This program focuses on Anishinaabe language sounds by introducing learners to animals and their traditional teachings. Aginjibagwesi is one of the keepers of Anishinaabemowin and is the leader of this language learning program.
Aginjibagwesi Resource Guide
This resource guide provides ideas for activities, games, songs, and lessons when teaching about Aginjibagwesi with your learners. There are also cues and questions for instructors to use in Anishinaabemowin.
Aginjibagwesi O’dibaajimo Mazina’igan is reflective of the traditional teachings of Aginjibagwesi provided to us by fluent speakers and elders. You can download and print your own copy, or view it with your PDF viewer.
You can watch and listen to Aginjibagwesi O’dibaajimo Mazina’igan read by Ogimaawigwanebiik Nancy Jones. Follow along, repeat after Ogimaawigwanebiik, and enjoy listening to the story.
This version of Aginjibagwesi O’dibaajimo Mazina’igan can be printed on large cardstock and mounted for a Story Walk event. Each page has a QR Code which can be scanned using a smart device and you will hear Ogimaawigwanebiik Nancy Jones read the page to you.