A unique educational resource exclusively from Brown Sugar & Spice.
The kit contains a colorful collection of children’s picture books, authentic African artifacts and teaching aids packed in a handwoven African basket.
Includes African musical instruments (drum and shakere or other percussion instrument) a handcrafted doll from Senegal, handwoven kente cloth, both hardcover and softcover books for children about Africa (covering both historical and contemporary timeframes) all packed neatly inside a handwoven African straw basket.
This is an enriching educational item for your home or classroom.
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A unique collection of children’s books about Africa, authentic African artifacts, hand-crafted African musical instruments, and other ethnic teaching aids packed in a handwoven African basket. Enrich your multicultural studies. Easy to carry – all fits in one basket.
Authentic, hand-crafted basket from Africa – each one unique!
Easy for teachers to use. Multi-modal (visual, audio, kinesthetic, tactile etc.) to accommodate different learning styles.
Everything fits inside the handwoven African straw basket for easy portability and storage. A great teaching resource for your classroom or home.
Affordable Use Literacy Grants, social studies funding, etc. for this multicultural and reading enrichment kit.
Past customers include:
1. Children Race and Racism Institute of Seattle, Washington
2. Troy Public Library, Troy Michigan 3. Los Angeles Public Schools, California
Books depict both historical and contemporary life in Africa – a mix of paperback and hardcover.
Ways to use the Africa Kit:
- Order one for each classroom.
- Social studies and multicultural studies
- Use to decorate a showcase at your school or library
- Give as a door prize
- Surprise a homeschooling family
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.”
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