|Our Homeschool Classroom
Are you curious about our personal
Homeschool Classroom? Come on by and
see how we've set up our Dining Area for
multipurpose use. Read about our yearly
curriculum choices, and join us in our
homeschool journey at The Crafty
|Find it Here:
(one box = one igloo)
|Fun ideas for enhancing your lessons on the Inuit tribes of North America. These are great for children of all ages and
you'll find recommended reading to pair alongside the themed activities. We made an Inuit Lapbook and a few Arctic
File Folder Games to go alongside our learning!
|Look Inside an Igloo
|My Arctic 1,2,3
Draw out the shape of your igloo. Try to
get it a circle, you can use a plate or
upside down cup. Don't forget a
certainly do a complete circle and try
cutting out a door later.
Pour your sugar cubes into a dish for
When you start you're second layer you
want to build a little bit inwards so that
eventually you're igloo will come
Put down a layer of glue along your igloo
shape, and begin to build your igloo.
At some point you'll need to let your
layers dry. When we got to the forth
layer we decided to let it rest for the
Continue to build up and in, being
careful. If you can stagger the cubes a
bit it will be somewhat sturdier.
When dry you can add to your Arctic
scene by filling up the cardboard area.
Maybe making an Inuit family, an ice
fishing hole, various animals outside....it's
up to you!
As we added each additional layer, we
let it dry overnight, using glue bottles
and other household tools as props.