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It’s the end of the week and that means that it’s time for the Freebie Friday. Today’s freebie is a video on how tobacco is considered sacred by most Native American tribes. The video talks about the way that tribes use tobacco and the reasons behind it. You can view […]

Freebie Friday: Tobacco is Considered Sacred by Most Native American ...





It’s Friday and here’s your Freebie Friday weekly resource from 7 Generation Games. Did you know that the Library of Congress is an excellent resource for Native American research and information? Many of these resources are now available in a digitized format, including an extensive number of photos. You can […]

Freebie Friday: Native American Photos from the Library of Congress


Spirit Lake - game teaching multiplication, division and Dakota history
Several years ago, Dr. Erich Longie and I participated in an analysis of the NIES database where we found that the more native youth learned their culture and language in school, the worse their math scores. This finding held true even when we controlled for socioeconomic indicators like mother’s education. […]

Including Native American culture in your math class


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It’s Easter Weekend and we imagine many of you have celebrations and events with friends and family planned. Now, some of you might be disappointed that today’s Freebie isn’t a chocolate bunny or creme filled candy eggs. What we have to share is educational, informative and a good aid to reflect on […]

Freebie Friday: Native American History By The Numbers Videos









Tic-tac-toe game for teaching multiplication
If you teach math, you are well aware of how essential it is that students learn basics such as multiplication and division. Of course math shouldn’t be all about rote memorization but if you believe it is a waste of time for students to memorize 9 x 7 = 63 […]

Teaching multiplication: Lesson Plan