Dine Bingo History and Tradition


Dine Bingo is an excellent way to have fun while building Navajo Language vocabulary and expanding cultural knowledge. Each game set includes 15, 8.5" x 11" playing cards, enough for 15 students to play at one time. Each game introduces 50 vocabulary words. Also included are sturdy hardboard tokens, master word chart, tray, and instructions, all stored in a durable box.

Dine Bingo History and Tradition includes the following Navajo vocabulary words: abalone, bear, "Bitter Water" Clan, black, black ant, blue, Changing Woman, cornpollen, coyote, eagle feather, east, First Man, First Woman, First World, First World insects, Fourth World, "He Walks Around You" Clan, hogan, jet, lizard, locust, medicine bundle, mountain lion, "Mud People" Clan, Navajo Twins (names), north, porcupine, puberty ceremony, rabbit, red ant, rug, sand painting, sash belt, Second World, Second World birds, shoe game, skunk, south, stars, sweathouse, Third World, "Towering House" Clan, turkey, turquoise, wedding basket, west, white, white shell, yellow, yellow ant.