Ojibwa Indians in Olden Times for Kids and Teachers - Games Illustration

Daily Life in Olden Times
for Kids

Woodland Ojibwa
(Chippewa) Indians
Ojibwa Games


Butterfly Hide and Seek: Butterfly Hide and Seek was a quiet game. It was a fun game that also taught needed skills.

The Moccasin Game: The Moccasin Game was a noisy game. You had to get permission from the village elders to play the Moccasin Game.

Lacrosse: Lacrosse was a rough game. It was also a national game - the best players formed village teams, and villages played villages.

Sep: Sep was a fall asleep game, rather like a funny bedtime story, with a prize. Sep was played by the whole village.

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