A curated collection of free learning resources!
My happy place
This story shares the caring insights of a girl about how young and old people can bring happiness to one another. (This story was created at a holiday programme run by Sophiatown Community Psychological Services in Johannesburg, July 2018.).
Gulli’s Box of Things
Gulli has a little brown box where he keeps many things like buttons and keys. But what does he do with them? Find out, and then you may want your own special box too!
The new colouring pencils are afraid of being used by Toto. He might be too rough with them and they don’t want to get hurt. What happens next?
Young or Old?
A little boy is old enough to tie his shoes, but too young to help his father paint the house. He is old enough to feed himself, but too young to help his mother cook. Is he too young, or too old?
The Woodcutter of Gura – A Folktale from Ethiopia
The woodcutter of Gura set out to chop-chop-chop wood one day. He climbed up a tree, perched himself on a branch and began cutting. The village priest who was passing by warned him that if he cut the very branch he was sitting on, he would surely fall down and die. Find out what the woodcutter did in this hilarious tale from enchanting Ethiopia.
The Hundred and Thirty-Seventh Leg
A millipede hurts herself. She needs help. Now, which is the leg that needs help? A delightful picture book from a winner of Sahitya Akademi’s Bal Sahitya Puraskar.