You'd think going on a radio show wouldn't require a basket full of props and materials, but the Children's Hour is not a typical show. With children participating and even co-engineering the show, it's a unique opportunity to engage the kiddos in the studio in learning about the Arctic, climate change, and what it means to be an Explorer.
That's why my Arctic wildlife friends joined me, in addition to my posters, postcards, and there was even a VR experience for the kids (and parents!) to experience Svalbard (Thanks, Kimberly Young, for sharing your 360 footage! They loved it!) It was such a joy to be part of the creative, fun energy that Katie and the young people in the studio exude.
Thank you, @lindbladexp and @natgeoeducation , for the opportunity to be a Teacher Explorer and share the wonders of the Arctic with my community.