Siberian Snowballs May Mean Snowy Winter in the U.S.

ENVIRONMENT Incredible photographs from a beach in Siberia show thousands of naturally formed snowballs spread across an 18-kilometer (11-mile) stretch of coast. This is now officially the best place in the world to have a snowball fight. (Gizmodo) But should you eat them? Use our study guide to investigate further. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers Toolkit, including … Continue reading Siberian Snowballs May Mean Snowy Winter in the U.S.

Tracing Ancient Migration through Language

WORLD Indigenous Siberians have linguistic links to Native North Americans. (Al Jazeera) Take a look at our map to trace the settlement of the Americas—and why people in Russia and Arizona may have linguistic similarities. Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers’ Toolkit. Discussion Ideas Read through the easy Al Jazeera article. It identifies Ket, spoken by an indigenous … Continue reading Tracing Ancient Migration through Language