16+ ready-to-use digital notebook pages for your unit on Ancient Africa
will engage your students. Explore the art of Ancient Africa, the impact of geographical features of the continent and more.
Great for Google Drive and 1:1 classrooms, this resource includes:
- clickable graphic organizers for students
- color coded boxes for the big ideas
- teacher tips
- possible responses for notes on Ancient Africa
- Black-line masters of all pages
- Geography of Ancient Africa
- The Sahara Desert
- The Nile River
- Trade in Ancient Africa
- Kingdom of Ghana
- Mali Empire
- Songhai Empire
- Kingdom of Kush
- Kingdom of Aksum
- Ancient Carthage
- Hannibal and Punic Wars
- Art in Ancient Africa
- Daily Life
- Traditional African Religions
NOTE: Ancient Egypt Interactive notebook pages are not included in this set. A complete set of Ancient Egypt digital notebook pages can be found here.
Ways to save:
- World History Digital Interactive Notebook Pages Bundle
- Go big with World History World History Middle School Ultimate Teacher Resource Bundle (GROWING)
(includes my entire middle school world history library)
More Interactive Notebook Sets can be found here.
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