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Africa Continent Study - All 56 African Countries - Worksheets, maps and flags.With this package your students can create their very own, unique, African continent study booklet!Included in this package:1. Title page with large, colorable map of Africa2. An introductory page that includes key information about the continent of Africa3. World map used to identify all continents and highlight the continent of Africa4. A political map of the continent that identifies all countries within the Africa
Travel through educational activities with this fresh interactive educational bundle of activities featuring EGYPT! Included is an informational placemat poster and country flag, as well as major landmarks, three-part cards and geographical pinning work. Learn fun facts about this amazing country as well as the fauna. See major historical events of Egypt and color a digital rendition of an ancient Egyptian calendar. Create your own 3D paper diorama of the Giza Plateau, complete with the three gr
Geography three-part cards for ages 4-7 yrs. Instructions are given in the file. The cards can be used for learning about the continent of African animals and picture and word matching. For older children writing 1-5 sentences about their favorite place is recommended.
Geography three-part cards for ages 4-7 yrs. Instructions are given in the file. The cards can be used for learning about the continent of Africa and picture and word matching. For older children writing 1-5 sentences about their favorite place is recommended
This colorful brochure aims to debunk the stereotypes and myths about the African continent. Introduces students to prominent Africans throughout its history. Brochure aims to give students a balanced view of Africa and not just the negative images shown on Western media. Answer sheet included.
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Expand your cultural studies of Africa and save with this 265 page bundle of 8 sets of 3-part cards.This set includes three label options - 2 print options and one cursive option.Included in this bundle are:Animals of Africa 3-Part Card SetBirds of Africa 3-Part Card SetFlags of Africa 3-Part Card SetFlowers of Africa 3-Part Cards SetFoods of Africa 3-Part Card SetLandmarks of Africa 3-Part Card SetMusic of Africa 3-Part Card SetNatural Wonders of Africa 3-Part Card SetBonus: Africa Continent Ca
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PreK - 3rd
This is a set of 20 African trees and flowers for your continent box or botany shelf. Words included are:devils thorn, quiver tree, transvaal daisy, ice plant, wild dagga, wild hibiscus, lucky bean creeper, leopard orchid, milkwood tree, bottle tree, impala lily, krantz aloe, tree aloe, transvaal milkplum, sagewood tree, wild laburnum, camel thorn tree, ana tree, candle acacia, baobab tree. For more continent materials please check back in my shop:http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/A-Passi
This is a set of 24 African food three part cards for your continent box or as a standalong activity in your cultural area. A great material! Words included are: acarajé, alloco, amala, asida, baba ghanoush, bazeen, biltong, bobotie, briouat, bunny chow, chakalaka, couscous, fig rolls, halva, jollof rice, kachumbari, kebab, koeksisters, mandazi, melktert, pap, sosatie, tapioca pudding, droëwors
A set of 16 African landmarks to go with the African continent box. Words included are: Victoria Falls, Kilimanjaro, The Big Hole, Pyramids of Giza, Masai Mara Nature Reserve, Fish River Canyon, Djemaa el Fna Market, Table Mountain, Abu Simbel, Robben island, Cape of Good Hope, Lake Victoria, Kirstenbosch Gardens, Sphynx of Giza, Okavango Delta, Timbuktu. For more continent materials please check back in my shop: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/A-Passion-For-Montessori
This is a lovely set of 36 three part cards about African animals. It includes a selection of mammals, reptiles and birds.Animals included are:elephant, giraffe, zebra, gazelle, cheetah, leopard, hyena, hippopotamus, lion, lioness, aardvark, rhinoceros, buffalo, impala, jackal, okapi, springbok, african penguin, rockhopper penguin, great white pelican, openbill, shoebill, flamingo, hadeda ibis, patridge, peacock, guineafowl, Cape parrot, kingfisher, black mamba, puff adder, boomslang, Cape cobra
Students will enhance their understanding of the geography of South Africa, including major cities and geographic regions or landmarks, etc. This product is best used as supplementary to your lessons on the country.©Founding Fathers USA. All rights reserved by Founding Fathers USA. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Additional teachers must purchase their own license or TpT's multiple license option.
Download and go! An engaging slideshow for the first day of any Africa unit! • 18 slides total • 1 Nat Geo Kids video embedded in an MP4 file• 5 maps insertedTopics included:• Richest country in Africa (per capita income)• Sahara Desert• Mt. Kilamanjaro • Nile River• Victoria Falls• Victoria Lake• African climate zones• People of Africa• Zulu• Maasai• San Bushmen• Modern Africa today
This template of the African continent great to use as you choose!
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African Fruit Montessori Nomenclature 3-Part Cards: 9 Control cards 9 Picture cards 9 Label Cards This material can be used as a part of your study of Africa or increased knowledge of the various fruits found in the world.. For students ages 2-6; This lesson comes with suggestions on how to use the work with each age group as well as extensions for the work. CLICK HERE to view my freebies CLICK HERE to view my DRAWING LESSONS CLICK HERE to view my ART WITH THE MASTERS ART LESSONS CLICK HE
I found a great digital resource called DK Kids Find Out. I have used them for years and they have tons of various topics that are leveled perfectly for middle school students. I have enjoyed utilizing their website and hope you enjoy it too! This one is on Africa as a continent.
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6th - 10th
Download a PDF file of a word-search on an A4 page.This word-search contains the names of fifteen (15) of the largest countries on the continent of Africa.This word-search is suitable for English, Geography or an extra activity.
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This bundle includes a PowerPoint presentation that focuses on select physical features found on the African continent. The Nile River, Sahara Desert, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Lake Victoria, and the Sahel are among the features covered. In addition, notes for the presentation, a map labeling exercise, and a review activity are included. The map labeling exercise requests that students identify numerous physical features as well as the countries of South Africa, Sudan, Kenya, Nigeria, and the Democra
Australian Curriculum Geography overview: Which countries have over 100 million inhabitants? What is the most widely spoken language in the world? Discover the answers to these and many more questions in Australian Curriculum Geography, a fantastic series which will see students navigating through continents, wading through oceans, and discovering cultures, creatures and creations from around the world.This file contains student pages from Australian Curriculum Geography — Year 4. Each of the wo
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4th
This document provides a step-by-step guide to complete an African Continent Country Project. An objective is also listed as well. Students should have access to a computer to complete.
Includes fill in the blank, multiple choice, and open ended response. This test covers geography, culture, land forms and apartheid
There is no other continent as misunderstood as the African continent! This worksheet will introduce students to some of the myths perpetuated by western media concerning Africa, in hopes that the knowledge contained within will start a classroom conversation and stop the vicious cycle of misinformation about the 2nd largest continent. It would be great for teachers to ask students what images come to mind when they hear the word Africa, and see if any of their answers are more myth than facts.
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8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Answers to the brochure, including important facts about people, places, and events that have shaped African history.
This file is setup to use 12 sheets of A3 paper. The whole map measures 3x3 feet. Please see the preview word document file for more detailed instructions and tips on how to put together this huge map!Get Free Money with TPT Credits!Leave Feedback for this product and earn TPT credits20 Credits = $1 OFF any TPT purchaseFREE Movie Guides & Resources:Get a feel for my work and see if this resource is right for you. I ask questions that require students to 'live' on the higher levels of Bloom's
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Six sets of fill-in worksheets, one for each episode. All questions have optional time stamps; all worksheets come with an optional student answer sheet to streamline grading and allow multiple uses of your printouts. Full context and fast-grade answer keys included!The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, is an award-winning six-part documentary series by noted historian Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Covering from about the year 1500 through to the new millennium, the series addresses in a detaile

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