History and Activities of the West African Kingdoms
Have you ever wondered what life was really like in the West African Kingdoms? What did people wear? What did they eat? What sorts of games did kids play? Through history, recipes, crafts, activities, and games this series gives you a chance to experience what life was like throughout history.
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36-inch butcher paper ancient West African beginning the project Benin Kingdom Benne Cakes butter captured marbles Caravans cardboard features city of Jenne clans cookie sheet Cut the paper directions before beginning edge egg carton entire mask Game pieces glue pieces griots Heinemann Library holes Hot glue important Islam kente cloth kingdom grew Kingdom of Benin kingdom of Ghana kingdom of Mali kingdom of Songhai Kumbi Saleh l/2 teaspoon last marble leather Lion King located Malinke Mandinka Mansa Musa Medicine metal monkey bread Muhammad named Ghana Niger Rivers Nigeria.The kingdom opponent's cup optional Paint and brush pencil permanent paint Picture plaster gauze player player's mancala playing board posterboard Q Paint Q Put Read all directions recipe ribbon or yarn rules Mali Scissors sculpture Senegal and Niger sesame seeds skilled craftspeople Soninke storytelling strips Sundjata Keita Timbuktu trade twelve inches water cup West African kingdoms wore yardstick