All 7 Generation Games teach mathematics as well as history and culture. The following games teach Dakota/ Lakota history and culture.
Spirit Lake: The Game – 3D Adventure, Math and History
Spirit Lake: The Game– In Spirit Lake: The Game, players learn how to solve multiplication, division and geometry through word problems set in the context of a stories based on the history and culture of the Dakota people. Runs on Mac and Windows computers. Included with school games license. Can also be purchased separately at $100 for a classroom or $9.99 for individual license.
Spirit Lake Demo – Get a level for free
Making Camp Lakota
In, Making Camp Lakota, players practice multiplication and division skills. They’ll also be introduced to Lakota history and culture. 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. Created with the Thunder Valley Community Development Corp., Making Camp Lakota is the the FIRST fully English/Lakota bilingual, cross-curricular math video game. It can be played in English, Lakota or flipping between the two.
It’s free and available for iPad, Android or playable on the web on Chromebook, Mac or Windows computers.
Math: The Universal Language Lakota
In Math: The Universal Language Lakota tradition meets tech in an engaging new way to learn. Numbers spring to life in English and Lakota using this augmented reality app to practice multiplication and learn numbers in two languages!
It’s free and available for iPad, iPhone and Android devices.