Making Camp Ojibwe


Making Camp Ojibwe makes math fun!

📚 In Making Camp Ojibwe, players practice multiplication and division skills while learning math problem-solving strategies. They’ll also be introduced to Native American history. Earn points by solving math problems and answering social studies questions in the village-building simulation game.

Recommended Grades 3-5
Math: Multiplication and Division
History: Ojibwe (Chippewa) , Plains Indians


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FEATURES

📌Choose from our hands-on math activities where problems are randomly generated, so you can play them again and again.
📌Focuses on basic math functions like multiplication and division while still keeping it fun with card matching games and other interactive activities. 

📌Customize your own virtual world, building and filling up your wigwam with 20 different interactive items.

📌Combines both language arts and math with problem solving videos that will keep you entertained while still providing you with information.

📌Learn more about Native American culture and their journeys by choosing one of the six movies offered  in the “LIFE” category.

Take a look!

💝NOTE TO PARENTS:

This video game has been created by 7 Generation Games, an independent video game studio making immersive educational games and interactive apps aimed at grades 3 through 8 with a mission of breaking down barriers to success one math problem at a time.
🏆Our award-winning work is backed by published academic research that shows students who played our games saw math scores on in-game skills improve 30% in 10 weeks – 3x over the control group. 

Related games: Making Camp Bilingual, Making Camp in English and Spanish. Fish Lake and Forgotten Trail, in terms of history. All three games are on the Ojibwe (Chippewa).