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Mountains, coasts, and grasslands–grab our Kenya Lapbook head to Kenya for an African adventure.
Kenya Lapbook Information
Official Name: Republic of Kenya
Size: 224,081 square miles
Languages: Swahili, English, and many native languages.
Kenya produces coffee, tea, corn, plastic, furniture, batteries, and textiles.
Currency: Kenyan shilling
Climate: Kenya’s climate is tropical along the coast. It is temperate inland.
Population: For current information, use this website: Population of Countries
Comparing Times: To compare the time in the capital city to the time where you live, use this website: The World Clock
Sight Seeing Guide: Your student will need to research the cities in order to complete the mini-book.
Animals in Kenya: Picture cards are provided, but your student will need to research the animals in order to write facts on the cards.
Native Lingo: Here are a few phrases in Swahili.
Hujambo = How are you? (to one person)
Habari = Any news?
Habari za asubuhi = good morning
Asante = thank you
How to Get Started with Your Kenya Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Kenya Lapbook.
- If you want, go to your local library and check out books about Kenya.
- Print the Kenya Lapbook.
- Choose and prepare the lapbook mini-books you want to use with your student.
- Enjoy a week of reading and learning all about Kenya.
Download Your Free Kenya Lapbook
Simply click on the image below to access your free Kenya Lapbook.
Explore Our Africa Unit Studies
We have several unit studies set in Africa, including one set in Kenya:
Here are a few more that are set in other African countries: