Items Tagged as "Africa"

Provinces and Presidents (South Africa)

Subjects: Civics, Culture (Social Sciences), History & Social Studies, Geography, Government
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8, Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10
Posted: Jul. 13, 2011   Posted by: collyblom
Summary:
The relationships between planets, continents, countries, provinces and towns are illustrated. Students learn the names of the provinces, drag province puzzle pieces on to a map and label a South African map. Learners also view pictures of the current and past presidents.

Mountain Maker, Earth Shaker

Subjects: Earth Sciences, Science
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 6 | Age 12, Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14, Gr. 9 | Age 15, Gr. 10 | Age 16, Gr. 11 | Age 17, Gr. 12 | Age 18
Posted: Jun. 27, 2011   Posted by: Teachers Domain
Summary:
This interactive activity illustrates what happens at the three types of boundaries where plates meet.

ARTS & CULTURE - CLASS MUSIC GRADE 3 MUSIC GAME FROM GHANA

Subjects: Music
Language: English
Grade Level: Pre-K | Age 5
Posted: Jun. 19, 2011   Posted by: beggs
Summary:
A South African lesson for Grade 3 learners. Based upon a sining game from Ghana. Explores various aspects of music theory and timbres of orchestral and African instruments.

North Africa Jeopardy Review Game

Summary:
Review for 6th Grade Geography. North Africa.

Lost in Africa!

Subjects: Geography
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 5 | Age 11
Posted: May. 11, 2010   Posted by: charmaine
Summary:
Direction and location task

African Safari

Subjects: Geography
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. K | Age 6
Posted: May. 4, 2010   Posted by: cmschrock
Summary:
Look at some safari animals up close!

S3 Sharing is Caring

Summary:
Monopoly-esque Template. Also, A longitude / Latitude Website to teach kids. And African Voices link.

African Voices

Subjects: Culture (Social Sciences), History & Social Studies
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 7 | Age 13, Gr. 8 | Age 14, Gr. 9 | Age 15, Gr. 10 | Age 16
Posted: Jun. 1, 2009   Posted by:
Summary:
Explore the themes, traditions, and artifacts that attest to Africa’s striking diversity and long history.


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