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Inuit Natives

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1: TABLE OF CONTENTS | Title of Page Page # Table of Contents 1 Geographical Location and map 2-3 Clothing 4-5 Shelter 6-7 Art 8-9 Bibliography 10

2: Inuit family | Shows where the Inuit lived

3: Did you know Inuit means people? Geographical Location and map | The Inuit, also known as Eskimos or Eaters of Raw Meat, live in NUNAVUT, QUEBEC, ALASKA, NORTHERN CANADA, and GREENLAND. This is called the Northern Polar region. The Polar Region is an ice desert; the winters are long, dark and very cold. The ground is frozen for most of the year. In conclusion, life for the Inuit was hard.

4: Clothing | The Inuit made their clothing by hand. The women learned how to sew in their childhood. When women got married, they took with them two of their most prized possessions, their ULU and their sewing kits. In their sewing kits there were sinews from the caribou’s back and legs that served as thread. Needles were made of ivory or the hard wing or leg of caribous. Also, the caribou’s hair was short and strong which was good for making Inuit clothing. The Inuit killed only the number of animals needed to outfit their families. In conclusion, caribou was a good material to make clothing for the Inuit.

5: Inuit clothing

6: Now on to shelter, The Inuit lived in different types of homes at different times of the year. | Igloo | SHELTER | SUMMER In the summer the Inuit stayed in tents. The tents were made from sturdy frames. The frames where made from wooden poles. The poles were covered in animal skin. | Igloo

7: WINTER In the winter, the Inuit lived in homes called igloos. Some Inuit live in permanent shaped homes. The Inuit made their homes out of stones. The stones where made from frozen snow and were shaped into an oval. Did you know that the foundation was built into the ground so the house would not shake or collapse? In conclusion, the Inuit homes were built out of different materials for each season.

8: The Inuit are well known for their sculptures and paintings. In Inuit art, the Soapstone and Serpentine are the most used. Did you know that the serpentine comes in a variety of colours, including black, brown, and green? There are different kinds of Inuit art, for example bone carvings. Some Inuit art are put in art museums like the ROM. In conclusion, Inuit art still exists today, is honoured and remembered. | ART

9: Inuit art

10: Canadian Aboriginal Art and Culture. Inuit Erinn Banting Weigl. Calgary 2008 | Bibliography | Ms. W's package


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  • Title: Inuit Natives
  • Hello my name is Eli and I made this mixbook. My mixbook teaches kids about the Inuit Natives and their lives. Two things that I liked about my mixbook project were learning about the Inuit natives’ lives and the backgrounds behind their stories. I hope you enjoy it! I hope you enjoy my mix book! Have a nice day!
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  • Published: almost 7 years ago