Friday Freebie: Africa Resources

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Africa – Geography – Map from Ducksters
The continent of Africa borders the southern half of the Mediterranean Sea. The Atlantic Ocean is to the west and the Indian Ocean is to the Southeast. Africa stretches well south of the equator to cover more than 12 million square miles making Africa the world’s second largest continent. Africa is also the world’s second most populous continent. Africa is one of the most diverse places on the planet with a wide variety of terrain, wildlife, and climates…

Montessori Monday – Montessori-Inspired Study of Africa from Living Montessori Now
Studying individual continents is an activity that even preschoolers can enjoy. In Montessori education, children begin their study of continents with the continent globe and continent map before studying individual continents through specific continent maps and continent boxes…

African Proverbs Copywork Pages from Walking by the Way
…FREE copywork pages for you–a set of African proverbs. Lots of wise words for discussion here, so be sure and engage your child in conversation as she completes this set…

Connections Africa from Homeschool Share
HSS Units

Level 3 Units
Masai and I (Kenya and Tanzania)
When Africa was Home (Malawi)
Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears (western Africa)
The Day of Ahmed’s Secret (Cairo)
Fatuma’s New Cloth (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda)
Lake of the Big Snake (Nigeria)
My Rows and Piles of Coins (Tanzania)
Faraway Home (Ethiopia)
Honey, Honey, Lion! (Botswana)

Country Lapbooks at HSS-
Egypt Lapbook (printables fround in The Day of Ahmed’s Secret)
Ethiopia Lapbook (printables found in Faraway Home)
Ghana Unit & Lapbook
Kenya Lapbook
Morocco Lapbook

… and many more.

African landmark printables from Welcome to Mommyhood
The Pack Includes:
African countries 3 part flag cards
African landmarks 3 part cards including the name of the site and the country where it is located
African landmark information cards including the name of the site, the country where it is located, and a short description of the site.



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