African Storytelling: The Needle Tree
Join us for a LIVE storytelling experience with professional storyteller Tsholofelo Shounyane! She will be presenting The Needle Tree, predominantly in English with supporting vocabulary in Setswana.
Oral storytelling can improve children's language fluency and help them grasp new concepts that underpin literacy and literature. Join us on Facebook Live as professional storyteller Tsholofelo Tshounyane shares her story aimed at children age 4-8. Play Africa is a non-profit children's play museum in Johannesburg, South Africa. This is a new Play Africa programme in response to the COVID-19 crisis, in collaboration with ASSITEJ South Africa and in partnership with Goethe-Institut Johannesburg.