Resources for Nahuatl

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General Interactive
Grammar Exercises
Grammar Tutorials
Just for Fun

Listening Practice
General News
General Video
General Reading
Role-Playing Games
Teacher Resources
Text and Voice Chat
Sites Students Can Contribute to (authentic production)
Writing and Composition/Rhetoric
Comprehensive Sites

Nahuatl (unsorted)
Mexica - Sitio dedicado al aprendizaje de náhuatl. Incluye un curso sencillo y prácticas de traducción.
Náhuatl Interactivo - Esta página te permite aprender vocabulario del idioma náhuatl de manera interactiva
All Dict - Online collaborative dictionary project Students can help!

Sites Students Can Contribute to (authentic production)
All Dict - Online collaborative dictionary project Students can help!
Nibipedia - a site created and run by two guys in a garage (much the way Microsoft started). The purpose of this site is to link educationally-valuable video (mostly from YouTube) with relevant Wikipedia articles and/or related videos. Students can add "nibs" (links to other videos or articles)
Voice Thread - Here you can upload images or videos for others to comment on. The main page is at One example of a good school activity is at a thread called "What Could It Mean?" at
Wikispaces - This site is a wiki created at Wikispaces. All tools are online. Use of wikispaces' basic functions is free. Students can collaboratively create entire websites about topics that are lacking on the Web.
Wiktionary - companion project to Wikipedia. Online multilingual dictionaries that anyone can edit.
Second Life: The fastest growing Multi User Virtual Environment (MUVE) on the Web, a 3D virtual world that you can explore in the guise of your chosen avatar. Students can create spaces and objects here.

Nahuatl Page Collaborators

Name (how you wish to be known here)
Contact Info (optional)
Leigh Thelmadatter /