(Offered Online Only)
This is NOT your regular old dry “dates and places” history class!!
African History, Heritage & Me is a 2 Part holistic, African-centered experience that includes music, games, fun projects, challenges, geology, astronomy, geography and more!!
African History, Heritage & Me Summary
Who are Afrikans? Where are Afrikans? What Legacy Did our Ancestors Leave to the World? Did Our Ancestors Discover Time? Who Were the Ancient Timekeepers? What Secret Messages Did Our Ancestors Leave us in their Stories and in the Sands?
In this class we will attempt to answer these questions through a wholistic process of discovery. By examining primary information through many disciplines including geology, geography, astronomy, mythology and more we will construct a preliminary understanding of who our ancestors were and therefore the unlimited potential of who we as Afrikans, can be.
We Are Flexible For The All Many Schedules of Homeschooling and Extraschooling families
This AfriClass is best for ages 8 to 14.
The AfriClass™ lasts a total of 11 weeks. It consists of 10 weekly 1.5 hour classes. There will be a 1 week break.
Dates, Times & Costs :
Dates: February 17 – April 21, 2021 (10 classes, 1 week break.)
Times: Mornings: 10am to 11:30am (US Eastern Standard Time)
== Must have at least 10 participants for class to be held ==
Cost: $140.00* for one child
$160.00* for 2 Children in the same family
$180.00* for 3 or more Children in the same family
*+ $20.00 materials fee for 1 child; $5 for each additional child. (Price for US based students. Fee to be determined for other countries.)
Payment Plans Available: email us firstname.lastname@example.org or inbox us on Facebook
If either of the times shown above do not work for you in your country, please let us know and we will do our best to find a time that will work.
Where: ONLINE OPEN To You Wherever You Are In The World
See what others are saying about it:
“I liked her activities, She had terrific teaching energy and she was exciting.”
“SUPER FUN AND INTERACTIVE!”
“I learned about the Africans all over the world.”
“She kept me interested with new information.”
“I learned that things are not always what they look like.”
“The strengths were the songs and presentations.”
“Mama Njeri knows a lot about history, she makes the classes fun and interesting.”