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P.O. Box 3088
Park City, UT 84060
USA

(435) 655-3487

Polar Eclipse is a fun, educational board game about climate change and our environment. Ideal for global citizens eight years to adult, the game is interactive and empowering.  A curriculum guide assists fourth to eighth grade teachers who play the game in science, language arts and social studies. The game explores lifestyle, endangered species, energy use, population, global warming, sustainability and much more. Great for families and schools, the game won Dr. Toy, Best Green Product and Seal of Excellence from Creative Child Magazine. Created by Lori McDonald, of turn 4 turn llc in Park City, Utah. Includes links for kids to learn about environmental organizations, NGO's, other educational games and global environmental issues. Partially funded by Kickstarter. To survive, your species must make it into the future while getting cooler. If you get too hot, you will become extinct.

For Teachers

We can not solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
— Albert Einstein
What is one thing you could do to limit your personal use of energy? After adding your idea, follow-up with real life action and move two steps.

What is one thing you could do to limit your personal use of energy? After adding your idea, follow-up with real life action and move two steps.

If you could switch for one hour to be a different animal or living thing, what would you be? Remember, there’s no wrong answers. Speak up, then move two.

If you could switch for one hour to be a different animal or living thing, what would you be? Remember, there’s no wrong answers. Speak up, then move two.

Do you know where the power used in your home comes from? (Unfortunately, it’s probably not renewable.) Share what you know about this, then move two steps.

Do you know where the power used in your home comes from? (Unfortunately, it’s probably not renewable.) Share what you know about this, then move two steps.

Tell us about a favorite outdoor place you have been, then get up, stretch your muscles and move two steps with determination.

Tell us about a favorite outdoor place you have been, then get up, stretch your muscles and move two steps with determination.

What comes out of the tail pipe of all gas burning cars and trucks? a. Carbon monoxide b. Greenhouse gas c. Carbon dioxide d. All of the above Get it right and cool down two.

What comes out of the tail pipe of all gas burning cars and trucks?
a. Carbon monoxide
b. Greenhouse gas
c. Carbon dioxide
d. All of the above

Get it right and cool down two.

Which country uses the most energy (per person)? a. Japan b. America c. Argentina d. Germany Get it right and cool down two degrees.

Which country uses the most energy (per person)?
a. Japan
b. America
c. Argentina
d. Germany

Get it right and cool down two degrees.

What must you have to make plastic? a. Algae b. Silicone c. Petroleum products and electricity d. Beeswax and bamboo Get it right and cool down two.

What must you have to make plastic?
a. Algae
b. Silicone
c. Petroleum products and electricity
d. Beeswax and bamboo

Get it right and cool down two.

Which will help the most with climate change? a. Buy less stuff (reduce) b. Recycle what you buy c. Give away what you don’t use (reuse) d. None of the above Get it right and cool down two.

Which will help the most with climate change?
a. Buy less stuff (reduce)
b. Recycle what you buy
c. Give away what you don’t use (reuse)
d. None of the above

Get it right and cool down two.