Learning about Africa and music

Posted 10/14/21

LABELLE  -- At LaBelle Elementary School, Miss Roberts’ second grade class learned a stick passing game and traditional song from Ghana this week in music class. They also read the book …

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Learning about Africa and music

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LABELLE  -- At LaBelle Elementary School, Miss Roberts’ second grade class learned a stick passing game and traditional song from Ghana this week in music class. They also read the book “Rain School,” which taught them that students in some parts of Africa have to build their own school before they are able to start learning each year.  

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