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Losika Writes News — Multilingual kids

African nursery rhyme

African nursery rhyme

Have you ever sang the head and shoulders song in a different language?  Well, let me teach you the Setswana version...  Tlhogo, magetla, nko le molomo, sehuba, letheka, mangole le menwana...  (Head, shoulders, nose and mouth, chest, hips, knees and toes) There you go, now to practice the pronounciations... 


Bed time stories

Bed time stories

Do you read bed time stories for your little ones?  At what age did you start reading to them?  I started reading bedtime stories for Mr Losika when he was probably about 3-4 months of age and was able to focus on some picture books and listen to my voice. Since then we have grown in leaps and bounds and he is now reading grade 1 books despite not yet starting formal school. It is amazing to see him learning new words and appreciating the stories as they come alive from his many books.  Losika Writes is currently working on...


Hiding behind perfection

Hiding behind perfection

And if you ask "What if I FALL?" Oh but my darling, "What if you FLY?" Erin Hanson It's a crutch of mine to always think of ALL that can go wrong in everything I do🤯🤪. This over analysis and contingency planning can lead to fear of taking the next steps 👣👣. I am however, learning to trust that I can always learn from my supposed failures but to still embrace and open myself to opportunities that come my way. I got my spacesuit👨🏽‍🚀 ready and I sure am ready for blast off 🚀🚀. Happy new month 😊😘 .


We have published more e-books!!!!

We have published more e-books!!!!
Getting ready for your African trip or safari is about to get a whole lot easier with our Savannah and Farm animal ebooks in setswana/tswana, zulu, ndebele, shona and swahili. Get your copy from Google Play or search for Losika Writes on the Google play search bar

Winter in Australia

Winter in Australia

Mr Losika and I recently visited the north of Australia for some rest and relaxation time. We left Melbourne at around 8 degrees Celsius and landed in Townsville where the minimums of the month were about 18 degress. In Melbourne 18 degree days are considered a bit warm for winter and it is not surprising to find people out and about trying to enjoy some sun rays and get a little dose of vitamin D. In Townsville, beaches were deserted and everyone was wearing large jackets and boots whenever the mercury dropped below 20degrees. Australia is truly a land of...