Science & Nature
Baby Polar Bear Rescue + Activity!
In this one-time class, students will meet with a marine biologist by video chat. Students will learn about polar bear cubs...fur, skin, paws, claws, and everything in between! What happens to orphaned polar bear cubs? Hands-on activities!
Dr. Daisy R. Dailey
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Polar bears! These great white bears are an icon of the Arctic. Polar bears thrive in the Arctic’s harsh climate. A protective outer fur coat paired with a dense undercoat help the bears stay warm in winter temperatures that regularly plunge to below -30° F. They even have fur coating the bottom of their paws, which gives them better traction on the ice and protects them from cold. A dense layer of fat, which can be 2-4 inches thick, further insulates polar bears from the freezing Arctic...
Teacher will supply activity sheets. Students will need: Two large zipper lock bags (your hand should be able to fit inside) Shortening (Crisco or similar) Spoon Duct tape Water Ice (crushed/cubes) Bucket Black construction paper White chalk Cotton balls
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dr. Daisy R. DaileyMarine Biologist, Professional Marine Educator, Summer Camp Director
431 total reviews
217 completed classes
Howdy! I am excited to share my love of all things marine with you! I teach marine biology, marine science, marine engineering, and ocean conservation. I have over 20 years of experience teaching all ages as a marine biologist, professional marine...