The modern-day parent is an extremely busy individual. With already so little time to attend to job responsibilities, household chores, and other...
A Quick & Easy Way For Your Kids To Learn!
Are you sick of your kids having too much screen time? Tired of having to think of creative win-win situation to keep them occupied? And looking for ways for them to learn effectively? At baba baa, we help parents teach their kids foundational skills.
Color Me Contest
Join this contest to stand a chance to win 2xRM50 baba baa online shopping vouchers. This contest is opened for our ADULTS and/or KIDDOS.
To join, simply -
1. Print out the coloring page from the website link below
2. Submit your finished picture on Facebook or instagram by tagging us Baba baa Malaysia or @bababaa.my #bababaatigercolormecontest
Entry period: 19-26 January 2022.
Winner will be announced on 27 January 2022.
Here's What Our Customers Have To Say About Us...
"Beautifully illustrated, I think the book is great to get toddlers and preschoolers interested in the beauty of other languages besides their mother-tongue. It's excellent for parents like me who can't pronounce certain Mandarin words correctly. I'm learning alongside with my children"
"Imagine my utter delight at stumbling across @mybababaa's Press-and-Learn English Malay Chinese Sound Book. If you haven't heard of this company before, they're producers of a great set of books and baby products centered on Malaysian, Singaporean, Bruneian and Indonesian cultures...
It’s an excellent introduction to 3 central languages spoken in Malaysia and also makes a lovely little gift for young learners :) My son’s been enjoying this very much (and his mum has miraculously managed to pick up a couple of new Mandarin words herself haha!) #winwin
The mind of a child is full of possibilities and endless adventure. Remembering when we ourselves were young, most of us can recall times where we pretended to be heroes or heroines in our favourite stories told to us by our parents, grandparents, and teachers. Even today, many of us can still remember how these stories played out and the excitement and thrill we got from escaping to a made-up world, even if just for a little while.
Yes, most of us have been raised with amazing stories and it’s no surprise that we’ve continued the tradition by reading them to our little ones before bed or using them to teach valuable life lessons daily.
But aside from being fun and memorable, what else is so great about the act of storytelling? And more importantly, how do they benefit a child’s development during the early years?