How I would love to travel to Africa and go on safari! That would be the ultimate way to teach my kids about African culture, but, since we can’t get there, we can still learn about Africa through books and other ways. Learning about different cultures, people and places around the world is a fantastic way to learn respect for all types of people and appreciate others. There are plenty of books to read, but it can be overwhelming to know where to start when you’re adding to homeschool curriculum or supplementing history, geography, and social studies. Here are just a few kids books suggestions to get you started in your homeschooling Africa unit. My favorite way to learn about any country is through food! I encourage you to also enjoy some African inspired recipes while you study!
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Make some extra time to read with your kids this week.
Our Favorite Books about Africa
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