rural education


Spinning wool is not easy to learn. It takes some time and some investment to learn. First, I read about how spinning worked and watched a lot of YouTube videos. I had to learn what made spinning easier or more difficult. The word for sheep wool in Diné bizaad is […]

Working with Wool Pt. 2: From Sheep to a Traditional ...


Most of the time, words like “studying” and “vacations”, can sound like complete antonyms. In general, studying at a school can be exhausting, to the point that can become stressful for kids. However, studying by itself may not be as stressful as studying while at school, where kids must past […]

Why is it good to learn during vacations?





On the first day of the 7 Generation Games Christmas Countdown, 7 Generation Games gave to me… Making Camp: Ojibwe Play online here Get it in the Apple App Store  Get it for Android Don’t forget to check back here daily for more gifts from us to you, or follow […]

Countdown to Christmas, Day 1: Making Camp Ojibwe




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As CEO of 7 Generation Games, I am proud and humbled to be able to announce that we have received funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to create a new learning platform, specifically aimed at helping meet the needs of Indigenous students and the educators working to serve these communities.

Announcing Growing Math Project to Meet Immediate Educational Needs of ...





Gamified language learning Grades remind people of work, but games remind people it’s time for fun! We have immersive bilingual adventures to offer bilingual learners, Grade 5 and up, practice Spanish or English. Yes, you can use these apps in high school Spanish and for ESL and ELL students. The […]

Strengthen Spanish Study with Games and AR