You already know it’s probably the coldest place on earth, but do you know just HOW cold? Or, what countries actually own Antarctica? Or, what animals actually thrive on the continent? We learned all this and more as we took time to explore Antarctica!
During our geography studies we are learning about the landscape of each country, its food, and even some of its history. Below is a list of resources we used to learn more about this week’s country…er…continent. May these fun resources help your study of Antarctica come alive too!
[clickToTweet tweet=”Come learn about #Antarctica’s history & landscape in these fun-filled #geography lessons!” quote=”Come learn about Antarctica’s history and landscape in these fun-filled geography lessons!”]
Engaging Geography Resources for the Study of Antarctica
- Can You Survive in Antarctica? by Rachael Hanel
- Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World by Jennifer Armstrong
- Antarctica Antics by Judy Sierra
- Trapped by the Ice! By Michael McCurdy
- Eve of the Emperor Penguin by Mary Pope Osborne and Sal Murdocca
- Penguins and Antarctica by Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce
- Penguin Chick by Betty Tatham and Helen K. Davie
- Little Penguin by Jonathan London and Julie Olson
- Penguins by Seymour Simon
- Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers
- Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester