A Hotlist on The Inuit
An Internet Hotlist on The Inuit
created by Mrs. Aulie
Earl Grey School
| Animals of the North
| People of the North
| Homes of the Inuit
| Inuit Language, Arts and Games
| Other Inuit Information
In addition to using books and magazines to find out about The Inuit, why not also use the power of the Internet? The links below will get you started.
The Internet Resources
- http://www.museevirtuel.ca/Exhibitions/Inuit_Haida/inuit/English/Our_culture/hunting_way_of_life/hunting_way_of_life.html This shows a few pictures of Inuit hunting, and explains a little about how the Inuit hunts their food.
- http://pwnhc.learnnet.nt.ca/exhibits/nv/harpoon.htm Look at the harpoons that Inuit still use today to hunt with
- Teacher Resource
- http://www.nuttinbutkids.com/artic.html Several good ideas to add to your resources on the Arctic.
- Arthropolis web page
- http://www.athropolis.com/ This is the official web page that has terrific links all related to the story (11 chapters long).
Animals of the North
- http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/toothwalkers/index.html Lots of information on the walrus
- Inuit marine animals
- Inuit land mammals
- More Inuit animals
- http://collections.ic.gc.ca/arctic/species/species.htm An index of many of the animals of the north
- Arctic Animals
- http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/animals.html Many other animals from the north listed here.
- Polar Bears
- http://www.enn.com/enn-features-archive/1998/03/032798/factpolbr.asp Polar bear info -- lots of it.
- Polar bears
- http://www.greenpeace.org/~climate/arctic99//reports/bearfact.html Great info on polar bears
People of the North
- The people
- http://radio.cbc.ca/nunavut/people.html Reading level is difficult - all about the Inuit people
- Inuit Cullture
- http://www.museevirtuel.ca/Exhibitions/Inuit_Haida/inuit/English/Our_culture/inuit_culture/inuit_culture.html There are photos here, but also good, basic information about the Inuit cullture.
- Inuit family and culture
- http://www.museevirtuel.ca/Exhibitions/Inuit_Haida/inuit/English/Our_culture/family/family.html This page talks about the importance of the family structure in the Inuit culture.
- Inuit culture
- http://www.nunatour.nt.ca/ADV/ADV2b.htm More information on Inuit culture -- the writing is small, but there is only one short page to read, and look at a few photos.
- Arctic culture
- http://www.destinationarctic.com/lore/people.shtml More information about the Inuit culture and people -- more difficult reading level.
- Inuit Food
- http://www.museevirtuel.ca/Exhibitions/Inuit_Haida/inuit/English/Our_culture/country_foods/country_foods.html This gives a bit of information about modern Inuit food.
Homes of the Inuit
Inuit Language, Arts and Games
- http://www.arctic-travel.com/chapters/languagepage.html EAsier to read -- lots of info
- Traditional Inuit games
- Inuit art
- Arts and Crafts
- http://collections.ic.gc.ca/arctic/inuit/art.htm Great examples of some arts and crafts from the north
- Inuit Art
- http://www.inuitartauction.com/ Click on the title of each art piece to view authentic Inuit art.
- Inuit language
- http://www.museevirtuel.ca/Exhibitions/Inuit_Haida/inuit/English/Our_culture/language/language.html There is good basic information about the Inuit language; a chart showing the syllables used is given.
- Inuit arts
- http://www.nunatour.nt.ca/ADV/ADV2c.htm There is good basic information here about Inuit art. There are several links to take you to specific artists.
Other Inuit Information
- Inuit Homepage with many good links
- http://www.camosun.bc.ca/~conklin/pages/martin/html/inuit.htm Links include: Housing, art, food, language, dress -- easy to read
- Inuit land
- http://www.museevirtuel.ca/Exhibitions/Inuit_Haida/inuit/English/land_and_fresh_waters/a_story/a_story.html This site shows many photos of what the environment in the Arctic is like, as well as gives explanations about the characteristics of it.
- Northern Lights
- http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/lights.html Check out the first three sites listed here to see some great northern lights, and to learn about them.
- Arctic quiz
- http://webacc.fsd38.ab.ca/schools/Gibson/game1/sld001.htm This is an interesting slide show about facts about Arctic.
- Games about the Arctic
- http://www.mnh.si.edu/arctic/game/ A game or two to play here.
- Arctic info
- http://tqjunior.thinkquest.org/3500/ Terrific site here for students to read at their level, as well as activities for teachers too.
- Great games
- http://www.seaworld.org/arctic/ Lots of games to do here.
Content by Mrs. Aulie, email@example.com
Last revised Wed Feb 5 19:22:51 US/Pacific 2003