My big, fat South African potato bake - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
This creamy, cheesy potato mushroom bake is always a favourite at South African braais/barbecues. Easy to make and delicious to eat, it's a real crowd-pleaser!
This is one of my favourite projects to do with almost any age primary school class. I love that they all turn out so differently! They are...
recycling paper: african beads made of paper …! - crafts ideas - crafts for kids
you will not believe it - these african beads hand made from paper ...! but in view of this, do not tell. how deceptive appearance! invite the master-
Read and Craft "Anansi & Turtle" West African Folktales - Layers of Learning
African folktales, like Anansi and Turtle, help kids learn about other parts of the world.
Dragon Fruit on Fan-Rib Skewers
With its blazing pink skin and strange lime-green scales, a dragon fruit looks rather like a prehistoric pod, or the egg of an alien from a ...
Adventures in Ancient Africa | Creekside Learning
Next stop on our ancient history adventures has taken us to Africa. We’ve really enjoyed the stories about Anansi the Spider. One story is included in the Story of the World Text. In addition, we’ve read Gerald McDermott’s Caldcott Honor edition of the book, as well as two titles by Eric A. Kimmell: Anansi Goes Fishing and Anansi and the Talking Melon. We made our own Anansis out of a cardboard egg carton, paper towel tubes and black paint. You can find all of the instructions here. We…
African Trade Beads
Kids learn about African history and geography as they create beautiful necklaces, bracelets, and ankle bracelets. Wear them everywhere!