Choose one of these activities to complete every day.
Science - Sorting African Animals
Cut out the animal picture cards below. Using them and the Carroll diagram, try to stick the animals into the correct places on the sorting diagram.
Art and Design - Tinga Tinga
Take a look at the presentation to learn all about Tinga Tinga art and then use the outlines below to create your own. Either before or after, you could watch an episode of Ting Tinga Tales on the BBC iplayer.
Geography - Discover Africa
Watch the video below and make notes of the things you can see in Africa. Do some research using the internet and create a leaflet or poster aimed at persuading people to visit Africa. Think about using a bold, catchy title; text boxes; key facts; an introduction and pictures.
Art and Design
Look at the traditional African Patterns below. Can you use them as inspiration to design your own. Think about what colours you can see in the patters and the different shapes that are used.
Geography - Map Work
Use the internet, an atlas or other books to complete the first page of the resource below. After that, see if you can identify where each of the African countries go on the map.
Science - Classification
Watch the BBC Bitesize video in the link below and complete the activities. After that, draw and label an living thing of your choice and then describe it using scientific vocabulary.
Art - Ndebele Houses
Ndebele artwork can be seen throughout Africa and is quite unique. Traditionally only the women of a village would paint the houses using only paintbrushes made out of chicken feathers and paint - no ruler necessary! Open the presentation and the challenge worksheet and get creating your own!
Geography - The Massai People
Open up the presentation below to find lots of information about the Massai people of Kenya. After reading the information, complete the 'Match It' activity and the 'All about the Massai People' activity.
Science - Living Things
Click the link below to learn about classifying living things. After that, create a poster to explain what a vertebrate and and invertebrate is.
Geography - The UK
Click the link below to access the BBC bitesize work on cities of the UK. After watching the video adn completing the activities, make a leaflet, poster or mini book all about the UK. Think about adding facts about: