Maths and Technology
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Techno Africa’ is a learning activity that engages students in understanding why cellphone usage has risen dramatically in Africa, and how this usage is helping people. This activity includes comprehensive teaching notes to be read before beginning the activity with students, as they feature useful background information and suggestions for supporting learning. An answer sheet …More

Comprehension and Critical Thinking
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This reading comprehension activity ‘A Chance to Learn’, asks students to answer comprehension questions on a text about educating girls in third world countries.

South African History
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This history timeline, ‘Apartheid in South Africa’ features important dates and factual background information about this racist system, the struggle against it and its eventual end. This is a great resource for broadening students’ historical and cultural knowledge about South Africa and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of South …More

South African History
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This history timeline, ‘Nelson Mandela’ features important dates and factual background information about the life of one of history’s greatest and most inspirational leaders. This is a great resource for broadening students’ historical and cultural knowledge about South Africa and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of South African history.

South African History
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This history timeline, ‘Shaka Zulu’ features important dates and factual background information about the life of one of history’s greatest military leaders and the King of the Zulus. This is a great resource for broadening students’ historical and cultural knowledge about South Africa and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study …More

South African History
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This history timeline, ‘South African Diamonds and Gold’ features important dates and factual background information about the discovery of diamonds and gold in South Africa and the immediate impact this had on the country. This is a great resource for broadening students’ historical and cultural knowledge about South Africa and could be used as a …More

South African History
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This history timeline, ‘South African Sports Highlights’ features important dates and factual background information about the nation’s leading sports people and events that marked key moments in the country’s history. This is a great resource for broadening students’ historical and cultural knowledge about South Africa and could be used as a prompt for further discussion …More

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘A: Apartheid’ features important factual background information relating to the system of racial segregation that was in place in South Africa between 1948 and 1991. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of this significant and turbulent period in South African history and also features an activity for students to practise …More

Maps
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This full colour map of Africa political is a single full page map complete with compass and scale that can be reproduced for classroom use. It is left blank for students to identify and label the countries, cities, geographical landmarks and surrounding oceans.

Maps
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This full colour map of Africa political with labels is a single full page map complete with compass and scale that can be reproduced for classroom use. It features country borders and surrounding oceans.

Maps
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This full colour continent map of Africa is a single full page map complete with compass and scale that can be reproduced for classroom use. It is left blank for students to identify and label countries, key cities, bordering countries and surrounding seas and oceans.

Maps
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This continent outline map of Africa with labels is a single full page map complete with compass and scale that can be reproduced for classroom use. It features labelled surrounding seas and oceans.

Maps
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This full colour continent map of Africa with labels is a single full page map complete with compass and scale that can be reproduced for classroom use. It features labelled surrounding seas and oceans.

Maps
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This continent outline map of Africa is a single full page map complete with compass and scale that can be reproduced for classroom use. It is left blank for students to identify and label countries, key cities, bordering countries and surrounding seas and oceans.

South African History
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This history article ‘Afrikaner Kitchen’ features important factual background information about the objects and symbols associated with the cuisine of this South African ethnic group. It identifies the Boerewors sausage, potjiekos, biltong and koeksister as icons of Afrikaner food, which are still eaten in South Africa today. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical and …More

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘Albert Luthuli’ features important factual background information about the man who courageously led the African National Congress in its fight against apartheid. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of racism …More

Comprehension and Critical Thinking
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Aliens in Lake Victoria’, asks students to answer comprehension questions about plants that are growing in Lake Victoria in Africa.

Comprehension and Critical Thinking
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Aliens in Lake Victoria’, asks students answer comprehension questions on a text about Lake Victoria.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘Archbishop Desmond Tutu’ features important factual background information about this man of faith, his struggle against apartheid and his role in national reconciliation. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of …More

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘B: Baboon’ provides factual information about the Baboon, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘B: Baobab’ features important factual background information relating to the water-storing tree found in South Africa and other parts of Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the unique and beautiful flora and fauna associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘C: Cango Caves’ features important factual background information relating to the beautiful limestone caves located in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the natural landmarks and attractions associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘C: Cheetah’ provides factual information about the Cheetah, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘Charlize Theron’ features important factual background information about this Academy Award-winning actress who has also founded her own charity to help the children of Africa. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or …More

South African History
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This history article, ‘Christiaan Barnard’ features the South African surgeon who was the first person in the world to perform a human heart transplant. It provides factual information about Christiaan Barnard and heart transplants, along with a glossary of unfamiliar words and terms from the text. It is aimed at broadening students’ cultural and historical …More

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘D: Diamond’ features important factual background information relating to the accidental discovery of diamonds in South Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the natural resources and icons associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘E: Elephant’ provides factual information about the Elephant, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘E: Elephant’ features important factual background information relating to the savannah and forest elephants found in Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the unique and beautiful flora and fauna associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Early Learning Activities
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This early learning activity, ‘Elephant Song’ provides instructions on how to make elephant puppets using paper plates and socks and is followed by an accompanying song.

South African History
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This history article ‘Endangered Animals: South Africa’ features important factual background information about South Africa’s animals. It identifies the black rhino, African wild dog, blue crane and African penguin as key animals endemic to South Africa, which are under threat today. It is aimed at broadening students’ historical and cultural awareness and could be used …More

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘F: Fossil’ features important factual background information relating to fossils and an important fossil discovery in South Africa in 2012. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of significant artefacts and discoveries associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Flamingos’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘FW de Klerk’ features important factual background information about this Nobel-Prize winning president and peace-maker who released Nelson Mandela and paved the way to the end of apartheid. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for …More

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘G: Giraffe’ provides factual information about the Giraffe, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘G: Giraffe’ features important factual background information relating to giraffes and one giraffe species found in South Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the unique and beautiful flora and fauna associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

South African Landmarks
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This postcard ‘Gauteng: Cradle of Humankind’ features important factual background information on this ancient place and the fossils that have been found there. The postcard template encourages students to research the location in order to write creatively about it as though recounting a visit. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the environmental, cultural …More

South African Landmarks
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This postcard ‘Gauteng: Johannesburg’ features important factual background information on South Africa’s largest city. The postcard template encourages students to research the location in order to write creatively about it as though recounting a visit. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the environmental, cultural and historical landmarks of South Africa and can be …More

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘H: Hippopotamus’ provides factual information about the Hippopotamus, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘H: Home’ features important factual background information relating to some of the different styles of homes found in South Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the various traditional dwellings associated with South African society and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘I: Impala’ provides factual information about the Impala, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘I: Invention’ features important factual background information relating to an important invention that South African born Allan Cormack helped to develop. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the significant discoveries and inventions associated with South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘It’s All in the Trunk’ asks students to answer questions about how the elephant uses its trunk. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages students to recall information and draw conclusions.

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘J: Jackal’ provides factual information about the Jackal, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘J: Johannesburg’ features important factual background information relating to the South African city known as the “City of Gold”. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the major cities and landmarks of South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Famous South African People
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This history poster ‘JH Pierneef’ features important factual background information about this landscape artist who changed the face of painting in Africa. This is a great resource for broadening students’ knowledge of significant figures from South African history and could be used as a prompt for further discussion or study of art and painting.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘K: Kalahari Desert’ features important factual background information relating to the Kalahari, which lies partly in South Africa. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the unique and beautiful natural landmarks and features of South Africa and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘K: Kudu’ provides factual information about the Kudu, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South African History
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This history article, ‘Kruger National Park’ features South Africa’s oldest, largest and most famous game reserve. It provides factual information about the animals who live there, the park’s founder, Paul Kruger, and current efforts to fight poaching, along with a glossary of unfamiliar words and terms from the text. It is aimed at broadening students’ …More

South African Landmarks
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This postcard ‘Kwazulu-Natal: Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park’ features important factual background information on the mountain range that is home to South Africa’s highest peaks. The postcard template encourages students to research the location in order to write creatively about it as though recounting a visit. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the environmental, cultural …More

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘L: Lemur’ provides factual information about the Lemur, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘L: Lion’ features important factual background information relating to common African lions as well as a special white lion that is found only in South Africa’s Timbavati region. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the unique and beautiful flora and fauna associated with South Africa and also features an …More

Oral Language Photo Activity
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This oral language photo activity ‘Lion’, enhances vocabulary and concept development by providing a thought-provoking visual stimulus that can be used as a prompt to engage students in discussion. Each photo is complete with an accompanying lesson plan featuring tips and activities to develop oral language and vocabulary further.

Editing and Revising
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This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Libya: A Dry Climate Country’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, correct tense, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

South African Landmarks
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This postcard ‘Limpopo: Kruger National Park’ features important factual background information on South Africa’s oldest game reserve. The postcard template encourages students to research the location in order to write creatively about it as though recounting a visit. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the environmental, cultural and historical landmarks of South Africa …More

South African History
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This history article, ‘Living Fossil’ features the discovery of the prehistoric coelacanth, which was long thought to be extinct. It provides factual information about this fish and how it was discovered by South African Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer, along with a glossary of unfamiliar words and terms from the text. It is aimed at broadening students’ cultural …More

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘M: Mandela’ features important factual background information relating to the inspirational South African leader Nelson Mandela. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the significant figures and icons associated with South African history and culture and also features an activity for students to practise their handwriting.

Wild Animals
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This short nonfiction text, ‘M: Mountain Gorilla’ provides factual information about the Mountain Gorilla, exploring where they live, what they eat and other interesting facts.

History for Kids
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This procedural text, ‘Make and Play a Djembe Drum’ features instructions about how to make and play a Djembe drum and is aimed at broadening students’ cultural and historical awareness.

South African Landmarks
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This postcard ‘Mpumalanga: Motlatse River Canyon’ features important factual background information on the third-largest canyon in the world. The postcard template encourages students to research the location in order to write creatively about it as though recounting a visit. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the environmental, cultural and historical landmarks of South …More

South Africa
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This short nonfiction text ‘N: Ndebele’ features important factual background information relating to the homes and arts and crafts of the Ndebele people. It is aimed at broadening students’ awareness of the unique and beautiful crafts that are produced by South Africa’s diverse ethnic groups and also features an activity for students to practise their …More

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