My Online Cree Sources – Facebook Pages and Websites 2022

This is my updated page for Cree language sources I have used to add Cree words to this website and  Facebook page. Even as a semi-fluent speaker, I need all the help I can get, I can only imagine what a learner must go through when searching for online resources.

Facebook pages I follow:

Nêhiyawêwin (Cree) Word/Phrase of the Day –

#CreeSimonSays –

Cree Language Videos –

Learn Cree With Me –

Nêhiyawêwin for the Soul –

Spoken Cree Video Group –

Cree Language Resources ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ –

Cree word for the day is….

LLRIB Cree Language Resources –

Websites I have used:

Learn Cree –

Cree Literacy Network –

I have used this website from time to time to see what many prominent Cree teachers are up to. There are too many people to mention, and I do not want to leave anybody out. Check it out yourself for the video, audio, and text.

itwêwina – A dictionary that understands what you’re looking for. –

I came across this website last year when I was looking for sources with many variations of Cree words in the linguistics column after a search. I use it extensively.

Online Cree Dictionary –

I think the title of this website, speaks for itself.

Welcome to the Plains Cree Dictionary! –

I only started using this website today for a project I am working on. It is a bit different, but it looks and works very well.

The websites below are from a Google search, maybe you will find them useful in your quest to learn our beautiful language.

How to speak Cree –

Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Cree Words –


Please feel free to share your sources as well, whether it’s an Elders name, a book, or other online sources.

Cree language – nīhithawīwin

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