Teach Your Kids How To Count in Tagalog

My son counting in Tagalog.
 As a Filipino American parent, I'd like my kids (two boys, ages 2 and 5) to be able to learn more about their Filipino heritage. It was important to me growing up and I want to share that with my kids. One of my goals is to teach them Tagalog as they grow up.

I looked through bookstores, and I couldn't find many books that taught kids Tagalog, so I decided to create my own, and I'm pretty proud of it. (I put a lot of consideration into the design and illustrated all the pictures myself.)

Tagalog 1,2,3 is counting book designed for toddlers and preschoolers to teach them how to count to ten in both English and Tagalog. The each page has been carefully designed to help all kids learn language and math skills.

This is an e-book that is compatible with ALL devices. (It even comes with a printable version with no background to save ink.)


Suggested value $1.

Here's a short preview:




Whether or not you come from a Filipino heritage, I hope that you this is a powerful tool for you and your children. My kids love reading it with me and reading it with me at bedtime, and it's just the one of the best feelings.

Roderick Conwi is a professional development coach and writes at NourishmentNotes.com about lifestyle development. He is also the proud parent of two silly boys. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.

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