Life and Times of the Arctic

Let’s explore the ancient world. We’ve chosen folk tales, myths, biographies, and documentaries from a few of the many areas of the Arctic, and we have maps for you to download and trace or fill in also. This month we have all sorts of information about the Arctic for you!

Map Study: 

Map Study is very simple. Print off a map. Label what you can from memory. Look up three-five more things and add them. Look over your labeled map for a minute or two each day, but only add to it once or twice a week. Soon you’ll know far more about the area you are studying than you did before

Map to download: 



We’ve consulted several books lists for books about the many different countries and peoples of the Arctic. But it we were to include even one story from each people group, this list would be overwhelming. So here are many options, but you will probably find many others. We are just getting you started.

Book Lists


Picture Books

Chapter Books



General information: 

Peter Menzel Photography (photographer for books Material World, Hungry Planet, and What I Eat.)

Some Curricula for Ancient History

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