Enrich your social studies curriculum.
Use this kit to prepare your students to meet State Standards, for example:
CCSS. ELA-Literacy. RL 2.2 “Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.”
A unique educational resource exclusively from Brown Sugar & Spice.
The kit contains a colorful collection of children’s pictures books, authentic African artifacts and teaching aids packed in a handwoven African basket.
Includes African musical instruments (talking drum and shakere or other percussion instrument) a handcrafted doll from Senegal, handwoven kente cloth, both hardcover and softcover books for children about Africa (picture books, a book with audio CD, African cookbook, a craft book, African Mother Goose, etc.) and an audio CD of “Nelson Mandela’s Favorite African Folktales” all packed neatly inside a handwoven African straw basket.
This is a very special educational item for your home or classroom.
Price: $399.00 – Click here to order the Africa Kit
African Books – An assortment of hardcover & paperback may include:
A is for Africa – A-Z alphabet book (Nigeria), Africa is Not a Country, Ashanti to Zulu – Tribal Traditions, Beatrice’s Goat, Boundless Grace – Sequel to “Amazing Grace” (Gambia), Cooking the African Way – recipes, Emeka’s Gift – 1 – 10 counting book (Nigeria), Jaha & Jamil Went Down the Hill – Mother Goose, Jambo Means Hello – (A-Z in Swahili – East Africa), Moja Means One (Swahili counting book), My African Roots (activity book), My Painted House, My Friendly Chicken – (So. Africa), Nelson Mandela Long Walk to Freedom – (So. Africa), Papa Do You Love Me?, The Night Has Ears (African proverbs), and We All Went on Safari
Music Shakere – handcrafted, beaded instrument Talking Drum – stringed drum Audio CD – by Nelson Mandela of his favorite animal tales
Authentic Artifacts Kente cloth – handwoven from Ghana Basket – handwoven from Africa Doll – handcrafted from Senegal
This kit is an aid for meeting standards in reading, for example:
CCSS. ELA-Literacy. RL 3.2 Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text..
There are so many ways to use this kit to enrich your social studies curriculum and afrocentric studies.
“I received the African Storytelling Kit and it is absolutely beautiful. People have commented on how nice….everything was arranged, the beauty of the basket and the materials. We are very happy with it.” DB, Children’s Librarian, Troy Public Library, Michigan
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us
or email us at info@brownSSbooks.com.