|Subcategory:||Geography & Cultures|
|Publisher:||Good Year Books (February 3, 1997)|
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Series: Ancient & Living Cultures Series. Publisher: Good Year Books (February 3, 1997). This little book is greak-t to use as a unit on Morocco. If you only use one book this should be it.
Series: Ancient & Living Cultures Series. ISBN-13: 978-0673363589. Product Dimensions: 8 x . x 1. inches. My K-3 class enjoyed all the craft projects.
West Africa : Ghana, Stencils. by Christine Ronan and Mira Bartok. Christine Ronan, Mira Bartok. Stencils North Africa Morocco (Ancient & Living Cultures Series). Stencils Indians of the Great Plains (Ancient and Living Cultures Series). Mira Bartok, Christine Ronan. Stencils Ancient Greece (Ancient and Living Cultures Stencils). Mira Bartok, Karen Alexander. Alaskan Eskimos and Aleuts: Ancient and Living Cultures Stencils. Stencils Indonesia Thailand Cambodia (Ancient and Living Cultures Series).
Children discover and explore the rich heritage of ancient cultures around the world through fascinating myths, legends, festivals, and stories of the culture. Detailed maps and vivid illustrations show how various people lived and what they accomplished. Each book in this popular series contains five easy-to-do art projects- complete with unique punch-out stencils for making many of the traditional arts and crafts still produced today.
Author: Bartok, Mira, Ronan, Christine, Christine Ronan. Ages 8+. Download Stencils West Africa Nigeria: Ancient & Living Cultures Series: Grades 3+: Teacher Resource (Ancient and Living Cultures) by Bartok, Mira, Ronan, Christine, Christine Ronan free.
Stencils North Africa Morocco (Ancient & Living Cultures Series). 0673363589 (ISBN13: 9780673363589).
used books, rare books and new books. by Bartok, Mira, Ronan, Christine. Stencils North Africa Morocco (Ancient & Living Cultures Series): ISBN 9780673363589 (978-0-673-36358-9) Softcover, Good Year Books, 1997. Find all books by 'Ronan' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Ronan'. ISBN 9780673361387 (978-0-673-36138-7) Softcover, Good Year Books, 2004. Stencils South India (Ancient & Living Cultures Series). ISBN 9780673363596 (978-0-673-36359-6) Softcover, Good Year Books, 1997.
The Prehistory of North Africa spans the period of earliest human presence in the region to gradual onset of historicity in the Maghreb (Tamazgha) during classical antiquity. Early anatomically modern humans are known to have been present at Jebel Irhoud, in what is now Morocco, from about 300,000 years ago. The Nile valley (Ancient Egypt) participated in the development of the Old World Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age, along with the Ancient Near East
But other ancient peoples get short shrift in world history. That's the case with the mysterious land of Punt, a kingdom somewhere in Africa that traded with the ancient Egyptians
But other ancient peoples get short shrift in world history. Here are a handful of long-lost cultures that don't get the name recognition they deserve. The 1,500-year-old skull (shown here after reconstruction) of a woman, who was part of an ancient royal dynasty called the Silla culture, shows she had an elongated head. That's the case with the mysterious land of Punt, a kingdom somewhere in Africa that traded with the ancient Egyptians. The two kingdoms were exchanging goods from at least the 26th century . during the reign of the pharaoh Khufu (the builder of the Great Pyramid of Giza ). Strangely, no one really knows where Punt was located.