I am very excited to announce our first SHARE2WIN giveaway of “My Tongan Charts”. As a thank-you to all the people I have connected with, learnt from and fellow students of the Tongan language here are 5 packs available for you all to win.
Starting Monday, 1 pack will be given away daily. This competition is simple, you can either share here or on facebook WHY learning the language is important to you OR simply SHARE THE PICTURE ABOVE throughout your family and friends network and remember to post up “shared” on our facebook page.
They have been designed by myself as a way to engage children and I am happy to say they have the tick of approval by my own three kids ranging from 7 – 2 who happen to be very opinionated as to what they like and donʼt like. If you donʼt win they are still available via my online store in A4, A3 and A2 sizes. My next goal is to expand the range of affordable educational resources with an ebook picture dictionary for children in the Tongan language. Any comments or feedback please feel free to post.
This weekʼs letter activity is the LETTER S pronounced (sah).
Suitable for pre-schoolers primary/ elementary aged, these two pages will definitely keep them occupied for a little while.
Click here to download the Letter S Giraffe Activity
Would be fun to see your completed works. Send it to me or post up on our facebook page. If you like this activity please feel free to share on your network of friends and family.
Learn to pronounce the Tongan vowels correctly and you are half way there. All consonants end with a vowel. All Tongan words end with a vowel. There is only one way to pronounce a vowel so the rest should be straight forward. Right! Hope this visual and key words help you to improve your pronounciation.
SUIT: Preschool age. Here is another activity to keep your kids busy. My 2 pre-school boys are enjoying scribbling and colouring in pages at the moment. Mixed in with Ben 10 and Batman colouring in pages, I make sure to add in a Tongan Letter Activity.
When they are done it’s the fun bit for me, Newstime! Ongoongo! Let them tell you all about their picture in Tongan.