Africa is brought to life in this imaginative look at the plants, animals, and people that make it such a fascinating continent. Studies of both traditional tribes and modern African cities showcase Africa's diversity, and authentic activities allow kids to dive into the rich culture by making a Maasai bivouac shelter, writing a fable in the African style, working as a field biologist, making a ritual elephant mask, and learning to tie an African Kanga dress. This cross-cultural study also shows kids what challenges Africa faces today while giving them a look at what it is like to live on this interesting continent.Cut five lengths of cord about six inches long. Thread them through the holes in the chimesa#39; nodes from the top. Tie a figure-eight knot in the chime end of each cord. Pull the knots up tight against the inside of the node. Thread the free ends upanbsp;...
|Title||:||Africa for Kids|
|Publisher||:||Chicago Review Press - 2007-04-01|