Learn About Africa Through Folktales!

Join us as we explore the continent of Africa using African Folktales as our guide. Each class focuses on a different enchanting story and covers a new interesting lesson about African people and culture. See below to read what parents have to say. Can't find a class that suits your schedule? See our classes available on Outschool.com.

For private events email contact@teniandtayo.com.


What People Are Saying

Spices in Moroccan Market


Excellent! The story teller was authentic and had a cultural connection to the story which made it even better! The story also taught morals and values and the story teller engaged the children in such a fun and orderly manner. I will definitely be looking for her stories again!

Traditional African Dress


The story was interesting and one I was not familiar with.  The instructor did a lot to make the class interactive.  She had the kids repeat after her, she added responses to the story, she added movements and visuals.  I would recommend the class for kids who love story time or love learning new stories.

Cheerful Dancer


I was able to see the first part of the class, and it looked so beautiful. Here is my son's review: "when I was in the first part f the class I didn't know what the story was but after that the teacher was very very very nice and in the story she always invited us to participate. This class in particular was very very very very very very very very very cool."

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Live In Person Events

Thursdays @ 2pm - Jun 3 to Jul 8 - Stoneview Nature Center, Culver City, CA - Click here to book

Thursdays @ 2pm -  Jun 15 to Aug 5 - Stoneview Nature Center, Culver City, CA - Click here to book

Mondays @ 5:15pm - Jun 7 to Jul 19 - Olive Recreation Center, Burbank, CA - Click here to book

For private events email contact@teniandtayo.com


Why Take This Class?

Learning about culture can either help children connect with their roots and appreciate their own history more, or it can help them better appreciate diversity so that they can respectfully interact and engage with people from different backgrounds. Plus, global awareness is highlighted by CEOs and educational experts as one of the most important skills that leaders of tomorrow need to possess in order to be successful in their careers.

Using  African Folktales is a fun way for kids to learn about other cultures because who doesn’t love a good story? The stories in this class are captivating and entertaining, and are most likely like nothing the kids have heard before, which makes the session all that more enchanting. 

So, whether you want them to learn about culture or you are just looking for something for them to do, this class is sure to have your children captivated and entertained the whole way through.