Educational Resources



It’s finally here! Our development team has been hard at work, revamping Making Camp Ojibwe. Now it has been featured on the front page under the Kids’ New + Updated games! Making Camp Ojibwe for Android features a newly updated in-game store. The before and after from the trading section […]

Making Camp Ojibwe: New & Improved on Android


Recently, we announced the partnership between Strong Mind Strong Body Foundation and 7 Generation Games to provide free educational resources to students in order to help them face: risk of child sexual abuse, exposure to domestic violence in the home, and creating a safety plan among others. We had several […]

Crossroads Games for Healthy Choices: New Android Apps & Lessons




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  In ReflectionSince the beginning, 7 Generation Games has been steadily working to deliver much-needed resources to rural learners and educators in Native American and Latino communities. The pandemic ramped up our efforts to develop a response to the education disparities that were laid bare last spring. Closing the digital […]

What is Growing Math About?




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When you talk about the homes of traditional Native Americans, the first thing that comes to mind for many people is a tipi. That’s because the tipi, although traditionally used primarily by Plains tribes, is what is most frequently depicted in shows, movies and other images. However, just as there […]

Home, Sweet Home: Tipis, Hogans, Wigwams and More


Here are some activities, projects, and experiments that can be done in class or at home. Some are USDA and others are from Ag in the Classroom. Here are 12 for today. Elementary School Science Resources Pre-K to 2nd grade Eggology – will learn what a chick needs for survival […]

Free Agricultural Science Resources for Grades 3-8




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Growing Math is a free, new platform to provide educators the tools and training they need to best serve students in tribal areas, rural communities and urban cities with significant Indigenous populations.  During COVID, are you/your school struggling with any of the following: Attendance (in-person or online); Engagement (i.e. students […]

Seeking Schools for Federally-Funded Pilot to Improve Learning During COVID


Time Spent Learning Your Culture is of the Essence Several years ago, Dr. Erich Longie and I participated in an analysis of the National Indian Education Study database where we found that the more native youth learned their culture and language in school, the worse their math scores. This finding […]

Include Native American Culture in Your Math Class