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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 Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Canada For Kids, Indigenous People Of Canada, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Education, Inuit People, Canadian History

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 »

Canada.  Children.  Canadian Arctic.  Scott 1578 A643, Issued 1995 Sept. 15,  Perf.  Perf. 13x12 1/2, Booklet Stamps, 45c. /ldb. Canada, Antarctica, Postage Stamps, Booklet, Postcards, Colours, Children, Utility Pole, Arctic

Canada. Children. Canadian Arctic. Scott 1578 A643, Issued 1995 Sept. 15, Perf. Perf. 13x12 1/2, Booklet Stamps, 45c. /ldb.

(Picture Book) A young girl in Nunavut builds stone men, called Inuksuk, to direct her father and brother home when they are lost. Inuit People, First Nations, Canada, World, Illustration, Gifts, Social Studies, Geography, Kids

The Gift Of The Inuksuk

Unique and as beautiful as a snowflake or footprint, an Inuksut (inNUKshuk,) is one of the stone figures that can be seen dotting the Canadian Arctic region. Many made by ancient hands, the...

How do people in Inuvik live above the Arctic Circle in 9 months of winter & 1 month of total darkness in the Canadian Arctic? Vacation Trips, Dream Vacations, Canada Destinations, Visit Canada, Arctic Circle, Explore Travel, 1 Month, Antarctica, Canada Travel

Why Would Someone Live in the Canadian Arctic?

How do people in Inuvik live above the Arctic Circle in 9 months of winter & 1 month of total darkness in the Canadian Arctic? I'll show you... via @Ottsworld

Gulls perch on the last of the melting summer ice, at Pond Inlet, Nunavut, Canada / ©: Andrew S. Sea Ice, Gulls, Antarctica, Marine Life, Conservation, Habitats, Pond, Canada, Places

Protecting The Last Ice Area | WWF.CA

The change in climate is shrinking the size and duration of summer sea ice, a vital habitat for Arctic marine life and for maintaining Inuit way of life.