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Arctic
Arctic
The northern part of Canada. Where it is very cold.
Igloo
Igloo
A house made of Ice blocks that the Inuit people lived in. They are warm inside.
Inuit
Inuit
The First Nations group that lived in Northern Canada.
Eskimos
Eskimos
Another name for the Inuit people.
Tribes
Different Native groups were called Tribes.
Raw
Not cooked.
Snowshoes
Snowshoes
A footwear for walking on top of the snow. Looks like a tennis racket that straps onto your boots.
Inuktitut
The language that the Inuit people speak
Alaska
Alaska
The state beside northern Canada. Right beside the Yukon. It is part of the USA.
Tuniit
The first people to live in Northern Canada. Before the Inuit people came over from Alaska.
Flu
A sickness which makes you very tired and makes your body hurt all over. You get sick in your stomac and very hot.
Seals
Seals
An animal that lives in the water and eats fish.
Fox
Fox
An animal that looks like a small dog. Usually red in color.
Whales
Whales
A large animal that lives in the ocean.
Caribou
Caribou
A animal with large horns. A little smaller than a moose.
Walrus
Walrus
A large animal that lives in the water and on land. A lot bigger than a seal.
Musk Ox
Musk Ox
An animal like a bison but with long hair. Lives in the Arctic.
Seaweed
Plant that live under water.
Accident
When something goes wrong and something bad happens because of it.
Freezing
Freezing
Very very cold
Tents
Tents
a shelter made out of cloth
Piled
To stack things up ontop of each other.
Survive
To continue being alive.
Coats
Coats
Clothing that you wear when it is cold outside to keep warm.
Sod
Another name for grass.
Roof
The top of a house that protects you from the weather.
Norsemen
Norsemen
Another name for the Vikings.
Abandoned
To leave behind.
Ice Age
When it gets extremely cold up north for a long time and the water freezes into thick ice. When this happend the Inuit could not fish anymore because they could not get to the water.
Border
Something that seperates two parts of land.
Clever
Being able to think fast, smart.
Transportation
Ways of moving from one place to another.
Sleds
Sleds
transportation made out of wood, that can be pulled on top of the snow.
Umiak
Umiak
A large boat made out of whale bone and seal skin. Like a Canoe but larger.
Ignored
To not pay attention to something
Wander
To move around wherever you want, whenever you want.
Modern
New, something in today's time.