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  • 1. The….. Inuit!
    • Presented by: Hannah McNeely
    • Presented to: Ms.Murphy
    • Subject: Social Studies
    • Date: Tuesday April 14 th /09
  • 2. !*Contents*!
    • 1. Clothing
    • 2. !Yummy Meats!
    • 3.Land
    • 4.Climate and Location
    • 5. Shelter
    • 6. Transportation
    • 7. Recreation
    • 8. Religious beliefs
    • 9.Awsome info
    • 10. Bibliography
  • 3. !Clothing!
    • The Inuit ….
    • dress very warmly because of their climate.
    • use skins like polar bear, and foxes
    • like caribou because its light weighted and warm.
    • boots are called kamiks they are made out of seal skin.
  • 4. *!Yummy Meats!*
    • The Inuit have foods like:
    • They eat :seals, walrus whales , polar bears.
    • They fish: Arctic char , Whitefish , Trout
    • Inuit women prepare the food.
    • White fish Arctic Char Trout
  • 5. Land
    • The Inuit land looks like:
    • Land: Lot’s of snow and mountains
    • Snow was 40-125 cm of snow
    • Flat land
    • No big trees
    • Snow covered
  • 6. Climate/Location
    • The Inuit's climate is:
    • -15 in the summer!
    • -40 in the winter or colder
    • Two months of total darkness
    • Inuit’s have:
    • Lakes and rivers covered in a thick layer of ice.
  • 7. Map Purple: the purple Area is the Inuit Territory. Yellow: is the part of the northwest territories. Blue : Is the water
  • 8. *!Shelter!*
    • The Inuit lived in:
    • Igloos and Tupeks
    • Tupeks are similar to tents but Tupeks are made out of animal skin which is used as like a roof also sticks and rocks are used to hold it up.
    • Igloos are iceblock's they hold up to 20 people
    • In igloos there is rarely ever windows
    • The doorway is covered in deer hide
    • It takes a couple hours to make an igloo
    • All you need to make a igloo is a knife and snow.
  • 9. Transportation
    • Inuit use transportation like:
    • They use: kyaks , dog sleds , umiaks <whaling boats>, one dog sled , and walking .
    • Umiaks were used in summer
  • 10. Recreation
    • Games :ajjak , nullattartuk , unummijuk , arsaarartuk, qumuaqatatjut , ajjagatuk , ajutat , and kilau
    • Art: Inuit mad small sculptures of animals and human figures out of soapstone .
  • 11. Religious beliefs
    • The Inuit believed in wind ,weather ,sun , and moon
    • Senda : was the most important god .she controlled the sea and sea creatures . They always tried to please her. (for whaling season)
  • 12. *!Awesome Info!*
    • DID YOU KNOW: INUIT
    • The Inuit had 2 names! One in Inuktitut and one in English.
    • -also when the Inuit are killing right before they kill they say “ Thank you for sharing and giving me your life .”
    • - Inuit means in English “The People.”
  • 13. Bibliography
    • Internet resources:
    • - http://en.google.ca (visited: April 18 th /09 )
    • Student research 2009. www.saskschools.ca (visited : April 6 th /09)
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/inuit
    • (visited: April 14 th /09 )
    • Print resources:
    • - Life In The Far North , Bobbie Kalman
  • 14. Thanks for Watching ! Mahavitch By: Hannah McNeely

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