Polar Bear Week is Nov. 1 through 8 and Polar Bears International (PBI), is celebrating polar bears and hoping to draw attention to the threats of warming climate.
This year’s event coincides with the annual gathering of hundreds of polar bears on the shores of Hudson Bay near Churchill, Canada. Keep reading to see all the amazing ways to participate in Polar Bear Week.
photo: ©Kt. Miller + Polar Bears International
Do your kiddos love polar bears? They’ll definitely want to watch Polar Bear Live Cams! Your littles will get to see wild polar bears in their natural setting, in addition to daily updates on the polar bear migration from Buggy One, PBI’s research vehicle, live chats with scientists and experts and even a “Zen out” with Polar Bears session on Nov. 3, Election Day.
Little learners will also enjoy Tundra Connections, which includes live webcasts with scientists and other experts. Parents can also grab free Polar Bear Curriculum that includes projects, presentations, arts and educational resources on Flipgrid.
Feature photo: ©BJ Kirschhoffer + Polar Bears International