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YORUBA FOR KIDZ  is  committed to be the world’s leading Yoruba Language Program and Resource Provider for kids, 18 and younger. The Yoruba Culture and Language  is extremely rich and we celebrate it! We believe in building a community and promoting a strong heritage identity. Let us continue to revitalize the Yoruba Language for all generations!

We are also the leading Yoruba Language Providers  for your adults 18 and older. Click to check our website for adults  at  YORUBA FOR ADULTS

About our Resources:

Yoruba for Kidz  provides hundreds of resources to to help support your Yoruba learning journey. Our resources are designed to be high-quality,  visually appealing and entertaining, ensuring that learning becomes fun. We create a range of resources and educational tools like:

Our resources are a helpful support  for institutions, families or individuals. You can create your own lesson plans, or just get online and explore on your own!  We turn language learning into an exciting experience that keeps kids hooked. Join the Club and become a premium member today!

About our Camps :

Hello! Bàwo ni? Our Camps are simply Online Classes with Live Instructors!

Are you looking to learn how to speak the Yoruba Language? Would you like to join a class or take a private class? You may be here because you are interested in a child you love speaking the Yoruba Language to a relative, or because you want to connect to your Yoruba heritage and roots, or because you have interest in West African cultures, or you simply want your children to learn a new and different language. You are in the right place!

Ẹ káàbọ̀! Welcome! Whatever your reason for wanting your child(ren)  to learn yoruba is, you are in the best place to achieve your goals of Learning YORUBA! 

Yoruba for Kidz  Camps are are great way to get started on learning Yoruba or brushing up your Yoruba skills. Our Camps are online and interactive, led by live instructors.  Classes are primarily focused on improving spoken language , however at the end of classes our campers should have some knowledge of reading and writing in the language as well. 

Our camps introduce concepts with cultural perspectives and within contexts. We highly discourage direct translation from your 1st language to Yoruba. We encourage students to be active learner  encouraging  lots of practice during an outside classes with no judgement.  Join our camps and your child(ren) will be coming up with their own sentences and communicating easily and fluently in no time!

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About the Instructors :

Oluwafunke Ogunya-Olaosebikan is a Yoruba lecturer in the Department of World Languages and Culture at Howard University and the Director of Fulbright-Hays Intensive Advanced Yoruba Group Project Abroad.  She has taught at different levels of education at home and abroad. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate specializing in African American Literature and Cultural Studies in the Department of English at Florida State University. Her research interest focuses on Yoruba Language Pedagogy, Black women’s fiction, African folklore, and Motherhood.  She was a Fulbright Scholar at Yale University, Connecticut, as Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, where she taught the Yoruba Language in the 2015/2016 academic year. She lives in Maryland with her husband and beautiful kids.

Matthew Ajibade is an associate instructor of Yoruba at Indiana University Bloomington. He has done a considerable number of projects in Yoruba which include translating Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart. A Ph.D fellow in Linguistics, Matthew is passionate about using his native Yoruba experience in teaching young and adult non-native speakers of the language.


Victor Temitope Alabi, Ph.D taught Yoruba to undergraduate and graduate students at Indiana University for over five years. He has published in several journals including the Yoruba Studies Review and has also presented research papers at international conferences like the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL). He currently teaches Yoruba at Brown University in Rhode Island.

Olúfèyísayọ̀ Sóẹ̀tán-Akínhánmi is passionate about children education and language. She has taught English and Yorùbá in both secondary and tertiary institutions in Nigeria and in the United States. She started the Yoruba program at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island during her Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship program and grew the program by 130% by her second year teaching in the university. She has worked on Yoruba translations for both local and international brands such as Disney world. Fèyí currently runs an arts education program for children and teenagers in Nigeria where she mentors and educate young Nigerians who are aspiring towards an art career; connecting them to human and material resources, home and abroad.

Bukunmi Ogunsola is a  trained linguist  who developed an interest in dyslexia, and further studied its prevalence in children, level of awareness, and knowledge within the school system in his home country, Nigeria. His passion for language and culture preservation motivated his work on language documentation through which he compiles and curates audiovisual corpus. As a 2019 Fulbright, he taught Yorùbá language and culture at the University of Georgia (USA) and is currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of Literacy and Language Education at the same university.

Oladoyin Abiona is a doctoral student at the department of Communications at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. She had had the opportunity of teaching Yoruba language and culture at Yale University, New Haven on a Fulbright exchange program. She believes language is at the core of communication, identity, and development. Hence, her vested interest in language learning and acquisition. Her hobbies include singing, listening to music, watching movies, and braiding hair.

Tiwalade Ajeigbe’s love for children and passion to promote African culture and language inspired her to write children’s books and create fun children resources to inspire the love of the Yoruba language. She is the founder of Yoruba for Kidz and Yoruba for Adults. She has BS in chemical engineering and an MBA and also runs fun immersion camps that teach Yoruba to children on weekends. She lives in Texas with her husband and three children.