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Students in Mrs. Burns’ class wrote about the Inuit Native Americans that they have been studying.

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate raw meat and seal. In the winter, it was very cold. In the summer, it was cool but it is warmer. The coats are called parkas. The homes are called igloos. The men hunted for food.

By Samantha

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate seal meat. They made igloos. The women chewed walrus skin to make it soft. The men hunted for fish to make food. The women made all the clothes. The men hunted on kayaks. They also hunted on umiaks. The Eskimos live in igloos.

By Brian

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. The Inuits use whale intestine for raincoats. They had mukluks for boots. They live in igloos or land tents or tupigs. It was very cold below, 60 below 0. They ate fish and raw meat and seals. Women scraped skin and chewed it.

By Meih

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate seal, elk, caribou, whale fish, raw meat, walrus and polar bear. Their clothing was made out of bearskin. Another piece of clothing is sun-goggles. Their raingear and underwear was made out of walrus and seal intestines. The climate was very cold, 60 below 0. Any home that they built they called it an igloo. A craft that they made was soap.

By Fallyn

 

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region They ate elk. They wore bearskin. The women chewed the fur. They make igloos out of ice and the temperature can be –60. The men hunted fish and the Inuits ate raw meat. They wore snow goggles and they wore boots.

By Lacey

 

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They lived in homes called igloos. In the summer they had homes called sod houses. In the Arctic it is very cold. They had boots called mukluks. They had coats called parkas. They ate lots of raw meat. They ate lots of fish, too. Women chewed the skins to make the skins soft.

By Eric

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate raw seal, elk, caribou, whale, fish, polar bear, and walrus meat. They wore bearskin and other animal skins. It was warmer in the summer than the winter. For homes they built igloos. In order to get food the mens job was hunting.

By Henry

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. Their clothing was made out of sealskin and bear skin. They ate fish, raw meat, seal, whale, elk, caribou, polar bear, and walrus. They made knives out of walrus tusks. Their igloos were made out of snow ice blocks. In the winter it was very cold.

By Brendan

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They had caribou, elk, seal, and whale to eat. In the summer, it was warmer, but they still wore their coats. They were very good hunters. Their parkas kept them warm.

By Jaedyn

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They rode on boats called kayaks and umiaks. Inuits ate whale and seal. Inuits used bearskins for their clothing. Inuits lived in igloos. Men hunted for their family. It is –60 degrees in the winter.

By Courtney

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate walrus. The mens jobs were to hunt the food and the women’s job was to thaw the food. and to get the clothing. The clothing was mukluks and parkas. Their climate could be minus sixty degrees, which is cold. The homes are called igloos and are made out of ice and that is cool.

By Marcus

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate polar bear. They lived in igloos. Their boats are kayaks and umiaks. They wore the snow goggles.

By Mandi

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They ate seal. They lived in igloos. The climate was below sixty degrees. They wore seal intestines. Men hunted and they also ate fish. It was warmer in the summer. They wore bearskins.

By Andrew

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. Their homes were called igloos. They make igloos with snow blocks. In the winter it is 60 below zero. For their boots they used mukluks. If they had to, they’d eat polar bear. The men hunt for food. Some people make boats for crafts.

By Casey

 

I will tell you about the Inuits’ homes. They use snow blocks. Now I will tell you about jobs. Women chew seal skin. The mens job was to hunt for food. Now I will tell you about the food. They catch seals with spears. Now I will tell you about clothing. They use sealskin and walrus intestine The end.

By Rachel

 

Inuits eat fish. For their clothes they use seal. They live in igloos. The men hunt for food to eat.

By Blake

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. They lived in a house called an igloo. In the summer it was kind of warm. In the winter it was very cold. Their coats are called a parka. They eat whale blubber. They might have wood knives. And the igloos are made out of big chunks of ice. And their soap was made out of whale blubber.

By Brooke

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. Their kind of food was seals, whale, fish, and polar bears. This is the name of their homes: igloo. Their homes were made out of ice and they had a land tent. The weather in the winter was –60 degrees. In summer, it was a lot warmer than the winter. Their clothing was made out of bearskin, seal skin. They made soap from whale blubber. Men went hunting for whale skin, walrus skin, and seal skin to make boats like kayaks and umiaks.

By Steven

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. The Inuits lived in homes called igloos. In the winter, Inuits made homes out of snow and ice. In the summer, Inuits made their homes out of animal skin. Inuits made their underwear and raingear out of seal intestine. Mukluks are boots. The climate is very cold in the winter and in the summer it is warmer. The Inuits only have to wear jackets. The men Inuits hunt seal, walrus, polar bear, caribou, fish, whale, and elk. Inuits eat raw meat.

By Jillian

 

The Inuit lived in an igloo house. They ate fish and seal. Their clothing was bearskin. Their climate could be 60 degrees below zero. Their jobs are carving walrus tusks ivory, but sometimes their jobs are making kayaks.

By Maddie

 

The Inuits lived in the Arctic region. Foods they eat are polar bear, fish, whale, seal, elk, and caribou. . They did jobs like the men hunted and the woman made soap from whale blubber.

By Alexis

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