Special: Antarctica Report!
Presented by National Science Foundation penguin researcher Jean Pennycook,
with Melanie Kletter, Senior Editor, TIME For Kids, and Laura Blackburn, Associate Editor, TIME For Kids

Back by popular demand—TIME For Kids travels to Antarctica! In this special webinar, science teacher and National Science Foundation penguin researcher Jean Pennycook will broadcast live from the icy continent where she'll report on her research and experience in the field. She will also answer questions from students and teachers during her presentation.

Educators can submit a question from their class when they register (see below).
You can also submit additional questions to tfkasks4you@timeforkids.com.

TFK editors will provide participants with background information on Antarctica to support learning about the continent. The TFK supplement Around the World: Antarctica will be available in Jan. 2015. A TFK mini-site packed with information and resources about Antarctica — including maps, time lines, and historic photos of polar exploration — is available on our website. During the presentation, we will also provide printable worksheets and graphic organizers to support learning about the continent.

We hope you and your students will join us for this special event!

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