ABC's Of Africa By:Shyane

A is for Africa

ostriches

the city

the beach

people on a boat

zebras

second largest continent in the world located south of Europe. once apart of the large supercontinet called Pangaea that shaped the current landscape of the earth

B is for Berbers

live in scattered communities. Pre-Arab inhabitations of North Africa

C is for COCOA

The cocoao bean is grown in Ghana/ tree is now cultivated mainly in West Africa

D is for Dogo

In Mali their is a tribe called Dogo/ Dogo,Niger is a village & rural commune in Niger

E is for Ethopia

The horn of Africa/ Rugged,landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley

F is for Fang

location Southern Gabon/The language is Equatorial Bantu

G is for Ghana

the first empire created in Africa/ Ghana , a nation on west Africa's Gulf of Guinea

H is for Himba

The Herero people, & Bantu people make up the Himba/ indigenous people with an estimated population of about 50,000 peoples living in Northern Nabia

I is for Islam

Church

Church

Someone's home

Is the main religion in the empires/ a monotheistic faith as REVEALED through MUHAMMAD'S the prophet of allah

J is for Jade

Jade

Jade

Jade

Jade

ORNAMENTAL green rock/ applied two different METAMORPHIC rocks

Kenya

more than a safari when you've seen the "big five" /go treeing with tribes men hiked mountain peeks

L is for Lesotho

surrounded by south Africa/Lesotho is the perfect place for outdoor adventures

M is for Mali

second largest empire created in Africa/ Had to reget the salt mines

N is for Niger River

principle river of Western Africa/ It is 4,180 Km

O is for Ovambo

largest tribal ethnic group in Africa/ found in its northern regions and more often called ovambo

P is for porcupines

rounded,large,slow rodents/ salt licker and will lick and eat anything covered in salt including tables and clothes

Q is for Quarn

is the central religious text of Islam/ Muslims believe to be a revelation from God

R is for Rwanda

landlocked in east Africa/ scares are healing Rwanda back on travel map

S is for Salt

salt was important to Africa because it preserved the food/ it helped keep the people''s keep food fresh longer

T is for Togo

don't fall under a voodoo curse you'll love the food/ custom and beautiful capital

U is for Uganda

land of biggies/ visit for big mountains and waterfalls

V is for Victoria falls

Largest waterfalls in Africa/ 355 ft high and one mile wide

W is for Wolof

location Coastal Senegal Africa/ the language is Wolof

X is for Xhosa

second largest ethnic group/ a member of the South African people

Y is for Yaka

location South western Congo/ the language is Kigaka

Z is for Zulu

it is a movie about a British army that goes to Africa/There are African warriors

These pictures are the religion of Africa some of the animals in Africa and what some of the villages in Africa look like these things are some of the things that are above on this presentation.Porcupines are one of the animals that live in Africa they eat salt and anything that has salt on them like tables and clothes they eat.Hippos are another animal in Africa they live in the water.The main religion in Africa is Islam because Muslims came to Africa when Ghana was in power and then the Muslims took over the Ghana empire and was in rule for ten years and then the second empire came which was Mali and they took over the Muslims.The Niger River is one of the rivers in Africa and it helps people get water when they need it to cook.Salt is important because it preserves the food so it stays fresh longer than having to hurry up and eat it before it goes bad.

Credits:

Created with images by WikiImages - "africa continent aerial view" • Irene2005 - "Fence Friday ~ Cape Town edition" • South African Tourism - "Joburg Nights - South Africa" • South African Tourism - "Table Mountain - South Africa" • cocoparisienne - "sunset evening sky nature" • Yolanda - "south africa wild nature" • cocoparisienne - "elephant animal herd of elephants" • upyernoz - "Berber home" • nina_pic - "Berber women" • Joris-Jan - "1 Year ago: marketplace" • neiljs - "Addis Ababa, Ethiopia" • Jorge Lascar - "Snake Charmer" • noramorgan - "Ghana 710" • Gusjer - "Himba teen" • Maatkare - "alhambra patio granada" • Iqbal Osman1 - "Islam" • agoolapulapu - "agoo islam" • steven_yu - "jade pendant diamond" • James St. John - "Interlayered hydrogrossular garnetite and chromitite (Transvaal jade) (Critical Zone, Bushveld Complex, Paleoproterozoic, ~2.05 Ga; Bonjanala Platinum District, South Africa) 2" • James St. John - "Interlayered hydrogrossular garnetite and chromitite (Transvaal jade) (Critical Zone, Bushveld Complex, Paleoproterozoic, ~2.05 Ga; Bonjanala Platinum District, South Africa) 1" • James St. John - "Interlayered hydrogrossular garnetite and chromitite (Transvaal jade) (Critical Zone, Bushveld Complex, Paleoproterozoic, ~2.05 Ga; Bonjanala Platinum District, South Africa) 3" • Ninara - "Y1A1407 Olarro, Kenya" • hbieser - "lesotho bergdorf settlement" • TREEAID - "Gnanilo women learn how to make their trees work" • Jeanne Menjoulet - "Mali, rives du Niger, en approchant de Tombouctou" • Marie Hale - "Southern African porcupine" • johncooke - "Road From Kigali to Musanze" • SoraZG - "Salt_B130604" • OER Africa - "TX9A7550.jpg" • Mark Jordahl - "P1120739" • Obliot - "Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe side" • M1key.me - "Mauritania - Port de Pêche" • South African Tourism - "Xhosa woman, Eastern Cape, South Africa" • quinet - "Congo headdresses" • RonPorter - "zulu youths war dance animal skin skirts" • designerpoint - "hippo hippopotamus animal" • upyernoz - "Timbuktu Street" • mexolive - "slave castle elmina ghana" • Jeanne Menjoulet - "Mali, rives du Niger, en approchant de Tombouctou" • Marie Hale - "North American tree porcupines" • Iqbal Osman1 - "Islam"

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