In this lesson developed by the Arctic Eider Society, students learn to recognize and name different sea ice structures and phenomenons through a game.
First, teacher and students discuss what they know about sea ice and its importance for Inuit. It is a good time to invite a knowledge holder or to go on the land.
The card game is a fun way for students to consolidate their learning about sea ice using the clue cards and the questions in the student booklet.
* The resources in this lesson have been developed for Nunavut. The Nunavik Inuktitut terminology is different. See the Nunavik Sea Ice Vocabulary resource.