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Plants of Africa | Africa Unit Study | Geography Bundle

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Grade 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

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The Plants of Africa | Continent of Africa Unit Study | Geography Bundle

A comprehensive resource illustrating the diverse flora found throughout the African continent. This teaching tool is perfect for social studies and geography coursework plans, designed specifically for students in grades 3 through 7.

The primary components of this packet are:

  • Plant Information Cards: Double-sided cards featuring twelve unique plants native to Africa. Each card front showcases a realistic photo along with basic details about each plant. The reverse side features a mini-article brimming with intriguing and distinctive information.

The twelve specimens showcased in this bundle are:

  • -Barberton Daisy

  • -Papaya Tree

  • -Calabash Gourd

  • -Okra

  • -Mango Tree

  • -Jackfruit

  • -Sausage Tree

  • -Aloe Vera

  • Raisin Bush

  • Gum Acacia Tree -Elephant Grass -Mongongo tree.

This packet offers diverse teaching scenarios including: ensemble discussions led by instructors, smaller peer learning groups or even individual homework sessions at home—making it ideal for both formal school settings or homeschooling environments./Activities included.

Included within this kit are: worksheets and engaging activities designed to supplement learners' understanding about African plants--such as 'the counter-opponent plants'. Oppositional worksheet matching-worksheet,

Detailed measurements on plant reposition using provided post-template Plant Report. Data Imaging: can-attach photos to be positioned throughout your geographical tour; These interactive-design insiders are a classroom! --- Foot pinner's fascinating products are not available in other educational resources. Its practical approach to learning, combining textbook knowledge with relevant service-learning opportunities presented by these informative cards. In conclusion, consider diving deep into the rich biomes of African topography and educating young minds about global ecology using this bundle today! Don’t forget-- similar continent-focused study resources are also available for a more comprehensive geographic curriculum.

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African plants Geography Flora Unit Study Service-learning

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