Nke na-Ewu (What's New)!

  • Igbo SUMMER Camp has started! Go to: Igborizing Hub > Seasonal > Igbo Summer Camp
  • For Summer Camp Schedule: Igborizing Hub > Seasonal > Igborizing Schedules
  • For Summer Camp Work: IH > Seasonal > Igbo Summer Camp: Eke
  • Do Daily Summer Camp Work
  • May Igborizing Schedule: IH > Seasonal > Igborizing Schedules
  • Mother's Day Activity Sheets Still accessible: IH > Seasonal > Hot Topic 1
  • Access Portal from iOS app store (search for BiaWaZo or Virtual Igbo Learning)
  • Refer folks to our program and GET $5 :)

MBIDO
BEGINNER

Our Mbido (Beginner) section is a great starting point for our Igbo learning friends. It consists of modules that introduces learners to the basics of the Igbo language using a series of audio-visual aids. Our module topics include Ikwukari (popular Igbo words/phrases); Onye m bu (about me); Ahu mmadu (the body); EzinaUlo (the family); and more. We rotate and/or add new module topics to keep expanding learning horizons for your children or even you! PS: Learners are encouraged to continually refer back to content in the 'Lessons' modules until they are truly conversant. In-line with our overall process, Mbido modules are fun, educational, repetitive, and just perfect for learning Igbo.

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ONYE MATU
INTERMEDIATE

Our OnyeMatu (Intermediate) section is for the Igbo learner that 'hears' a.k.a understands a bit but can't fully converse. Our fun interactive audio-visual module topics include Imekari (daily activities); Ihe (things); Oge (day, time); Ahu mmadu (the body); etc. We rotate and/or add new module topics to keep expanding learning horizons for your learning friends! Learners are encouraged to continually refer back to content in the 'Lessons' modules until they are truly conversant. In-line with our overall process, Onye Matu modules are fun, educational, repetitive, and just perfect for our learning friends.

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AMA-ALA
ADVANCED

Our Ama-ala (Advanced) section is for the Igbo learner that fully understands and speaks. It consist s of similar modules as the Beginner and Intermediate using a series of audio-visual aids. One gap we realized is that Igbo speaking children, even in Igboland, struggle to read and write in Igbo. This Advanced section addresses that gap by exposing our learning friends to Igbo words and phrases they just may never heard about e.g. ekwenti (phone). It is also a great avenue to interact with teachers and other Igbo speaking children in Igbo! The beauty of our program is that regardless of level of Igbo knowledge, there is a lot to learn on here especially with regards to our reading and writing activities. Module topics include Imekari (daily activities); Ihe (things); Oge (day, time); Ahu mmadu (the body); etc. We rotate and/or add new module topics to keep expanding learning horizons for your children or even you! Learners are encouraged to continually refer back to content in the 'Lessons' modules until they are truly conversant. In-line with our overall process, Ama-ala modules are fun, educational, repetitive, and just perfect for our learning friends.

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Igborizing Hub
#Igborize

Our igborizing hub consists of all things well, Igborizing! From the basic Igbo building blocks (alp habets and numbers) to Okwukwe (faith), to interactive opportunities, to real time options to participate in events, challenges, activities, seasonal initiatives, etc. In fact, this is your go-to hub for a gamut of Igbotic and interactive content.

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