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60 minutes – $5.25/student

Includes free self-guiding time in Museum Galleries before or after the program.

Curriculum Target Grade: 3, 4, 5

Suitable for Grades: 2-6

Learn about the resourcefulness of Inuit community and their use of skin, stone, bone, and snow. Investigate artifacts such as the ulu, qulliq, and bow drill. Venture into the Arctic/Sub-Arctic Gallery and examine the flora and fauna of this region and see more examples of traditional clothing, weapons, toys, and tools.



Grade 3

3-KI-009: Define the elements that constitute a culture.

3-KI-010: Describe characteristics of daily life in communities studied.

3-KI-011: Give examples of cultural expression in communities studied.

3-KI-012: Recognize the diversity of cultures and communities in the world.

3-KL-017: Describe the influence of natural phenomena on ways of life in communities studied.

3-KL-018: Give examples of the use of natural resources in communities studied.

3-KL-020: Locate communities or countries studied on a world map or globe.

3-KE-036: Give examples of how the natural environment influences work, goods, technologies, and trade in communities studied.

Grade 4

4-KI-013: Describe Aboriginal contributions to the northern territory studied. –

KI-014: Give examples of Aboriginal languages, cultures, and communities in the northern territory studied.

4-KL-028: Locate on a map and describe physical features of the northern territory studied.

4-KL-029: Identify natural resources in the northern territory studied.

4-KL-032: Describe various purposes of inuksuit.

4-KH-038: Describe changes in ways of life in the last century in the northern territory studied.

Grade 5

S-305: Observe and analyze material or visual evidence for research.

KI-005: Describe characteristics of diverse First Peoples cultures before contact with Europeans.

KI-006: Compare daily life in diverse First Peoples communities.

KL-017: Describe practices and beliefs that reflected First Peoples’ connections with the land and the natural environment.

KH-036: Give examples of the impact of interactions between First Peoples and European traders and settlers.