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Yikona ndlela ku tatisa nhlayo ya swihungwana hi ndlela ya ntlangu eka nguva leyi ya kutshama ekaya.

Loko hiriku xuxeni hi tlanga mitlangu yo hamabana hambana, tibuku to hlayela vana switlangwana na tona se ta kayivela ana kahari “lockdown” kunga  ku lwisana na xinghunghumana xa Khorona. Kunga leswi kuna tlangu wa vuhlolotwana lowu wu vuriwaka Rory’s Story Cubes ku lekelela na kupfuna kupfapfarhuta swihungwana leyi yiri Ndlela yo tlanga notsaka na mindyangu ya hina hi nguva leyi ya lockdown. Leyi yi thlandlekela hikuva ndlela yo dyondzisa vana ku hlamusela na  longoloxa ma vonele ya vona va nga tichavi kumbe kuva vari na tinganga eka mbulavulo wa vona.  

Lexi ndzi rhandzaka ngopfu eka Rory’s Story Cubes hi lexi hitlanga hiku siyerisana,  tlhangu wa tlangeka navana kungari na vusopfa bya marito lawa ya nga amulekiki. I tlangu wo nyanyula swinene hala thlelo uri ku kucheteleni ka vupfapfarhuti bya swihungana hungwana. Leswi swi hetelela swi humesela erivaleni ti talenta ta vanhu hiku hambana – hambana.

English Summary

In this time of lockdown, we have found the opportunity to dig through our game collections and find ones that help teach, especially especially those that help grow our vocabulary and language use. Rory’s Story Cubes works perfectly for my family, teaching us about language and use of our imaginations, while at the same time keeping children engaged. 
 

What I love most about Rory’s Story Cubes is how each player narrates a story based on their interpretation of the images. This can be very interesting when you play with children. As we play with our family, our vocabulary are drastically improving, compared to pre-lockdown. Rory’s Story Cubes have been a great way to teach and learn through play.