Inuit Indians Playdough Mats

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The Inuit Indians live in most of the Arctic Tundra – Alaska, Canada – and also Greenland. The geography and climate of the land dictate their lifestyle and culture. The region they call home is a largely inhospitable landscape of flat and treeless land that is dark, cold and snowy.

Until recent years, the tribe lived in igloos and karmaks during the winter months and teepee-like structures or tents in the warmer months. Their diet consists of mostly fish products, but also seal, whale, sea lions, walrus, caribou, small birds, and otters. Their clothes, mitts, and boots were made from fur and animal skins. They use dogsleds and snowshoes to get around and leather-covered, watertight canoes similar to kayaks.

If you're studying the arctic, don't forget to learn all about the Inuit Indians too. These simple playdough mats are great for the little ones as they learn alongside your older kids. :: www.inallyoudo.net

Many younger Inuits are torn between their old customs and traditions and the modern culture their heritage has been thrust in to in order to survive. However, some tribes do still exist, just with some modern twists.

A few years ago I released a 91-page Inuit Indians Mini Unit for PreK-5th grade and is the perfect companion to these fun Playdough Mats. Playdough mats are great for working on counting, fine motor skills, and even letter recognition.

I recommend printing each page (preferably on cardstock, but printer paper will work too) and then laminating them for longevity. The nice thing about these mats is that they really are multi-purpose. You can use them with playdough for younger kids and then graduate to wipe-off markers as they get more fine motor skills. You can also use a variety of objects to place in the little boxes to help kids with their counting. My girls also love to use pom-poms to count.

Included in this set:

  • 4 Letter Playdough Mats
  • 1-10 Number Playdough Mats

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If you’re studying the arctic, don’t forget to learn all about the Inuit Indians too. These simple playdough mats are great for the little ones as they learn alongside your older kids.

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Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet all her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating fun and engaging printables, unit studies and curriculum for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about marriage, parenting, and homeschooling all while maintaining her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers, where she shares free printables and resources from around the web as well as deals on curriculum and homeschooling resources. You can also keep up with her via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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