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Crow Vocab Builder

Crow Vocab App Feature 12.16.33 PMIntroducing the new Crow Vocab Builder – Play your way to better Crow vocabulary skills! This FREE app is now available for your Android or iOS device at the Google Play Store and the Apple Store.

A fun, interactive, new way to learn Crow!

Build your Crow vocabulary with this FREE vocabulary game for your Android (iOS version coming soon!). Developed by the Crow Language Consortium,  the app allows you to quiz yourself everyday to learn different categories – wild animals, food, weather and more!

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> 30 culturally-relevant categories designed by Crow speakers (feat. voices of Roanne Hill, Melville Stops, Angela Bear Claw, Tylis Bad Bear, Frances Takes Enemy, John Adams and Velma Pease)*
> More than 350 words!
> Audio pronunciation and visual aid for each word in the category
> Quiz yourself by matching English words to Crow words, and vice versa
> Progress through levels to unlock new words
> Track your progress and review words you’ve learned by category or activity

Designed for learning that is memorable and fun!
Each word you match correctly increases your score, and each level you finish unlocks a new one! Words that are not matched correctly are repeated until you master them. This repetition method is an effective learning strategy.

Whether you are learning on your own, or taking a beginner’s Crow class, Crow Vocab Builder will help build your confidence in using new Crow words.


Android installation instructions: Download the app to your Android device. When you open the app, click “Download New Words”. You will see a screen showing the progress of the download that says “Downloading Database”. On some versions of Android, the download may stall at 50%. In the case that this happens, simply restart your phone and the app will be ready to use.

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please send us an email at customersupport@languageconservancy.org

*We would like to thank Melvin Stops, who helped with the recording of this app.

March 10, 2016