These games are interactive several ways to have students listen, view, and engage with the content. The suggested order of the games is....
First, click on the white button to explore the Lushootseed Language before playing the games.
Then, move onto the language games that are inspired by the Lushootseed Language Resource.
Following the focus on language, it is advised to have some fun and play a match game or some jeopardy with other games included as well.
Finally, some may be interested in working with Primary Source documents to learn about the culture, history, and community in a different way.
Note: The images from some of these games were taken by the website creator during a visit to the Hibulb Cultural Center. Others were from open sources that are referenced below.
Lushootseed Language Games & Resources
Source: Created by the author at (www.educandy.com) and language sourced by (https://tulaliplushootseed.com/words)
Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve Jeopardy
Source: Created by the author at www.jeopardylabs.com
Directions: Click on the links to play the games.
Lushootseed Language Name Game
Source: Created by the author at www.educandy.com
Source: Created by the author on puzzel.org
Source: Located at www. matchthememory.com
Source: Located at https://mrnussbaum.com/totem-pole-maker-online
Lutshootseed Language Coloring Book
Compare & Contrast
Topic: Education and Indian School
Focusing on Details: Compare & Contrast
Source: located at www.docsteach.org
3-5 Resource: Tulalip Indian School: Dxʷlilap x̌alalʔtxʷ
6-12 Resource: Tulalip School: Dxʷlilap x̌alalʔtxʷ
Source: Created by the author with the support of the Everett Public Library Northwest Room Digital Collections, Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve, University of Washington Digital Collection, Tulalip from My Heart By Harriette Shelton Dover (2013).