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This Website contains several activities to learn Tù’un na Ñuu Sá Mátxíí Ntxè’è, the Mixtec variety spoken in San Martín Duraznos (Oaxaca, Mexico). In the activities tab on the menu you will find the materials organized around topics: animals, food, colors, etc. First, you will hear the words with their meaning and then you will have games to play and recognize the words you have just learned. As you go through each collection, games will become more challenging. You will start with simple words and slowly you will build up to playing with combinations of words and sentences. Have fun! 

With these activities, our goal is to support Mixtec language maintenance among the Mixtec diaspora in the US. Our team is made of community members, linguists and educators working together to incorporate and transform materials collected as part of ongoing documentation efforts to describe Mixtec varieties in the California diaspora.  

Welcome to 'Let's Learn Mixteco' 

In the activities tab on the menu you will find activities to learn Tù’un na Ñuu Sá Mátxíí Ntxè’è Mixtec.

sharing indigenous knowledge

The activities are based on the worldview and the indigenous knowledge of the Mixtec people.


All the materials are designed with the Mixtec community in Ventura County, CA.


Our vision is non-profit and community-serving. All the media resources we incorporate are royalty-free.

community-based design

open access & non-profit

Learning mixtec language


Big Ideas


Let’s Learn  Mixteco  was  awarded  an  Honorable  Mention  from the Big Ideas Contest organized by the Blum Center at UC Berkeley and sponsored by the Rudd Family Foundation 



User Interface Text Translation

The online platform Educaplay has kindly supported this project by allowing us to translate and implementing their  entire  interface into Mixtec, so that  learners  can  learn  Mixtec  in Mixtec!  

Project supporters 😄


Foundation for Endangered Languages


The development of games to learn Tù’un na Ñuu Sá Mátxíí Ntxè’è was also supported by a grant from the Foundation for Endangered Languages.

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