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The 39th annual Gathering of Nations Pow Wow is April 28-30, 2022 Ya’at’eeh everyone. 7 Generation Games is traveling to Gathering of Nations at the Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque, NM. We will be exhibiting there on both days! Get your tickets. Diana Sanchez and I hope to see you at […]

Gathering of Nations 2022


Much of my interests and family history with sheep is what guided our video game development for Making Camp Navajo. This new game is set to be bilingual in English and Diné bizaad. Spinning wool is not easy to learn. It takes some time and some investment to learn. First, […]

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




These days, it isn’t every day Navajos work with raw sheep’s wool or even think about crafting with yarn to make something wearable. Though sheep and goats are the traditional and cultural animals most raised by my Navajo people and other tribes of the Southwest, fewer people farm animals than […]

Working with Wool Pt. 1: Shearing, Skirting and Scouring





7 Generation Games is headed to the New Mexico Association for Bilingual Education conference from April 7-9, 2022. This annual state conference will be in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Embassy Suites hotel. Get ready for three days of career-empowering knowledge, practices, networking, and practical teaching solutions! Visit our 7 […]

We’re Boosting Bilingual Education at NMABE


We have added a Resource Library webpage on our teacher platform, Growing Math. We have also organized the virtual manipulatives page. What’s in the Resource Library? Are you looking for something to make your lesson just a little more engaging or to reach that student who didn’t understand the first […]

The Growing Math Resources Library




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?