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AMAZING AFRICA

Kenya

This is a map of Africa, which you found out about last week.

Can you find Kenya on this map?

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Kenya is in East Africa. It is known as the Republic of Kenya.

Kenya’s population is around 44 million! Wow! Kenya is one small country compared to the vast size of the continent, Africa.

 

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This is Kenya’s flag.

Nairobi is the capital city and Mombasa is the largest city in Kenya.  The Tana river is the longest river in Kenya.  Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya, and the country itself was named after the mountain! 

 

Click on the link below to learn more about Kenya.

Can you answer these questions about Kenya?

 

What is the capital city?

What colours are in the Kenyan flag?

Can you find Mombasa city, Mount Kenya and the Tana river, on the map?

Can you find a city in the north of Kenya?

Which cities are on the coast?

Name an ocean near to Kenya.

Name 2 countries which are next to Kenya.

Continents

Our world is made up of 7 continents - which are groups of countries. They are Europe (where we live), Asia, North and South America, Antarctica, Australia (which is sometimes called Oceania) and Africa.

 

Can you find them all on the map? Look carefully and try remember where they all are then play the game below.

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Africa

Africa is a fantastic continent to learn about.  As well as the amazing animals that live there, it is famous for beautiful, bright patterns and wonderful landmarks.  Can you find out how many countries there are in Africa? How many different languages are spoken? Could you find out and draw the flags for some of the different countries?

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Africa has many popular landmarks that people enjoy visiting. Below you can read about some of them. Which would you like to see? Can you find out more about them? 
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Use Google maps to take a look at where these landmarks are. Remember you can drag and drop the 'little person' icon to get a real street view.
Look at all the animals that are found in different parts of the world!  This is because living things live in places that suit their needs.  An animal's natural environment is called their habitat.   Read on to find out more then play the habitats game at the bottom!
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