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Lighthouse Building – Starting with a set supply of non-perishable food, teams will attempt the build the tallest, unsupported structure from the ground using. Students can cut out the stones or boulders and glue them in the frame to create their own inukshuk. Afterwards they can draw a background to their inukshuk. Inuksuit also served more symbolic purposes. Someone might construct an inukshuk to mark a sacred area or commemorate the loss of a loved one. Inuksuit not only.

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"Inukshuk" redirects here. For the Canadian wireless network, see Inukshuk Wireless. These structures are found in northern Canada, Greenland, and Alaska . Lighthouse Building – Starting with a set supply of non-perishable food, teams will attempt the build the tallest, unsupported structure from the ground using. Building with rocks set up on a table and leave for children to manipulate.

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These little stacks of stones might be fun to build, but their proliferation around the globe is turning into a real problem. In this companion volume to her award-winning The Inuksuk Book, Ontario artist and teacher Mary Wallace shows how to build one's own inuksuk – a project. Inuksuit (singular: inuksuk) are towers of rocks and stones built by Inuit, Iñupiat, Kalaallit, Yupik, and other peoples of the Arctic region of North America.