Kenya Welcome to our 2013-2014 destination! Previous Next Welcome Kenya! Home to the Big Five of the animal kingdom: buffalos, elephants, leopards, lions and rhinos. Join us as we journey to East Africa. Here, you’ll find resources to help you take a adventure to Kenya. Enjoy! DID YOU KNOW? The two official languages in Kenya are English and Swahili and more than 60 other languages are spoken. FACT #01 The capital of Kenya is Nairobi. FACT #02 Music and storytelling are important parts of Kenyan culture. Songs, stories, and poems are used to pass on their beliefs, history, and customs. FACT #03 The bones of one of the earliest human ancestors ever found were discovered in Kenya's Turkana Basin. FACT #04 Slavery is a big part of Kenya's history. FACT #05 Almost everyone in Kenya speaks more than one African language. FACT #06 Large animals such as lions, buffalo, leopards, elephants and rhinoceros live in Kenya. FACT #07 In Kenya they drive on the left-hand side of the road. FACT #08 Kenya recognizes over fifty tribes of native people. The Maasai are one of the very few tribes who have retained most of their traditions. FACT #09 In 2004, excavations unearthed giant crocodile fossils (sometimes known as sarchosuchus) which were at least 200 million years old. FACT #10 Previous Next Resources Travel Documents Kenya Annual Report (PDF) Kid’s Corner 2-sided Gicandi Labels (PDF) Art - Harambee Kanga - 141009 (PDF) 2-sided Gicandi Labels (PDF) Art - Harambee Kanga (PDF) Art - Kanga (PDF) Art - student mask - 141009 (PDF) Art - Teacher Kanga - 140922 (PDF) Art - teacher mask - 141009 (PDF) Colors and Shapes in Kiswahili (PDF) Colors and Shapes in Kiswahili - II (PDF) Comparing Life in Kenya - 3-5 Teacher Key (PDF) Comparing Life in Kenya - 3-5 (PDF) Jambo Lyrics - Gicandi Directions (PDF) Kenya Report - 3-5 (PDF) Kenya Report - K-2 (PDF) Make a Zebra - Punda Milia (PDF) Puzzle Solution (PDF) Word Search Kenya (PDF) plan a visit Bring a unique experience to your students and yourself! Talk to us about planning a trip. Plan a Trip!