Make Your Own Polar Air Book


Use what you know and what you can find out about the Arctic and Antarctic to make your own book about polar air. You can make a book simply by cutting and pasting pictures on pages or drawing your own pictures on pages and then stapling the pages together.


Or you can use this cool free tool to make your book. You can have up to 10 pages in the book you make with this tool. You'll need to play around a bit to figure out how it all works. Remember, the only way to save your book is to print it out.


Some ideas to make your book better:

  1. Decide what you want your book to be about: Arctic air, Antarctic air, winter or summer or both?
  2. Have a cover for your book. One page with a title and maybe a picture or drawing. Some ideas: My Trip to the Poles, It's Cold at Our Poles: So What's the Difference?, or maybe Earth's Coldest Places.
  3. Make a list of things you want to include in your book like: Antarctica is a very, cold, dry place, auroras light up the night skies in the Arctic and Antarctic, there are flowers in summer on the Arctic tundra, and other things that are the same or different about the air at the Earth's poles.
  4. Be sure to check your spelling and punctuation.

Have fun and share your book with your classmates.


When you are finished think about these questions:

Polar Air Questions: