We put together this wonderful list of cartoons, videos, books and sites that are dedicated to helping Yoruba parents teach their kids how to s...
Hey guys! Following our really popular list on fun educational content to teach kids Yoruba, we thought we'd put one together one to help parents...
Here at Bino and Fino we are always looking at creating great resource lists about products and services that will add value to your little ones. Taking some time-out we've curated a list of some of the most beautiful African inspired black dolls available for children to enjoy. Please note. This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please feel free to let us know of any other African inspired dolls we should add to the list.
As usual in our EVCL studio we were having a passionate debate about African animation for children. Why isn’t there much of it? When will we have African children’s cartoon brands and companies that are just as big as Cartoon Network etc? Are parents & children ready for something like that? The usual questions we usually argue over whilst producing Bino & Fino.
Finding black dolls to buy for kids can be a bit of a challenge sometimes. Now more then ever parents want greater diversity in children's toys. After a bit of research we've put together a short list of black dolls from around the world that we feel are making waves and adding value to children's lives.
Finding activity books with black characters can sometimes be a challenge. We believe that it is important for kids to see themselves not only in their favourite shows but also in their coloring books as well. With this in mind we have put together a list of coloring books that feature black boys and girls that you can get for your little one.
Simple and easy to make Finger food. That's Nigerian puff puff! It is apparently the next most common yeast food product eaten in the country after bread. It is basically a deep fried batter of flour, yeast, sugar and water normally eaten as a snack. Of course there are variations of it all over sub-Saharan Africa.
Image, self confidence and beauty is something that afflicts millions of black girls. Of course all girls are affected by this. But especially in societies where black people are in the minority it is important for there to be social groups that empower them to see their inner beauty and enable them to realise their full potential. We have compiled a list of organizations that are empowering little black girls around the world.
October the 1st 1960 was when Nigeria gained independence from Britain. The country became a republic in 1963. This is an important part of our na...