Building Cultural Connections

Incorporating culture into daily home life means children build long lasting cultural connections. In this video, Talia sings a Tongan song, ‘E’ Otua Tataki Au, a song she grew up hearing at home.

At Pacific Learners, we are passionate about producing cultural content that inspires and educates our young Pacific Learners. With now over 70 videos on the Pacific Learners website, you will find Tongan, Kiribati and Samoan songs. 

The words of ‘E Otua Tataki Au’ talks about resting in Jesus, although we may be busy with life, we need to stop, rest and trust in the Lord.  

Three Cultural Songs you might enjoy 

  1. Ua e manumalo – Talia sings a beautiful Samoan song that she is learning at church
  2. Le ‘Aute Samoa – Talia sings a song that was taught to her by her mother, it also helps her cope with stress and worry
  3. Motirawa tariu – a Kiribati songs that Teita loves to sing
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