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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.

Testimonials

The conversation is lively, global, colorful and relevant.

My hat’s off to you for designing Polar Eclipse and getting it out into the world. The game is a smart and respectful way to help children understand global climate change and learn to apply their thinking.”
— Barry Lopez, Essayist and Author
Polar Eclipse presents a wonderful opportunity for me to both play a fun game that my kids really enjoy and to openly discuss with them the many challenges related to global climate change.
— Marc Fink, Attorney, the Center for Biological Diversity
We played Polar Eclipse as a family and really enjoyed it. To say the game is educational is an understatement. We were surprised at all we didn’t know about climate change. You learn something with every card—while you compete with other players to successfully turn back the tide of global warming. To “win” is to save the planet—and what a great goal for players of Polar Eclipse and citizens of Planet Earth. Congratulations to the makers of Polar Eclipse for finding a way to get the message through to all ages that time is short and the stakes are high.
— Matthew and Anna Heimburger, English Professor & Environmental Designer
The information is very intriguing. It helps you feel like you can make a difference in helping slow green house warming. Polar Eclipse is not only very educational; it is fun, entertaining and empowering.
— Janet Johnson, Artist and Art Educator
Game of the Year and 2012 Seal of Excellence: Creative Child Magazine

Game of the Year and 2012 Seal of Excellence:

Creative Child Magazine