This project was started by Adrienne Heavy Head in partnership with the University of Lethbridge library. The website has images, videos, documents, and audios in which you can listen to Blackfoot Elders narrating traditional oral stories.
There is a Phraseology page from which you can choose from a dropdown menu of many phrases pertaining to animals, ecology, eating, household items, directions, weather, and everyday conversation. The phrase collection is quite extensive and most have audio.
Available at MacEwan (Online)
The companion volume to The Blackfoot Dictionary of Stems, Roots and Affixes, this ebook provides description and analyses of the major features of Blackfoot grammar and language structures.
This app is a collaboration between the Siksika (Blackfoot) Nation, Old Sun Community College, and the Siksika Board of Education. It featured phrases organized under 29 theme categories complete with audio, images, quizzes and games.
Additional content includes a cultural section of historical images; a short sign language video; and a variety of songs including: owl dance songs, hand game songs, lullabies and word songs to supplement the phrase categories.
Developed by Piikani Child and Family Services, this app contains over 300 Blackfoot words, translations, phonics, and audio files. Additional information is included on Piikani Clans, Piikani Symbols, the Winter Count. A new section features Piikani Sign Language with videos.