If you’re committed to teach your kids Urdu, every day is a great opportunity to learn. Today we practiced our Urdu while doing groceries.
Watch how lala celebrates Pakistan’s Independence Day with his friend Bilqees. This video is very special for me because my 4-year-old daughter wanted to play a more active role and decided to impersonate Bilqees. I loved her enthusiasm to celebrate the ocassion. So while this may be childish and immature, it’s definitely from the heart!Continue reading Video: Lala Celebrates Jashan-e-Azadi
#Readwithurdumom ‘s fifth video is here! This is a story about a boy named Maani and how he celebrates his birthday. Enjoy this wonderful story “Chal Meray Ghoray” appropriate for age 0-10. YouTube higher resolution link. More videos on the blog.
This is the fourth video of the series #readwithurdumom. I love this story of a honeybee called “Bee Barfi”. Hope you all enjoy this longer video of 7 minutes. Keep the feedback coming. This embedded video is appropriate only for mobiles. Higher resolution on the YouTube channel. Link is here.
#lala went to the zoo with us and this is what he saw!
Meet our friend #lala! He loves to do bhangra. Sing along with him. This poem was written by Urdu Mom herself. “Mera naam hai lala, Mein ne hai Bhangra dala, Shamal jo jao Aap, Ye rahi dhol ke thap” YouTube link is here.
Part of the series #ReadwithUrduMom. This lovely story about a boy named Shaan and his Shair (lion) is appropriate for age 0 – 99! HD YouTube link is here .
This video is part of my series #ReadwithUrduMom where I will be reading out urdu stories for children. So snuggle with your little one(s) and enjoy! YouTube link here. (I have been working on video quality and I promise the next ones will be a better visual experience).
This video is part of my series #ReadwithUrduMom where I will be reading out urdu stories for children. So snuggle with your little one(s) and enjoy! YouTube link here.