Bantu Migration - African Kuba Mask - Individual Kit

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Bantu Migration - African Kuba Mask - Individual Kit

Product Number: EL13382

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Grades 4+.

This replica resembles a mask made by the Kuba people, one of the many groups that made up the Bantu Kingdom. Masks have been an important part of African society for thousands of years, used to represent deities and spirits and worn for ceremonies, crop harvests, marriages, war preparations, hunting, funerals, and more. The lesson covers the Bantu migration, 3,000 BC-1,100 AD.

Spice up a history lesson with an engaging, hands-on activity, or tie fascinating historical facts into a fun art class. Kits include replicas, paint brushes, sponges, disposable paint palettes, paint, and a printed lesson plan containing the history of the artifact and the time period, full-color map, designs and motifs, and step-by-step decorating instructions.

Brand  :       Art in History
Item Weight  :       1.25
Prop 65  :      


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