Saturday, October 4, 2014

ABCs, Zambian version

In Zambia, children learn a different ABC song than I grew up learning in America. I love the song schools use here, especially the part at the end where they sing, "Zed. Zambia. Stop!" They say "zed" here instead of "z", so that's where that comes from. 

I thought you might enjoy a couple of videos of our smarties saying their ABCs, Zambian style. The first one is Virginia, and the next one is Deacon. Deaco's video is horrible because you can hear both animals and children in the background, tons of wind, and my camera space in my phone ran out at the letter Q, but I thought I'd let you see a taste of his darlingness, anyway! 

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