Learn how the Lakota lived. Experience the Lakota language. Improve math skills.
⭐Recommended Grade Level: Math, Grades 3-5; Language, All Ages
⭐Math: Multiplication and Division
⭐History: Lakota (Sioux), Plains Indians, Native American
In Making Camp Lakota, players practice multiplication and division skills. They’ll also be introduced to Lakota history, culture and language.
Earn points by solving math problems and answering social studies questions in the village-building simulation game as you earn items to customize your tipi.
📌Choose from “Numbers” to work on your math skills or “Life” to learn about traditional Lakota life on the plains.
📌 Choose from hands-on math activities where problems are randomly generated, so you can play them again and again.
📌It can be played in English, Lakota or flipping between the two. Language of instruction is controlled by the player on every screen within the game, including text, audio and video content, by using the language button at the top left corner of the game.
📌 Learn and earn by watching videos on math and social studies.
📌 Customize your own virtual world, building and filling up your tipi with 20 different interactive items.
📌Our app features interactive activities to familiarize kids with standardized assessments.
📌All math items are aligned to state and national standards. Meets Common Core.
🌲Making Camp Lakota is the FIRST fully English/Lakota bilingual, cross-curricular math video game.
Whether you are a Lakota speaker, a Lakota language learner or hearing Lakota for the very first time, Making Camp Lakota has something for you!
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💝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, in collaboration with the Thunder Valley Community Development Corp.
Making Camp Lakota draws from 7 Generation Games award-winning work, which backed 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.