South Africa Thinking Day Passport Insert

Girl Scout Brownies, A World of Girls Journey: South Africa

Mancala is a board game which dates back to ancient times and is still popular today with different versions of the game found in nearly every African country. Great craft and activity for your Girl Scout World Thinking Day or International celebration if you chose South Africa. Directions available at FreeKidsCrafts.com, a part of the MakingFriends.com family

This game is also known as the "count and capture" game. Mancala games encourage kids to conduct thought experiments, counting tokens and comparing ta

Culture Swap - South Africa

Cultural Exchange Parcel to Australia, Sweden & USA

Step Afrika! | Ottawa International Childrens Festival  For nearly two decades, Step Afrika! has been dedicated to elevating stepping, a casual form of tap dancing that has long been popular at historically black colleges, from a campus contest to performance art, which combines Zulu dance, African gumboot, and modern fraternity style stepping in a fast paced and high-energy performance.

Step Afrika dancers utilize the stepping tradition, a unique type of dancing that relies on a combination of footsteps, claps and spoken words to create rhythms and sounds.

Gumboot Dancing from South Africa

The Gumboot dance is an African dance that is performed by dancers wearing Wellington boots. In South Africa, these are more commonly called gumboots. The boots may be embellished with bells, so that they ring as the dancers stamp on the ground.

Gumboot dancing clip

This is "Gumboot dancing clip" by Michelle Wirth on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.


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