The Kabimba video series and accompanying quiz packs provide children with the foundation and technique they need to effectively learn a new African language currently in Nigeria’s Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa languages with more African languages to follow in the near future.
KABIMBA has several features that will introduce quick assimilation and learning a secondary language, your child will be introduced to several vocabulary words and phrases across many exciting stories.
Our program makes learning a secondary language easy and accessible to all children. Our unique set of exciting stories, keep kids entertained while inspiring them to learn a second language.
Kabimba is a Story of a young African boy on an epic adventure in search of his friends and family.
Your children learn how to greet, read, making friends, telling time, body features, colors, fruits, animals, various seasons, days, weeks, months and much more.
Learning your native language also helps connect you to your culture in a unique way. For Africans or children with African roots, it’s increasingly important to keep some form of connection with one’s heritage, helps foster a sense of belonging.
There is a widespread phenomenon of children at risk of losing their heritage language competence after enrolling in the school system.
The history, passion, and soul of your African culture lives in each word you speak in your native tongue.
The African language is more than a way to communicate with others, embedded in it are the customs, traditions, and passions of a certain culture.
Through language, histories of a race, a way of life, are passed down to new generations.
Learning your native language also helps connect you to your ancestors and culture in a unique way. For Africans or children with African roots, it’s increasingly important to keep some form of connection with one’s heritage, to serve as a continuous reminder of the one’s past.
Children learning their African native language not only allows them to communicate and connect with one another as well as with their relatives, but it allows them to understand and appreciate the history of their ancestors and our upbringing. It cultivates an appreciation and understanding that is beneficial for children, especially those from diverse familiar backgrounds. The rewards of eternalizing a people’s dialect through communication are well worthwhile.
Many children lack interest in their education because they’re missing some degree of personal connection to the things they’re learning. By introducing them to their native African language and perhaps even instructing them in their native language, these children find a personal connection with their learning. This connection can harness itself to a greater appreciation for one’s culture and education.