The Bulilit Kit provides hands-on activities to explore the Tagalog language through literacy and play-based learning. Geared for toddlers through children in the early elementary years, Bulilit provides educational value through literacy, math skills, art, and creativity. Additionally, it promotes family connection and cultural awareness.
Each box is centered around a theme. The first box of the series is Shapes and Numbers (Mga Hugis at Mga Numero). Explore 12 geometric shapes and numbers 1 through 12 in Tagalog with the included Filipino children’s book: Isa, Dalawa, Tatlo … Ito Ay Obalo! written by Dr. Joy Francisco and illustrated by Jamie Ortiz. Literature is the perfect way to implement vocabulary, reading, and listening skills. Enrich the experience further with the included play and art-based activities.
The Bulilit Shapes & Numbers Kit includes:
- Isa, Dalawa, Tatlo … Ito Ay Obalo!
- Cardboard shapes
- Assorted colorful mini magic shapes
- Bilang Butones (Counting Buttons)
- Tagalog number cards
- Construction Paper
- Signed bookplate from the author, Joy Francisco.
- Cost: $24 (+$3 Shipping)
- Ships nationwide (United States)
Bulilit means “small child” in Tagalog. The word, “bulilit” also contains “lil” which is short for little, as it is geared for little ones (children). It also ends with “lit,” short for literature and literacy, which is part of the main components of this program.
Bulilit is a collaboration between Fil-Am Learners and Little Yellow Jeepney.
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[Warning: Small Parts- Choking hazard. Not for children under 3 years old].