Scrimshaw is a famous technique used by the Inuit. The Inuit engraved pictures that told stories in ivory and then rubbed the carving with lampblack. Have the students make a scrimshaw picture.
Great background information and directions for making an Athabascan Birch Bark Basket: http://www.teelfamily.com/activities/basket/
Students simply painted Inuit designs onto wooden disks. The disk was glued onto a piece of leather so the amulet could be worn around the neck.
This igloo was made with sugar cubes. They were glued onto foam with cotton balls for snow.
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