Archive | December, 2015

Winter 2016 Registration Open

18 Dec

Winter AfriVentrues 2016 Join Us On A

Winter AfriVentureTM!

Beginning the week of January 18 – the week of March 14, 2016

Welcome Back All the Returning Afronaut Baobab Star Seeds, Herus and Apep’s!

 & Welcome all New Students!

We are excited to begin a new session of innovative African Centered programming.

What’s New?

This Winter we are excited to be offering 5 AfriVenturesTM! That is the most AfriVenturesTM we have offered in a single session because we are growing! 

Time Flexibility

We want every child wherever they are in the world to have access to a great African History program.  So, as we did last session, we are offering 2 sessions each of our online AfriVenturestm- morning and afternoon .  Find a time that will work best for you wherever you are in the world.  If the available times do not work for your schedule of for your time zone please email us at and we will do what we can to accommodate you at a more convenient time for you. Let’s make it work!

So, tell your friends and families and let them know to join us and a growing number of families who are teaching their children about their ancient African roots and preparing them for their great future.

AfriVenturesTM Best for ages 8 to 14.

Click on the links below to find out more about each AfriVentures OR if you are ready to Register Now click here

Mondays:  African History Heritage & Me 11am and 4:30pm US EST

Tuesdays:  Discovering The Ancient Nile Valley: Deities, Royalty & The Blameless Ethiopians Part 1 – Deities  11am and 4:30pm US EST

Wednesdays:  Discovering The Ancient Nile Valley: Deities, Royalty & The Blameless Ethiopians Part 2 – Royalty  11am and 4:30pm US EST

Thursdays: African Centered Science: Intro to Electricity Part 2     11am and 4:30pm US EST

Fridays: African Centered Science: Intro to Electricity Part 1           11am and 4:30pm US EST

See what others are saying about the AfriVentures:

Our The Ancient Nile Valley: Deities, Royalty & The Blameless Ethiopians AfriVentures Class ended today. Our family learned a lot. The content for this online class was academically superb and the interactive games during class reinforced what was learned. The projects and follow up missions also supported what was learned, were interactive and fun. I hope some of you look into these online classes for your children and families. They’re aesthetically beautiful. This “Ourstory” content is not taught in your Public or Private School classrooms. Thanks again Mwalimu Njeri Nembhard you are genius and your love for our children and global community is evident.

We cannot say enough about AfriVentures! These classes are engaging, interactive, though provoking, out of this time and space! Our whole family has gained much knowledge through the courses that we have invested in and it is such a wonderful opportunity for your youth to explore ourstory in such a creative space! Come join the Afronaut Baobab Star Seed and Heru Abusua!

Mama Njeri Nembhard is a GREAT educator who offers fun interactive ways of engaging our young children into the Blacknificence of Ourstory.


” AfriVentures were a success for our entire family….(it )was a great learning experience and so much family fun…! Thanks again Mwalimu Njeri Nembhard for this phenomenal learning experience.”

“What a wonderful adventure through our history and legacy. I anxiously look forward to the next online AfriVenture!”

“Our watoto had the opportunity to enjoy a version of this course, it was AMAZING. You talk about time travel, each class had us venturing to various paRts of the world and different time periods of the Universe! We loved it! Asante Sana for creating and offering such a wonderful experience.”

“I just wanted to share a BIG THANK YOU to Mama Njeri for putting together such a wonderful African history class for children.  Each Monday we were glued to our computers as (we) journeyed through time with (our) classmates from the comfort of our home.  (We) learned about what it means to be an African, the Maafa , the Dogon people and many other aspects of our African legacy. “

AfriVentures Gratitude

9 Dec
Thank You! Medase! Asante Sana! To all the families that joined us on an AfriVenture for the past 12 weeks!
It is hard to believe that yesterday was our last AfriVenture of the Fall. Time sure flew and we are so grateful that the time was so well spent with such a FANTASTIC and inspiring group of Afronauts! My husband and behind-the-scenes partner Jeffrey and I are so grateful to you for joining us this session and we sincerely hope that we met your expectations and that your children learned a lot and want to learn more. See you all in January when we begin our next session of AfriVentures!  Here’s are a few pictures of the great memories of Fall 2015.