Category Archives: Afrikaans

Truck Cards – numbers and Afrikaans calender cards

Blue has been asking me for some Truck cards so he can join in with Pink when she does her “school work” so I made him these Truck calender cards.  He has been using the date cards (numbers 1- 31) … Continue reading

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Calender cards – Months in Afrikaans

A very quick short post as I just realised that I had forgotten to post the Month calender cards that I made in Afrikaans.  When I first made Afrikaans calender cards I only included cards for the months of May … Continue reading

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Birds – Mini Bird packs in English and Afrikaans

I started making these about 2 months ago and then with the move and just homeschooling in general I never finished them.  They are not very long but it is my first attempt at a basic themed pack.  I have … Continue reading

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Number word writing in English and Afrikaans

We have been working on Pinks handwriting lately.  She loves writing little notes for us but she does not always get the tall letters verses the small letters correct.  I have in the past made her some spelling pages and … Continue reading

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Calender cards – May and June

I love the flower calender cards which 3 Dinosaurs have done for May and June (picture below – aren’t they stunning ?).   I printed them off last night and was busy laminating and cutting them and getting really excited … Continue reading

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Kids Learning Afrikaans

From the very first day of becoming parents we have tried to raise our kids in a bilingual home.  I am from an English speaking home and my husband is from an Afrikaans speaking home so we have tried the … Continue reading

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