Indian Education Grant Consortium
Website sponsored by the American Indian Heritage Foundation.
Website sponsored by the American Indian Library Association.
|The American Indian Heritage Foundation was established to provide relief services to Indian people nationwide and to build bridges of understanding and friendship between Indian and non-Indian people.||The American Indian Library Association, an affiliate of the American Library Association, is a membership action group that addresses the library related needs of American Indians and Alaska natives.|
This website enables you to research your Native American heritage by selecting the state of your tribal affiliation.
If your children are beginning to learn the alphabet letter names and sounds, and you want to keep them busy while preparing them for school, these are good sites to visit.
This is a great site for kids of all ages to practice math and be prepared for school.
This is a great site to practive your spelling.
The math games on this site provide a fun way for children to practice their facts and improve other math skills. You can also find a variety of activities for language arts.
This site provides a multitude of activities for additional practice of both language arts and math skills. Select Grade LEvel Help for K-8 Grades or Links for K-12 then find your child's grade level and the subject. To help improve their speed with math facts in any of the four operations, select "(Are You a) Math Magician."
Keep informed of current events in the Indian Nation.
Websites for Kids:
http://www.kidskonnect.com (search for American Indians)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlHtzU133NI (video of a storyteller)http://nativeamericans.mrdonn.org/games.html
To Contact Us:
Chippewa Valley Schools
19120 Cass Avenue
Facilitator of the Indian Education Grant Program