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Transcript of AFRICA!!
wash clothes Depend on it Transportation
down the river Build bridges/boats to cross the river Learns to build houses out of clay Plants crops and farms To the muddy
areas by the
river and use to build houses Hunt and gather food for their families They use sticks/trees to make food. Build boats to ride on the lake and fish Cut down grass/ trees to make resources Shelter for rain
and protection Food like birds,
buffalo, etc. Must get use
to wild life Builds huts/house
to live in Water for drinking
and bathing Build bridges to
cross the lake Smell of fish Food like fish
Tilapia Transportation to
other places Wearing certain
clothing (Light) The weather changing
from snow to heat Build huts near
the lake for
its resources Food such as bird, fish, and crocodile Fun Facts on Africa - There are about 54 countries in Africa. - Africa nearly is 12 million square miles! - Africa is home of many animals including the largest and
fastest animals. - Africa is the 2nd largest country in the world! - It is also the fastest in population growth. -South Africa has the longest wine route in the world. Fun Facts on Kenya - Lake Victoria is Africa’s largest lake. -The dowry for marriage starts at 10 cows. Our contact paid 13 cows plus some other stuff for his wife. -Kenya men can have multiple wives. -Around 39 million people live in Kenya. -Kenya only has only two seasons. One rainy season and one dry season. - Named after the second LARGEST mountain in Africa. Fun Facts on Sudan - Has many ancient prymids. - Children who live in the cities celebrate their birthday athough other countries don't allow that. - There are only two meals a day is the norm in Sudan. - Arabic is spoken by about half the people, but it is the official language. - Women mostly wear attractive beads and earrings. - Men are responsible for the herd. Facts on Egypt - Egypt is the 34th largest country in the world. - -Some of the ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made out of stone. -Egyptians created glass and faience objects. -Egyptians invented the 365 days calendar. - Covers an area of about 1,010,000 square kilometers. -The shape of ancient Egyptian pyramids is thought to have been inspired by the spreading rays of the sun. Katie Dorsey and Kayla Ishmael 09.14.12