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Use this book with K12 students to explore the I AM INUIT exhibition.
Dive into the northern waters of Alaska with K12 students.
Explore objects, images and ideas connected to surviving and thriving in the North with K12 students.
Explore the idea of belonging through artworks created by artists who have made Alaska their home with K12 students.
Delve deeply by using this deck of twenty questions to ask any museum object with K-12 students.
Explore objects and ideas connected to foodways in the North with K12 students.
Dive into the objects and ideas connected to the bowhead whale with 3-12 students.
Learn more about contemporary artists who examine identity through their artworks with 9th grade + students.
Explore 4 primary sources to learn about Anchorage and its place names through photographs and maps with 2-12 students.
Explore 2 primary sources to learn about how salmon canneries have influenced Alaska Native land and harvesting rights, and impacted human migration and immigration in Alaska with 2-12 students.
Examine the relationship of language, culture, and identity through the poem ‘Shaawatke’é’s Birth’ by Emily Wall and X’unei Lance Twitchell and works of art from the Anchorage Museum with students in the ninth grade and up.
Learn about the practice of foraging and related museum objects with grade 2+ students.
Examine the artwork Marie Rexford by Brian Adams for Kindergarten or 9th+ grade students.
Examine the Women of the North series by Rebecca Lyon with 2nd grade students.
Examine the artwork Everything I Love is Here by Alvin Amason with 1st grade students.
Examine the artwork Muir Glacier by Thomas Hill with 3rd grade students.
Examine the artwork Punk Nanuk Inua by Lawrence James Beck with 4th grade students.
Examine the artwork Radio Babies by George Ahgupuk with 5th grade students.
Examine the artwork Neqeniighta by James Temte, Michelle Xiao, and Jon Burpee with 6th grade students.
Examine the artwork Blueberries by James Robert Schoppert for high school students.
Share this guide with students to let them know what to expect on their museum field trip.
Share this guide with anyone to let them know what to expect when they visit the museum as a member of the public.
Share these maps with anyone who would benefit in a museum map in one of the nine languages provided.