Activities about Liberia

1. MULTIPLE SUBJECTS     You may enjoy a first hand account when you explore Liberia. Check out my travel website on Liberia, as well as a whole lot more of Africa.

2. LANGUAGE ARTS     Okay, you should explore my website about Liberian folk tales. The site includes three stories, also written as plays, as well as coloring sheets, recipes and lesson ideas. The stories were collected as part of my Peace Corps experience in Liberia.

3. HEALTH and NUTRITION     Any study on any subject is better with food.  Explore some of my recipes collected in Liberia as well as more from Food in Every Country, Our Big Escape, Travel Food Atlas, Lacademie, and Liberian Forum. On YouTube, you can find video of Liberian food set to music.

4. HISTORY     Global Connections with WOSU has this lesson on the Historic Ties between the United States and Liberia.

5. ART     West African Art: Liberia and Sierra Leone from Art History Teaching Resources includes history, background, masks, clothing and suggested reading.

6. HEALTH     Like it or not, Ebola put Liberia in the news. Fortunately, the World Health Organization declared Liberia "Ebola free". This PBS lesson about the Ebola Outbreak helps to explain the crisis.

7. HEALTH     The New York Times created two lesson plans about Learning from Disaster: Exploring the Ebola Epidemic. The first lesson explores the outbreak in West Africa and the second is about prevention in the United States.

8. ART     African Mask Design with Phillip Martin, the Incredible Art Department, and Arty