They shared some clothing, jewelry, pictures, and lots of stories with us, too. What a blessing to have friends to help our children learn.
My 8 yo son dressed up for a safari:
We read a great biography (YWAM) of the exciting life of David Livingstone.
Here are the other books we read:
Traditional Crafts from Africa (Temko)
Zebras: Habitats, Life Cycles, Food Chains, Threats (Penny)
Life in Ancient Africa (Richardson)
Little Elephant (Lincoln)
African Critters (Haas)
Honey, Honey, Lion! (Brett)
How Many Spots Does a Cheetah Have? (Jones)
From Kratt Brothers: Maximum Cheetah Velocity, African Creature Quest, Checkin Out Chimps
Moody Science Video: Ultimate Adventure
Animal tracks, match the animal with its skin pattern, Africa’s Super Predator (mosquito), special animal relationships, prey/predator/scavenger.
Hunting/culling/poaching, number fun from 1-10, different habitats
nature preserves and farms, menu for West African Groundnut Stew (which we ate a few days ago)
range of zebra habitats, stripes, animals in the different African habitats, comparing horses and zebras
zebra senses, classification, and mamas & babies
zebra ear communication, 3 types of zebras, mini biography of David Livingstone
zebra anatomy, zebra predators, zebra diet
zebra habitats and facts
African animal ABCs
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