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June 11, 2019

The children at Cook Inlet Native Head Start are boating in canoes, swimming with a beluga whale, and racing sled dogs. That’s all pretend, of course, in their new culturally-designed playground. This Anchorage Head Start is a cultural immersion program for Alaska Native and American Indian children from birth to 5 years old. One of the goals at Cook Inlet Native Head Start is to help children develop knowledge and pride in their traditional Native heritage. ​



Play Every Day

Fred Ipalook Elementary School in Utqiaġvik — Inside playground​​

See how Alaska kids get out and play every day.​​