The focus of this kit is to learn the basic sounds and letters of Anishinaabemowin based on the commonly used double-vowel system.
You can watch and listen to Anishinaabemowin Gaa-Inweng read by Wejepibines Edward Atatise Jr. Follow along, repeat after Wejepibines, and enjoy listening to the sounds.
You can watch and listen to Anishinaabemowin Ozhibii’iganensan read by Rose Marie Tuesday. Follow along, repeat after Rose, and enjoy listening to the sounds & words.
The Anishinaabemowin Gaa-Inweng – Sound Chart is a resource that instructors and learners can use to review all of the basic sounds of Anishinaabemowin.
The Gaa-inweng – Sound Clip Cards are a fine motor skills activity that allows learners to practice identification of missing Anishinaabemowin sounds.
The Ozhibii’iganensan Roll & Find Cards offer learners practice with identifying missing letters in Anishinaabemowin words. These can be used in a dice game, matching game, and as flashcards.
The Ozhibii’iganensan – Roll & Find Dice Inserts are letter cards designed to be used in large dice with fillable pockets. Alternatively they can be used for games and flashcards.
The Ozhibii’iganensan Alphabet Banner is a printable Anishinaabemowin alphabet that can be displayed in places of learning.
The Ozhibii’iganensan – Multiuse Letter Placemats are great for letter of the day activities, colouring, tracing, and more!
The Anishinaabemowin Ozhibii’iganensan – Colour & Trace Letter Pages allow learners to do letter and word work, while enhancing their fine motor skills.
Check out these other great resources from instructors and learners across Anishinaabe territory.