Teaching a language is that much easier when you have supporting teaching materials. This collection offers a great selection of resources, from lessons and activities to flashcards and posters, to help you cultivate an appreciation for isiXhosa in the classroom and beyond.
Lessons and activities
Editable pronouns worksheets with an explanation of possessive, demonstrative and personal pronouns as well as a comparison between English and isiXhosa for First Additional Language speakers. There are also 5 different types of accuracy activities to test learners' understanding.
ECD Body and Actions Music, Flashcards, Posters, Colouring in sheets and Lyric booklets
Ten Early Childhood Development songs and games about the Body and Actions, with illustrated Flashcards, Posters, Colouring in sheets and Lyrics booklets in three languages, English, Afrikaans and Xhosa. Triling
Flashcards and posters
ISIXHOSA: HAND – DOT – NAME 1-10
Hand – Dot – Name Wall Cards in XHOSA 3 pages Can be printed on A4 or A3 – depending on how big the teacher wants it to be. Resources are for personal use only – at your home or classroom. Duplication of Klein Pikkewyn’s products is against the Copyright Act.
IsiXhosa Package Grade 2
All resources have Afrikaans and English translations. Themes: 1. At School (8 x A4) 2. My Family (5 x A4) 3. Transport (7 x A4) 4. Home Safety (6 x A4) 5. Going to the Doctor (5 x A4) 6. Wild Animals (8 x A4) 7. On the Farm (5 x A4) 8. Shopping (7 x A4) 9. Birthday Party (5 x A4) 10. Sport (5 x A4) 11. People who help (5 x A4) Resources are for personal use only – at your home or classroom. Duplication of Klein Pikkewyn’s products is against the Copyright Act. Klein Pikkewyn Store
What Else Flaffie? - isiXhosa
Experience a wonderful day with Flaffie the Jack Russel dog. He experiences feelings of loss and longing, excitement, and disappointment. Sometimes feelings can be hard to identify especially for young children. Books and stories of others like Flaffie can help children every step of the way in building emotional literacy. "What else Flaffie?" has been translated into Afrikaans, Zulu, isiXhosa, and Sesotho.
Matthew Griffiths - Incwadi Yangaphakathi
A note from the Author: I wrote The Inside Book to help us understand why we’re stuck inside while there’s a virus out there making people sick. I hope it’s useful and you’re welcome to share it with others. A huge thank you to Matt for making this resource readily available. Available in English, Afrikaans, Xhosa and Zulu