I Love AfricaAfro Kids Club
The entire team of the I Love Africa Afro Kids Club, an arm of the I Love Africa School of African Culture, A school owned by I Love Africa and is delighted to bring to your notice, our latest project, the Afro Kids Club.
African LanguageClasses For Kids
Languages are an integral part of the African culture. Communities in Africa embed their history and cultural beliefs by passing down their languages to younger generations. The I Love Africa Afro Kids Club offers online and offline classes on African languages by experienced tutors.
Storytime OnHistory, Folklore, and Folktale
African folktales are believed to have the power to hold the community together: the ancestors, the living, and those not yet born. They serve to communicate morals and traditions to the young in preparation of life's obstacles.
African Arts & CraftsFor Kids
Being creative helps children to understand themselves. Creativity is a valuable form of self-expression and the ways in which children’s creativity comes out helps them to understand their inner thoughts, feelings, likes and dislikes.
AfricanDance Lessons For Kids
Dancing is a great form of exercise, and a love of dance from an early age can help motivate kids to stay active as they grow into adults. Dance classes can increase your child’s flexibility, range of motion, physical strength and stamina.
Excursions ToMuseums & Historical Places
A study conducted by the University of Arkansas found that students that participate in a field trip to a museum show increased empathy, tolerance and critical thinking skills.
- To happily engage our young students in rigorous reading experiences while learning about historical pioneers who helped make positive changes to our world.
- To help our young minds and hearts grow as they journey through time and learn about strong, fascinating African heroes.
- To learn to reason and wonder about things morally. To also learn from the mistakes people made in the past and learn the importance of treating others with compassion.
- Through Black History, young children can learn so much about themselves and their abilities to overcome challenges – big and small.