Early Learning Resources Africa Lesson Plans / Teaching Resources


Many of the resources in this section have been created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager. Others have been shared by Lessons from Africa, which is the education programme run by the charity Send a Cow. For 25 years Send a Cow have been helping thousands of African families and orphans grow enough food to eat, sell their produce and develop small businesses that last.

If you would like to find out more about Send a Cow, or make a donation to the charity, then please have a look at their website: www.sendacow.orgLessons from Africa also offer hundreds more resources suitable for Key Stage 2-4, find them all at their website.

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Africa A4 Poster

Africa Display Banner

Africa Editable Poster


Africa MTP: Personal, Social & Emotional Development


Africa MTP: Communication, Language & Literacy


Africa MTP: Creative Development


Africa MTP: Knowledge and Understanding of the World


Africa MTP: Mathematical Development


Africa MTP: Physical Development


Africa STP Week 1 – Do all African people live in mud huts?


Africa STP Week 2 – What food would we eat on our African adventure?


Africa STP Week 3 – What does Jambo mean?


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