As a continuation of out Culture and Identity theme, little Sione has the opportunity to talk about Samoa, and invites his father ta talk about a Fue, that was handed down from generation to generation.
If you liked the Samoan video, you can view the Tongan video here
The importance of passing on simple cultural phrases, prayers and songs can have a positive and meaningful impact on the child’s sense of belonging and identity. As a continuation of out Culture & Identity theme, Mele’s mother is teaching her the Lord Prayer in Tongan, in the hopes that Mele can memorize it just like her mother did when she was young.
Culture and identity play an important part in a child’s development, it also gives a child a sense of belonging and provides experiences passed on from generation to generation. In this video, Tevita gets to present a country that he loves, Tonga.
If you love this video, check out Mele practicing the Lords Prayer in Tongan, she does an amazing job.
As parents and caregivers, we have a responsability to ensure out children are understood and that we put aside our own issues and put the needs of our children first. In this video, Talia’s Dad decides to change his focus, he commits to moving forward with a positive attitude.
View Stress and Anxiety video part 1 here
In this video, Talia talks about ‘Pacific Learners’ and the idea behind the animated videos. COVID-19 has impacted our Pacific Families; our aim is to address the social, cultural, health and wellbeing issues facing our Pacific Families and Young Pacific learners.
View all the Pacific Learners Animated videos here