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Bring Alutiiq culture to your classroom, camp, program, or event with our traveling education boxes. Each box explores Alutiiq heritage with hands-on activities that can be adjusted for many ages. Each box comes in a sturdy case, easy to ship
Alutiiq Animals - Includes beanie babies representing local animals, flash cards, bingo game, ideas for classroom games and activities that teach Alutiiq animal vocabulary and basic verbs, a sheet listing online resources and suggested animal related Alutiiq songs.
Alutiiq Subsistence - Includes samples of fur, bone, tooth, stone, spruce root, and other natural resources harvested and used by Alutiiq people. Also contains a folder of educational handouts about whaling, animals, and plants, as well as a Wild Foods Cookbook, and the Traditional Food Guide that lists nutritional values for traditional native foods.
Alutiiq Stories and Games - Includes skill toys used by girls and boys, Augca'aq sets (darts), kakangaq discs (throwing discs, a set of maqaq (dice), tally sticks, instructions for other games, and folders with Tales from Kodiak collected by Frank Golder.
Petroglyph Interactive - Includes petroglyph stamps and clay tablets for rubbings, The Cape Alitak Petroglyphs book, informational handouts, and link to website videos about Kodiak rock art.
Saving our Alutiiq Language - Includes interactive language learning tools (doll board game, flash cards), as well as audio and video resources, an Alutiiq dictionary, and a list of on line resources.
Saving our Dance - Includes Rattle, CD of Alutiiq Music, dance workshop DVD, Alutiiq mask publications, picture dictionary, and instructions for making beaded headdresses and dance belts.Who Are the Alutiiq - Focuses on four core areas of Alutiiq life - homeland, language, customs, and history - and includes an interactive time line, audio taped Alutiiq vocabulary lessons, an account of a traditional ceremony, a sheet listing on line resources, and much more.
Developed with generous support from the Kodiak Island Borough School District and the US Coast Guard Officer's Spouses Association.