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Language: Alphabets

Recommended for 2 - 4 year olds

 

There are 26 letters in the English language that we use to write words even in some African languages. Check out the alphabet sheet with words and pictures for spelling and reference for little ones.

 

 

 

My Body - Mmele Wame

Recommended for 2 - 4 year olds

 

Your body is a special and sacred physical form of who you are and Africans take that very seriously. It is important to know and care for your body from an early age. Can you name the major part ofthe body? Learn to name them in Setswana as well.

 

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African Queen Nzinga

Recommended for 5 - 8 year olds

 

Africa has had numerous kings, queens and warriors who have had a great impact on the greatness of Africans in different parts of the continent and even the world. Learn about Queen Nzinga of the Mbundu people in Angola.

 

 

Language: Colours

Recommended for 2 - 4 year olds

 

What would the world be without any colour? There are many beautiful colours that make up the things we like, see and even love in Africa. Learn some of them in English and Isiswati.

 

 

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Mathematics in Sotho

Recommended for 5 - 6 year olds

 

Counting and not just recitation, is one of the most important things a child can learn. It also provides a good foundation to education. Knowing the names of the numbers is also important. Learn and practice how to write the numbers 0 to 10 in words using the English and seSotho languages.

 

 

Lifeskills - Umzimba Wami

Recommended for 2 - 4 year olds

 

Your body is a special and sacred physical form of who you are and Africans take that very seriously. It is important to know and care for your body from an early age. Can you name the major parts of the body? Learn their Zulu names as well.

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Meet Khanya

Recommended for all ages

 

We all know that our children don’t have sufficient content that represents who they are and where they are from… That is until now. Introducing Khanya - a friend in learning, having fun and self-discovery for all African children. Get to know her and find out why she is here.

 

 

African Symbols

Recommended for all ages

 

Have you noticed Khanya’s necklace? It is called an ankh. Africans have many symbols of importance to who we are and even where we are from. Some of them are images with specific meanings and some are even our language. Learn about this important African symbol.

 

 

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Mathematics

Recommended for 3 - 5 year olds

 

Did you know that ancient Egyptians created the 10 number system back in 2700 BCE? They used mathematics for practical trade functions as well as building magnificent structures such as the pyramids which are over 5 000 years old! Download the number chart and learn how to count.

 

 

 

Mathematics in Zulu

Recommended for 5 - 6 year olds

 

Counting and not just recitation, is one of the most important things a child learn. It also provides a good foundation to education. Knowing the names of the numbers is also important. Learn and practice how to write the numbers 0 to 10 in words using the English and isiZulu languages.

 

 

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