...
Location and Direction: Angle from the EquatorLesson Planet
9th - 12th
From any angle, this interactive is helpful. Earth science super stars explore a location's angle from the equator through a hands-on activity. Questions guide learners as they test their knowledge of direction and geometry used in...
Where is the True North Pole?Lesson Planet
4 mins 7th - 12th
Do you believe in Santa Clause? Or a more practical question might be to ask if you believe in the location of the North Pole. Because of the convection currents in Earth's out core, the magnetic north pole drifts about 55 km per year....
Exploring the Deep 3 | Traces of Climate ChangeLesson Planet
5 mins 5th - 8th
What was our world like 57 million years ago? Due to recent drilling in the North Pole, we can actually tell that the temperature was significantly warmer. What is causing this climate change? Will there be a north pole in 100 years?...
Terrabagga Activity Using a MagnetometerLesson Planet
5th - 12th
Clever! Earth science learners construct a model of a planet containing a magnetic core. The planet, Terrabagga, is made out of a paper grocery bag, magnets, a dead D battery, and rubber bands. Pictures of each step of the construction...
World Map and Globe - Four Main DirectionsLesson Planet
2nd - 3rd
Students study the four main directions on a map. In this map lesson, students locate the North and South pole, and learn the four cardinal directions. They use the compass rose on a map to help with the directions. (Map is not included...
World Map and Globe-Equator, North Pole, and South PoleLesson Planet
2nd - 5th
Students identify the Equator, North Pole, and South Pole on a map. In this geography lesson, students use a world map and circle the North and South Pole. Students locate the Equator on a globe and use a map marker to highlight it.