Color Book Africa Statues Relics

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African Culture 

Introduce cultural discussion of historical proportions with color book replicas from African culture.  The continent of Africa is a rainbow of civilization filled with unique people, societies and civilizations.   Materials used for making statues, tools and artifacts range from metals to wood and grass reeds depending upon the tribe or society and available resources.  Beliefs and ritual also have a hand in continuing  traditional and ritualistic designs and inventions.
These images may provide introductory, educational lessons to help teach about African civilizations societies and customs. Some items carried important social, religious, and moral values for the whole community.

Make your own unique jewelry charms or brooches by printing the images onto Poly Shrink or Shrink-Art, (sheets of thin, flexible plastic), then bake in an oven to shrink to make cool and unique pieces of African jewelry.