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The savannah landscapes of east Africa are widely regarded as the cradle of human life.
Two-and-half million years ago, our ancestors set up homes among the grassland environments that nurtured evolution, and some psychologists believe we find these landscapes appealing today because we subconsciously recognise them as our birthplace.
Children are instinctively drawn to images of savannahs. They’ll be intrigued to learn about their deep-rooted connections with them, and in this lesson the landscapes will inspire them to create a collection of colourful prints based on silhouetted shapes of African wildlife.
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