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Welcome to AFRICA!. Africa is the 2 nd largest continent in the world, next to Asia. Africa is HUGE!. Africa is about 4 times the size of the United States. Africa is almost an island. Egypt connects to Asia. Facts about Africa.

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africa is huge
Africa is HUGE!

Africa is about 4 times the size of the United States.

  • Africa is almost an island.

Egypt connects to Asia.

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Facts about Africa

  • Africa has a flag to represent each of their countries, just like we have a flag. Here are six to show you.
countries in africa also have presidents just like we have a president

South Africa’s president

USA’s president

George W. Bush

Nelson Mandela

Countries in Africa also have presidents, just like we have a president.
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What about the people?

  • There are about 748 million people living in Africa.
  • Many of them are children like you!
let s take a look at the children in africa
Let’s take a look at the children in Africa.

dress up…

and read!

They like to play...

Just like you!

here are some of the books they read
Here are some of the books they read.

They are all written in a language called Swahili.

Swahili is one of many languages spoken in Africa.

look at this school in africa

But they're still happy!

Look at this school in Africa!

The students go to school in a mud and stick hut.

children in africa are even involved in other activities
Children in Africa are even involved in other activities.

This is a group of children singing in a choir.

some children have to make their own balls
Some children have to make their own balls.

This ball is being made with paper and string.

Homemade balls are just as fun!