We could all do with some nice things now, and language-learning app Mzanzi Kids app is giving away four kids’ tech-related hampers this week.
Each hamper contains:
- Mini power bank
- Mini screen cleaner
- Mini earphones in case
- Poly drawstring bag
- Mini pocket wipes
- Mobile/tablet device stand
- 2in1 Type-C USB charging cable
- Premium voucher code for full access to the app
About Mzanzi Kids
Mzanzi kids is an educational app that offers pre-literacy language learning to parents, teachers, and educational institutions. It is available on Android and IOS, helps children from the ages of two to six learn and develop language skills in their mother tongue, or in one of the other official South African languages available on the app.
This first-class, educational app visually highlights everyday concepts together with the correct pronunciation of words in six South African languages – English, Afrikaans, IsiZulu, IsiXhosa, Sepedi and Setswana. It is a secondary-based learning application designed to stimulate visual, speech and language literacy at an early age.
Developed by Leigh Desai and Edwin Peacock after noticing the lack of availability of quality South African education apps, Mzanzi Kids was created with South African children as their muse, hoping to not only provide literacy skills in home languages, but introduce and develop skills in other official languages.
The app, which has won several awards, includes 12 everyday themes suitable for young children through an integration of images and phonetics to encourage confidence, fluency and comprehension in their chosen language. It’s fun and interactive, and such an engaging way to learn language.
The app is free, but offers in-app purchases for more features.
For more information, click through to Mzanzi Kids https://www.mzanzikids.co.za/
Simply comment below, and you’ll be entered into the draw.
The giveaway closes on Wednesday 6 May 2020,, after which the winner will be announced on the Rattle and Mum Facebook page, and then emailed.
This giveaway is open to SA residents only. The prize cannot be exchanged for anything else. The prize can only be delivered once lockdown rules allow for it.