The ABC Book of Kenya. Told By Brian. Meet Brain. Dear Students,
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The Masai people welcome the rainy season with celebrations that last several days.
to see a video.
They dance and sing for rain and healthy animals.
School is free in Kenya from first grade to seventh grade. After seventh grade many kids are forced to drop out because school is too expensive. What would life be like without an education?
Click on the picture to learn more about schools in Africa.
is for the flag of Kenya.
The black represents the people of Kenya.
The red stands for their fight for freedom.
The red shield means they will always protect their freedom.
The green stands for the land.
Kenya is famous for its carved wood and ivory. Ivory is hard like bones and comes from an elephant tusk.
is for language
In Kenya people often speak 3 languages. They speak Swahili, their tribal language and English. “Hello, friend” in Swahili is, “Jambo, bwana.” Click on the picture to learn how to count to ten in Swahili.
R is for rules.
We have school rules to keep us safe.
One rule is to show respect by standing when an adult enters the classroom.
Click here to see Kenyan wildlife.
Zulu is a tribe in Kenya. Members of the Zulu tribe make beautiful baskets woven from dried grass.