A curated collection of free learning resources!
You Can’t Find Me!
Mia is the best in the world at hiding. Can you find her? A hide-and-seek book where you have to find Mia and the items on her Ma’s shopping list.
I Can Make Things!
There are many nice things that children can make on their own. What are they? This book is one of the four books in the ‘Growing Up’ series.
Anu loves socks and uses her imagination to find many uses for them. Anu’s mother asks if she can use some of Anu’s old socks to make a mop. Do you think Anu will be able to part with her cherished socks?
Rafiki’s style is all his own, but when the Cool Cat Crew struts by, he starts to wonder if it’s good enough.
Nhimbe is a Zimbabwean custom where communities help each other doing work. The story focuses on the community helping Mbuya Sigauke weeding her field.
What do you see?
Look carefully at the pictures of this wordless story. What are the details of this woman’s beautiful outfit? Where do you think she’s going?
Sisanda has a special gift for a new friend. (This story was donated by Gcina Mhlophe, and pictures by Jiggs Snaddon-Wood. It was first published by Nal’ibali — http: //nalibali. Org/).
Put the numbers in the correct order
Put the numbers in the correct order from 1 – 10
Happy Maths : Time and Money
This is a mathematics book with a difference. There are more stories here than problems! So read the stories, absorb the mix of facts and fiction and enjoy teasing your brain.
The Birthday Chocolate
Tutul wants to give her friend some chocolate for her birthday. But nobody in her family is ready to help her! Tutul needs a new plan! Can her clever idea convince the shopkeeper to give her some birthday chocolate?