Life in the Great Ice Age by Michael and Beverly Oard
Lesson 6: Chapter 5
Life in the Great Ice Age
Pages 40-49 (Chapter 5)
Retell Ungar’s account of what life was like ‘far away.’
What is another name for the large, warm, salty ‘lake’ in this chapter?
What did Grandfather think was causing the ice wall to melt?
How do we know that the Beetle Brows were heading south when they left the camp?
Locate the Sahara desert, the Dead Sea, and Siberia on a world map.
Write a research paper on Siberia. What is the weather like now? How do people who live there survive? What animals inhabit that land today?
On a map, have students follow the route the elk, deer and other animals followed after they left Siberia.
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