We ran a three day promo on Kindle allowing people to download the translated children’s book Agasi Kidnaps Weensy for free. It may be awhile before we run another promo for the book, but if you would like a chance to hear the content, a podcast called Elderberry Tales recorded an audio version of the […]
For years now we have been creating children’s books for Sama that incorporate Sama culture and often Sama folktales into a children’s book format. Many of these books can be found on our subdomain Library Sinama. Every once in awhile we come across a really great story that we want to have a broader reach. […]
We are proud to announce that for the first time, the Central Sinama to English Dictionary is available for download as an app from Google Play. This dictionary has a wealth of information on the Sinama language. Version 1.0 has 13,325 entries in Sinama and 10,455 English reversal entries. The work of compiling this dictionary […]
A tarpaulin size poster with approximately 20 color pictures of sharks is cool in any language! It was quite a bit of time and effort to create it in Sinama. What’s the purpose? It is another addition to the educational posters that can be downloaded here at Sinama.org. Education must be both exciting and familiar. My son […]
Ask any Filipino to name an indigenous group known for their fishing, there is a good chance they will say the Badjao. Sama, the group of people from the Sulu archipelago of which the Badjao (Sama Dilaut) are a subgroup, are famed fishermen, boat builders, and ocean travelers. One challenge that exists for the Filipino education […]
Atagi si Ma’am Vina Biral amassa min kariki’-diki’na lagi’. Aheya tabang itu ma iya bo’ iya asalamat ma iskul sampay pagheyana makasōd iya ma hinangna, dakayu’ mastal ma Tetuan Central Elementary School.
Central Sinama Audio Children’s Book and Video Testimonial about the benefits of developing a love for reading.