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    • by khymarra
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      My youngest son is a big fan of non-fictional films; as a result, I get “suckered” into watching them with him.

      “Life in the Artic Zone” is a narrative documentary that covers the Artic region of Northern Canada. You get to spend on hour watching life as it happens in an Inuit


      (formerly known as Eskimos) village. You get to watch the day-to-day struggles and discuss how there in no way on Earth that you would want to live there in all of that snow. Then you venture outside of the village into the wilds to encounter polar bears, seals, walruses, and other ...

      • native wildlife.

        The only interest I could generate was for the polar bears. My son, on the other hand, absorbed everything with a fascination that only kids can achieve. Of course, I figure he will forget most of it by the time he is twenty-five, but when they are eager to learn,

        you do not discourage it.

        If your kids need help in a related class, pick up “Life in the Artic Zone”. Should you just want to spend time with your kids watching something that will not rot their brains, watch this film. However, if you are looking for entertainment, go to Blockbuster.




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