Thursday, December 1, 2011

Africa Continent Box

Our Beloved Aunt S recently went to Zimbabwe & South Africa on a fantastical adventure that included trekking the Kalahari desert, swimming the Zambezi river and almost peeking her head over Victoria Falls. Her husband, Uncle B did in fact peek his head over the edge. She posted the video on facebook, it was Awesome! Note to Self: I must start teaching my Beloveds about God's Magnificent Creations (or the Natural Wonders of the Earth)

Well, Aunt S sent a box of wonderful souvenirs from her travels and I thought this would be a perfect start for our African Continent Box.
Aunt S sent two dolls, a lion, two dollies, currency souvenir, three pencils, three bracelets
two puzzles, and a T-shirt (not pictured). I ordered the African Village sticker book from Amazon.



Our felt World map


This elephant puzzle took alot of patience and concentration. After two settings,
Z Man and I finally completed it.


Another activity we did, was pin the African animals to their region. Our map
is getting more use than what I originally made it for.
I am so grateful to God for His many Blessings.
Noor Janan's Link ups:
Living Montessori Now- Montessori Monday
Africa: It's not a Country

Noor Janan's African Continent Box:
Africa Sticker Villaage
Africa Puzzle
True books: Africa
African Animal Alphabet
Lion Puzzle


Noor Janan's List of Blogs- Continent Boxes:
Living Montessori 
Montessori for Everyone
Serendipity
More Serendipity
All of a Kind Family
Counting Coconut

2 comments :

  1. Kimberly 'Sis Bayyinah' Touray : )March 6, 2012 at 8:22 PM

    I so wish that I could come to a complete halt in regards to working outside of the home and home school my son. What a gift? I hope that your children appreciate your efforts.

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  2. This is amazing unit study ... and a wonderful way to start your continent box! Thanks so much for sharing my continent boxes post and for linking up with Montessori Monday. I featured your post and top photo in my Montessori-Inspired Study of Africa at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2013/02/11/montessori-monday-montessori-inspired-study-of-africa/

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