Language English Biodôme The ecosystems of the sub-polar regions are fragile Photo: Espace pour la vie Tabs groupDescriptionDescription of the activityStudents design a board game to make their fellow students aware of the beauty and fragility of the sub-polar regions ecosystems. They come up with questions regarding the animals of these ecosystems, threatened and vulnerable species living there and things that can be done to protect the environment of these regions. Equipment needed by the studentCopies of activity sheets Crayons Equipment necessary for the teacherPrinter Cardboard Scissors Glue Game pawns PreparationMake enough copies of activity sheets, one for each child. Category of activityEnrichment activitySub-category of activityClass activityGrade levelElementary cycle threeNumber of students per groupIndividual activityDuration45 minutesActivity SheetsPolar Mission - Glacio-Quiz cycle 3[PDF - 328.95 KB - 5 pages]Schedules for teachersPolar Mission - Glacio-Quiz cycle 3 (teachers)[PDF - 41.75 KB - 1 page] Combine with these activities Polar Mission - Ecosystem Biodôme Polar Mission - Hoo-ee-tsoom Biodôme Polar Mission - A Message in Inuktitut Biodôme To go furtherThe following Websites contain more information on the sub-polar regions: Montréal Biodôme, advanced descriptive animal and plants records Natural Resources Canada - Kid's Club - Activities Articles on Arctic and Antarctic geography Discuss things that can be done to protect the sub-polar regions ecosystems. Organize role-playing games (short skits) on the subject of environmental problems that threaten the sub-polar regions.