Passed from generation to generation the games of the north helped Arctic peoples adapt to change. They test endurance, strength and agility; They bring people together to have fun — most of all they celebrate the traditions and rich heritage of one of the world’s oldest and most adaptable cultures.
One-Foot Kick trains skills hunters use to communicate over distances
Stick Pull, Knuckle Hop, Toe Walk, Eagle Carrier, One-Arm Reach, Drop the Bomb, Crab Walk…
GAMES OF STRENGTH
they are not just games, they are survival skills
Traditional Games Show
— and they are a great way to explore lessons in math, physics, biology, geography, history, story telling…
Online Learning Curriculum
with our arctic games curriculum
Millions of children will learn
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July 22 – 24, 2016
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