We love healthy eating. We love eating fruits and vegetables!And our super Fruit pals are here to teach us about healthy eating and teach us about Zimbabwean fruits and vegetables.Did you know that muchero means fruit?And muriwo means vegetable? This video is in Shona. Healthy eating Zimbabwean fruits and vegetables | Muriwo ne muchero Do… Continue reading Healthy eating Zimbabwean fruits and vegetables
Let’s learn how to count in Shona!Today we are learning how to count from 50 to 100 with Gogo Alice.Come and learn some simple tricks to get you counting all the way to 100 today!It’s fun and it’s easy. You remember how to count to ten right? We’ll be using those same numbers as we… Continue reading Counting in Shona from 50 to 100
This song will stay with you forever. Mangwanani mambakwedza, or one dawn morning.A simple soulful song that tells of mystical times and happenings in an African forest.A life-changing event for a young child, sung in female vocals. “Translation of first few lines:One dawn morningI met an old womanWho was riding a white hyenaWith an owl… Continue reading Mangwanani mambakwedza
Tinofarira kumusha! We love kumusha in Zimbabwe!In this video on our Youtube channel the kids have gone to the countryside on a day out. It has been loads of fun but now they are tired.Trymore and Eddy start talking about kumusha kwambuya (grandmother’s home) in Zimbabwe and how much fun they have whenever they visit… Continue reading Kumusha kwenyu ndekupi?
Mavambo means beginnings in Shona.Let’s learn some Shona language basics today with Sarura Kids. This video shows:AeroplaneBicycleBookBroomCarChairCupHutLeafPencilScissorsTableVarious animal namesKeyBusHatShoeHammerHoeClay potStoolCartDressToothbrush Enjoy learning Shona language with Sarura Kids! There are some fantastic words that you definitely don’t hear every day. How many of these words did you know already in Shona?Listen and follow along today as… Continue reading Mavambo – some Shona language basics
Want to learn how to count to 10 in Shona? Let our numbers dance and teach you how. The lovely children of Sarura Kids sing for you as we learn how to count. And for the grownups we also have the written version of the words the kids are singing. The Shona spoken on Sarura… Continue reading How to count to 10 in Shona with Sarura Kids
Let’s count from 1 to 12 in Shona!Counting is so much fun!Count along with us Shona language Count from 1 to 12 Do you enjoy our Shona language posts? Then you will love these posts on our Shona language page.
Let’s sing a song kidsA song to remind us of the months of the year in ShonaSing along with us! It’s so much fun.Do you know what month we are in now? Shona months of the year song with Sarura Kids We have many more Shona language videos on our Youtube channel. You can find… Continue reading Let’s learn the months of the year in Shona
Hi kids!Today we are going to learn even more about the world around us in Mavambo part 3 – beginningsThe words we are covering today are:KeyBusHatShoeHammerHoeClay potStoolCartDressToothbrush There are some fantastic words that you definitely don’t hear every day. How many of these words did you know already in Shona?Listen and follow along today as… Continue reading Mavambo Part Three
Naming household things in Shona We love competitions! And what better competition than one with the spinning wheel game for household things in Shona. The girls loved doing this video! You can tell how much we love a good guessing game even in this STEM video. The challenge was very simple but it’s also a… Continue reading Sarura Kids magic wheel of household things in Shona language