Special: TFK Live from Antarctica!
Presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids 
and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids

TIME FOR KIDS is going to Antarctica! For 10 days in January, TFK science writer David Bjerklie will take part in a National Science Foundation program. TFK will report on the agency's research. In this webinar, David will broadcast live from Antarctica to talk about his experience and the work being done on the icy continent by the NSF. They will also answer your questions.  Encourage your students to ask questions, and submit a question below!  To submit additional questions, join TFK’s edWeb community: Real World Literacy and the Common Core or email them to tfkasks4you@timeforkids.com.  Tune in with your class to take part in this special event.
 
A TFK mini-site packed with information and teaching resources about Antarctica—including maps, time lines, and historic photos of polar exploration—will be available in January 2014 at timeforkids.com to help you prepare for the broadcast. We’ll also provide participants with printable worksheets and graphic organizers to support learning about Antarctica. We hope you and your students will join us for this exciting learning adventure. 

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