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Carol Reynolds

Teachers are ALWAYS looking for ways to share the world with their students. Make contact with schools in your area....and if you ever come east, make contact with me and my 4th graders! Good luck!


That's a great idea. I'm still feeling out how interested other people are in Africa, and in other ways of life.

Carol Reynolds

This post is a possible beginning of a presentation for school children- comparing here with there would be a great learning opportunity for young minds who most likely have misconceptions about Africa and life there. You could compare millet for breakfast with Fruit Loops, rice and leaves with burgers and fries, American homes with huts, dogs that avoid sticks with dogs that chase sticks...

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