Tamaiti Season 1 - Measina Treasures of Samoa
Tamaiti Season 1 - Measina Treasures of Samoa
Tamaiti Season 1 - Measina Treasures of Samoa
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Tamaiti Season 1

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Do you find it difficult to connect your children to Samoan culture living outside of Samoa? Tamaiti can help teach your child Samoan language and culture through fun and informative videos.

We use arts and crafts, activities, play, singing, dancing and even yoga to teach your child Samoan words and Samoan culture. We also include a workbook that enhances the learning outside of the videos.

Tamaiti means children and this program is aimed at children aged 0 to 5 (although some older children may enjoy it too). We have an Early Childhood Educator Adviser to ensure what we teach is in line with Australian Early Childhood Framework. Also perfect for Child Care Centres wanting to introduce regular diverse content to their programming.

Here is a video featuring songs used in the Tamaiti Season 1 Program.

 

 

Diversify your Child Care Centre

so children can respect and celebrate differences

Penn State Extension have found "Diversity activities teach young children to respect and celebrate the differences in all people. Learning about different cultural aspects offers new experiences for children. It also helps them realize that we’re all humans, despite differences in how we look or dress, or what we eat or celebrate. Games and activities offer a fun way for young children to learn about differences and similarities among people and to introduce the concept of diversity. All types of differences such as race, religion, language, traditions, and gender can be introduced this way."

Tamaiti supports Child Care Centres, Preschools and Kindergartens to build culturally diverse programs so that they can become more inclusive.

 

Tamaiti User Reviews

Thank You! - Brenda Paraha

"This course was easy to follow and user friendly.  The preschoolers of our family really enjoyed the content and we loved hearing them attempt to pronounce the words and learning the language of our ancestors.  Thank-you Measina Samoa for providing this type of content for our children to learn."


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