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Every September wood frogs in Alaska crawl into leaf litter and freeze into a frogsicle to prepare for the long winter. Two-thirds of their body water turns to ice and their hearts stop beating. Six months later, they thaw out and hop off. Read more: https://biodiv.us/2vNg0PN

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Our first H.O.M.E.School activity asks students to make a list of the special places in their lives and draw their own “sense of place” maps. In this lesson, students will draw mental maps and look at local maps to develop their spatial reasoning abilities, their mapping skills, and a greate…