Sing along to "Canada In My Pocket"
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An Inuksuk Means Welcome
An inuksuk is a stone landmark that different peoples of the Arctic region build to leave a symbolic message. Inuksuit (the plural of inuksuk) can point the way, express joy, or simply say: welcome. A central image in Inuit culture, the inuksuk frames this picture book as an acrostic: readers will learn seven words fro
Teach Your Kids About .... the Inuit People
Canada’s north is a frozen tundra where many people would never venture to live. Here is where you will find the Inuit – a people with a rich cultural tradition and ancestry, along with a unique history of survival. Below are resources to learn more about the Inuit. The Inuit The Inuit People: Grade … Teach Your Kids About …. the Inuit People Read More »
Social Studies Unit for Grade 2 - My Community
Classroom tips, teaching ideas and resources for the primary, or lower elementary classroom | STEM, Science, and Music, as well as ELA and Math |
Travel Brochure - Layers of Learning
This printable travel brochure will help kids organize facts and information about anywhere in the world.
Fur dressed Inuit hunter, Mamarut, rests on his sled, whilst on a hunting trip. N.W.Greenland. 1980
Bryan and Cherry Alexander Photography. Leading photographers of the Polar Regions specialising in pictures of indigenous peoples of the North and all aspects of Antarctica.
Inuit throat-singing demonstration
https://folkways.si.edu/tuva-voices-from-the-center-of-asia/world/music/album/smithsonian. Inuit women of northern Canada developed a unique, guttural vocal ...