Internet Field Trip: An Overview on Teaching Fractions

Here’s a good Internet Field Trip. We’re drawing closer to Spring. But what exactly does that mean? So, the first day of winter in a given year was Dec. 21st. The first day of spring in a relative year is March 20th. Here’s your winter breakdown: 10 days in December 31 days in January 24

Awesome Resources for Teachers: Ojibwe (Chippewa)

Since we’ve already told you about some awesome resources when it comes to the Dakota (Sioux) people we figured we’d let you know about some awesome Ojibwe (Chippewa) resources also! The Ojibwe are featured in our games Fish Lake, Making Camp and Forgotten Trail so the culture is a big part of 7 Generation Games. The great thing

Video: Math Terms

It’s Friday and here’s your educational resource of the week from 7 Generation Games. Sometimes, students just don’t know what you are asking Check out this great video called, “What’s The Word” that teaches addition, subtraction, and multiplication terms. We all know that we’re going to need math in the future, so knowing the right

Video: Native American Tobacco

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 the culture video below. Tobacco

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Yes, Your Kids Can Learn Division on YouTube

Do you feel as if you’ve been home with your child for 50 days, not five? Should the number 50 be multiplied by the number of children you have at home? Yes, yes it should. If you’ve decided that summer came early and your children are going to spend the next however long this quarantine

Finding the perimeter and physical education

I was tempted to call this lesson plan “Find the perimeter and leave me in peace” because I was asked if I had any lessons students could do on their own. By this point, many parents are getting tired of interrupting their own work every 5 minutes to help their children with math problems. Finding

Educational Activities You Can Do at Home, Pt. 2

With schools being closed you might have noticed that many companies are offering their products and services for free during this quarantine. So here’s part 2 of a selection of the educational products and activities you can “plug & play” to continue learning from home. If you missed part 1, click here. Code.org: Learn to