- A clever South African mom was recently spotted in an adorable clip of herself teaching her little boy his vowels
- In the clip, the quick-thinking mom used the beat of a popular South African song to help the little one remember all of the different vowels
- Many locals headed to the comment section where they shared many compliments with the smart mom on her innovative way of thinking
An innovative young South African mother recently scored a bunch of brownie points after she was seen in a clip of herself teaching her little boy how to say vowels in the most creative and adorable way ever.
In the adorable clip that was shared on Twitter by local guy@MasegoLeoto, the clever mom and her boy can be seen practicing the vowels by singing them to the tune of a popular South African amapiano beat.
"Best way to teach a child vowels is to listen to MONATE," @MasegoLeoto captioned the clip online.
Locals loved it. Many of them took to the comment section to praise the mom for making learning fun and relatable. Read a few of their comments below:
"Li corrupter bana barona julle."
"That is actually Focalistics nephew I don't blame the kid."
"Singing is also a learning curb, you go boy."
"2021 version of 'Tobetsa'. Tobetsa was taught the alphabet. Anna, Bennett, Cecelia, Dorcas."
"Lies the child is educated mos through a son."
"La Dlala i piano."
"Yeah nja yam!"
In similar adorable Briefly.co.za news, a little baby has given positive vibes on social media after a video of him dancing to Dr Dre's song went viral. In the clip, the toddler responded gladly as Amazon home assistant announced the next song that would be coming on.
Immediately as the track was played, the baby laughed and started dancing. He vibed so hard to the song that he fell. Many found his dance moves quite amusing, saying that he is the best dancer of the year 2021.
The clip has been seen over 100,000 times with more than 9,000 likes at the time of writing this report. Many social media users all filled the comment section with their thoughts on the cutev baby.
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