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Learning Tamil words through Where is Baby’s Birthday Cake? by Karen Katz

For the people who are close to me actually know the love I have for the language Tamil! It’s always close to my heart. Being in a foreign country it’s difficult to get tamil books to read it to my daughter. So from now I am starting a new project where We will be reading tamil words from the books we have!! So for the first  week we have taken a wonderful book “Where is Baby’s Birthday cake? By Karen Katz

This book is all about a baby searching for her/his Baby’s Birthday Cake! Who doesn’t love the cake? That too their birthday cake which would be decorated with love and care! The book slowly introduces the noun which is available within the home such as chair, box, bed, This is a lovely book with cute illustrations and the specialty of this book is it has lift- the- flap. So it will tempt the kid to follow the sequence. In shaa allah i will share the words which I have used for transliteration purpose.

Baby – pappa
Birthday- piranthanaal
Fancy- aadambaram
Box- petti


Chair – naarkaali
Bed- padukkai
Refrigerator- kulirpetti
Paper – kaagitam
Room – arai

 

To start off I took only the words which are used frequently! In shaa allah she will master the language soon!!

For older kids you can lay the flash-notes where the kids can match the words to the picture. We can even find some soft toys/wood stuffs that can match the story and make it more entertaining and interactive.

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11 Comments

  1. Sakshi@tripleamommy says:

    That’s a good way to help a toddler learn any new language.

  2. Ruchi Verma says:

    I seriously love such books which not only are fun to read but also kids can learn from it …Thanks for sharing this!!

  3. Jhilmil D Saha says:

    This is such a fun way to learn. I remember I used to learn Spanish words from different books. It was really exciting.

  4. Sharvari says:

    This is such a fun way to learn this. I’m loving these activities and Diy for kids. Sharing this on Twitter

  5. This is a really interesting method. Looking forward to knowing more of your Tamil learning journey
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  6. Nimmy says:

    Oh, I love that you actually added a few translations here. I learned them all, lol!

  7. This is really a very funful way to learn Tamil words .. Will definitely waiting to know more about your Tamil learning journey..

    1. alizehmysoul says:

      Sure will tag you in all of my posts

  8. Such a good way to make babies and toddler understand a new language. And at that age they are very receptive too and pick it up faster.

    1. alizehmysoul says:

      Yeah as kids are receptive we can mould them the way we want!

  9. That is such a fun way of learning. I’m looking forward for more anecdotes

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