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North Pole Facts: Lesson for Kids

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In what ocean is the North Pole located?

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1. Who is the first explorer to claim to reach the North Pole?

2. In the North Pole, what are summer days and nights like?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What kind of animal (besides Santa's reindeer!) lives at the North Pole? What colorful sight is seen at the North Pole? You'll have to know about these and other North Pole facts when you use this quiz/worksheet to show a full understanding of this material.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With this quiz, you will be expected to answer questions about:

  • In which ocean the North Pole is found
  • The name of the first explorer to the North Pole
  • What summer days and nights are like in the North Pole
  • The animal that travels from the North to South Pole every year
  • What an aurora is

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - make sure you understand the meaning of certain words from the lesson, such as aurora
  • Information recall - remember where the North Pole is located and what summers are like there
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about the North Pole's first explorer and what animal calls both the North and South Poles its home

Additional Learning

If you want to learn more about where Santa lives, you can do so by using the lesson titled North Pole Facts: Lesson for Kids. You can find out about:

  • People who have traveled to the North Pole
  • Temperatures at the North Pole
  • Types of birds and sea animals that live here
  • What summers and winters are like at the North Pole
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