If you're here you probably think its necessary for children born abroad to learn and speak their parents mother tongue. Many Yoruba children, especially those living abroad, can not speak the Yoruba language. However, these children have parents and relatives that speak Yoruba. The Tribal Art Flashcards benefit native speakers, by serving as a beautiful reminder to speak Yoruba to your children. A fun way to engage with grandparents, these cards have been used on trips to Nigeria to visit family, seeing them in your child's hand encourages grandparents to speak Yoruba and not English. Creating a environment of Yoruba immersion for your budding polyglot, even if it is only for a few weeks.
Whether you're looking for a fun easy way to teach someone you love Yoruba, or trying to learn Yoruba language yourself, our Polyglot Tot Tribal Art Flashcards are t he perfect home learning aid to begin your family's Yoruba language journey. Designed with tiniest learners in mind, we've created beautiful, engaging products based on bohemian African textile art, to help bring global learning within arms reach of children and their grown-ups. We believe exploring the tribal languages of Africa should be fun and accessible, each card contains the phonetic pronunciation, making it easy for English speakers learning this African language
Yoruba is the second largest language group in Africa and is spoken by about 22 million people in southwest Nigeria, Benin, Togo, the UK, Brazil, USA and the other parts of the world.