Gujarati Numbers 1-50
Numbers in Gujarati are called Aankadaa.
If you grew up in an immigrant family, you will know that most commonly, the first thing most children learn in English is how to count numbers 1-10. In this package, you will receive 3 videos and 11 pdfs to help you learn not just the number 1-10 but the numbers up to 50 in Gujarati.
Practice saying them out loud as often as you can and do the worksheets to master this. The videos will help teach you how to pronounce and annunciate the number sounds correctly.
Vaishali was born and raised in Baroda (Vadodara), Gujarat, India and lived there until the age of sixteen. She was schooled at New Era High School, and was blessed with amazing teachers who instilled within her the love of language and a deep understanding of the rich heritage of the Gujarati culture.
After coming to the United States, she completed her high school and went on to earn her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California (USC). Today, she enjoys her life in San Diego with her husband, two children and her extended family, blending the best of both worlds into her modern life. She feels blessed that every day the vibrancy of the food, dance, language, games and history of the Gujarati culture are an integral part of everything she does.
Vaishali has been teaching Gujarati language, garba, raas and folk dances for the last fifteen years.