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General Facts for Kids



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Clothing
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Housing - Inuits live in igloos in the winter.
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  • 10-minute video of How to Build an Igloo (starts with a commercial)
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Inuits live in tents in the summer.
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Travel
  • Umiaks are large open boats used for transportation.
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  • A kayak is a light canoe that carries a single person and is made for hunting. It was made by stretching skins over wooden frames.
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  • Snowshoes
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  • Dog sleds
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Food
Inuit diet is almost entirely meat. They hunt..
  • polar bears

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  • walrus

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  • seals

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  • caribou

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  • musk-oxen

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  • artic hares

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  • whales

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  • cod

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  • salmon

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  • narwhal

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  • guillemots

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Inuksuk
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An Inuksuk is a stone landmark. In artic regions, there are few natural landmarks. so the people needed landmarks to know where they were as they trekked across the snow and ice, in search of food. So, the early people made landmarks out of piles of stones. You could see them from some distance away. they were a form of communication. A particular design might tell a good place to fish ro others would alert to hiddden storages of food.


Legends


Art
Scrimshaw was a famous technique used by the Inuits. The inuits engraved pictures that told stories in ivory and then rubbed the carvings with lampblack.
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Music
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Poems and Stories

Inuit, Inuit
Inuit, Inuit we're learning about you,
The way you hunt and live
And the things that you do!
Inuit, Inuit where do you live?
We live in the Artic where it's cold.
That's where we live.
Inuit, Inuit what kind of home do you have?
We have tents in the summer
And igloos in the winter.
That's what kind of homes we have.
Inuit, Inuit what do you eat?
We eat fish, seals, caribou, and other sea mammals.
That's what we eat.
Inuit, Inuit what do you wear?
We wear coats made of animal skin, snow boots,
Parka and snow goggles.
That's what we wear.
Inuit, Inuit, how do you travel?
We use kayaks, umiaks and dog sleds.
That's how we travel.
Inuit, Inuit we're learning about you.
The way you hunt and live
And the things that you do!

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To the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot"
I'm a little Inuit
On the go
Here is my arrow (pull arrow from pouch)
Here is my bow (pull string on bow)
When I go out hunting
Here me shout - (hands around mouth
Caribou, Musk Ox
YOU BETTER WATCH OUT!



Chets Creek 5th Grade Projects
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Inuit: Chets Creek Pow Wow
Non-fiction Writing

Chets Creek Inuit Cardboard People
Chets Creek Inuit Family Igloos
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Inuit at Chets Creek Pow Wow
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