## Video: Red River Cart

Red River Cart This movie is in Forgotten Trail and Making Camp. Red river carts were developed used by the Metis and Ojibwe tribes west of the Red River. Many thanks to Dr. Carol Davis and Debbie Gourneau, both of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians (Ojibwe) for the information. Animation and sound done by

## Clip Art: Forgotten Trail

Clip Art: Forgotten Trail In developing our games, so little Native American-related clip art existed that we had to create our own. Now, we want to share it with you. Please feel free to use any of the artwork here in your classes, on your website or education-related blog. Questions? Please email us at info@7generationgames.com. Clip

## Video: The Metric System

The Metric System This video introduces how the metric system works as opposed to the imperial system of measurement. How far did you travel in miles as opposed to kilometers? Game This video is featured in Forgotten Trail, which teaches fractions and multi-step problem solving for grades 5-7.

## A Baker’s Dozen of Ways to Use 7 Generation Games in Your Classroom

Often, I get asked how our games can be used in schools. Even more often, I have the opportunity to go into schools and see how they are being used, which is fascinating to me: teachers frequently design ways to use them that had not occurred to me when the games were designed.  Listed below

## 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: Finding the Average

Finding the Average What is the mean? Can you sing the formula for it? So first you are going to add up the numbers you have. The second step is to divide however many numbers there were in the first place. BONUS: Watch it in Spanish – extra bonus, no singing. Scroll down to Encontrando

## Winter Time

Winter Time What did Dakota tribal members do during the winter? Resources Video: Story of the Lost Wife – An old legend of a wife who left her mean husband for a tribe of…wolves? What happened next?

## Video: Story of the Lost Wife

Key Terms oral tradition storytelling Listen to “Story of the Lost Wife” Teacher Resources Storytelling: Oral Traditions | PBS – Lesson plan for Grades 4-6 about storytelling. One of four lessons. Resources for Teaching Ojibwe History – 7 Generation Games collection of resources for teachers featuring critical thinking questions and photos.  Video: Winter Time – How did

## Eagle Pits

How did tribes collect eagle feathers? Why was it considered an act of bravery? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o94884KZv0E&feature=youtu.be&list=PLlFtdlHUZsQvQZOUjaSlyJiVSNDoTE5Eu