Many say that the key to language and cultural revitalization is through our children. On this page you will find resources for children learner's in the Ojibwe Language and Culture.
The following link provides a booklet that can be downloaded in a pdf. file format. The booklet is a tool created to assist with beginner learners of the Ojibwe language. It was written by Gordon Shawanda and produced by the Hamilton Regional Indian Centre. This is a great resource for teachers.
"The Ojibwe Cultural Foundation invites you to walk and talk with Nanabush. Nish Tales: Walking and Talking with Nanabush is a language learning and story sharing site for kids and adults wishing to learn Ojibwe. Nanabush’s humorous escapades and great adventures have entertained generations of Anishnaabe and helped preserve our language. Nish Tales: Walking and Talking with Nanabush is a web site created to do the same. Here we use the humourous adventures of Nanabush to help people learn some basic Ojibwe."
This fantastic link is great for people of all ages!
Nish Tales: Walking and Talking with Nanabush. Anishinaabe Dibaajmowinan: Nish Tales. Retrieved from
This website is a great resource for the Ojibwe Language and Culture. Be sure to explore the rest of website after playing the interactive children's games.
This website has downloadable games, pictures and labels. You can also find video's of elders speaking the language and so much more.