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African Fairytales & Folktales (Story #1 - Anansi & Yam Hills)
Join me as we explore the continent of Africa using African Fairy Tales & Folktales as our guide. In this class we'll hear a tale from Ghana. We'll act out scenes from the tale, and learn about African geography and culture along the way.
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In this fun and interactive class, kids get to listen to an enthralling African Folktale from Ghana called Anansi and the Yam Hills. As the story is being told, participants will get to play different characters as they act out mini scenes from the tale. They'll learn interesting facts about the country and history behind the story and they'll spend a few minutes discussing the important lessons they learned. This class will have the kids moving and talking as they act out scenes and eagerly...
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Simisayo BrownstonePassionate About Having Fun While Learning
403 total reviews
287 completed classes
I am a Nigerian born mother of two, children's book author, and entrepreneur. I spent most of my career either working in technology, crunching numbers, or analyzing business strategy, but I decided to take a break from all of that to pursue my...