Weekly Language Lesson


To Introduce Yourself

Listen and repeat the word to better understand Oiglaka.

Oiglaka translates in English: “To introduce yourself”. Practice by listening and repeating the word with your friends and family.

Interested in learning more words/phrase?

Take a look at this video provide by Tusweca Tiospaye in partnership with Wozu. If you wish to learn more about Tusweca, visit their website here.


Standing Rock Sioux Reservation

Why is history important? Does it matter what you did yesterday, last month or last year? We think so! What has happened in the past is worth knowing and here’s why:

  1. If we did a good thing in the past, we may want to do it again.
  2. If we did a bad thing, we know not to do it again.

It’s good to think about what you’ve done and it’s also good to think about what other people have done.

Keep reading to learn about what people have done in Cannon Ball and on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. Many good things have happened that you can do again.

Goal of the Week

Basketball Challenge

Practice makes perfect and hard work helps us grow stronger! Want to do better on a test? Study. Want to be a better basketball player? Practice dribbling, passing and shooting. 

We encourage you to take our challenges. Look below to find an activity that will challenge you to:

1. Be a better student.

2. Help your family and friends.

3. Benefit your community.

You can complete the challenge on your own or bring a friend along to help. After you complete the challenge, check back to complete another.

Adventure Club

Fishing Knot

We bet you can tie your shoes but can you tie a fishing knot? You can probably play a video game but can you play the flute? 

Keep reading to learn a new skill and come back often for more activities.

Wait! Is there something that you really want to learn more about? Is there an activity you wish you knew how to do? Let us know.

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