Rooti Dolls celebrating african roots !
Rooti Dolls by Rooti Creations UK Ltd is a range of gorgeous educational black fashion dolls that can speak and teach children many phrases in various African ethnic languages. With Rooti Dolls, parents can seize back the initiative. Parents can be guaranteed the young ones will learn their native languages- through play. This product undoubtedly holds the key to halting the demise of Africa’s ethnic languages. People from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Liberia, Uganda, Angola, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Congo, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Cameroon etc., will all have dolls that speak their various ethnic languages. Children will pick up words and phrases from playing with our dolls and this will serve as a building block to learn to speak and ultimately preserve our rich and beautiful African languages.
Dolls celebrating culture
Rooti dolls promote culture, language and each doll has a positive role for children to aspire to. The dolls are created as a real image and identity of us as black people- African, African Caribbean and African American. They have wider noses, fuller lips, long curly hair and they come in various shades of black. They also come dressed in a mix of elegant African fabric and western fashion styles. So from an early age, children learn to appreciate the beauty of African products and fashion trends as opposed to all the negative images we see in the media about Africa.
Doll Price: £40 (definitely worth every penny).
Languages: Each Doll speak four languages each
Our dolls are made with materials of the highest quality and they come dressed in the best and most stylish of outfits. Other dolls of the same quality and functionality range well over our £50 price tag. They come with their own unique names and identities. So when you purchase a Rooti Doll, you are not just buying a doll, you purchase with it a unique story and personality.
Dolls Names & Language (each dolls speak four languages):
- Ama speak Twi, Ga, Ewe and Krobo (Ghanaian languages)
- Nina speak Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa, and Ibibio (Nigerian languages)
- Tisha speaks English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Dutch.
- Nubya speak Zulu, Thoxa, Sesotho and Afrikaan (South Africa languages)
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