South Africa – Our Land


South Africa: We live in a great country! I mean, who can live without biltong, mielie pap, curry, or a lekker weekend braai?! Where else can you find such diversity of culture and incredible beaches and landscapes? Not to mention all the exquisite fauna and flora. We have it all and that’s why it is such a popular tourist destination.

It is so important to instil in our children a love and respect for our land and her people. We are certainly not short of things to love and boast about so why not ask your learners what they love about SA and make a big brag poster for your wall to remind you all of the greatness of our country.

Browse through the resources below that are all aimed at creating fun and engaging lessons in which we enjoy South Africa.

Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika! God bless Africa!


Grade 5 History Term 4: Heritage Route in South Africa - Summaries in Powerpoint and PDF format


Gr. 5 History Term 4: Heritage Route through provinces of South Africa – Summaries in Powerpoint and PDF format, with beautiful visual illustrations. (in line with the content of Platinum Social Science Learner guide). Works well for presentations in the classroom, as well as for exam preparation. Effective motivational and visual learning aid that organizes learning outcomes. Paying attention, categorization, memorization, and acquisition of knowledge are all cognitive processes addressed in these materials. (Works very well for learners with ADHD, autism, and other learning disorders.) A Powerpoint presentation (62 pages) and PDF Summary (11 pages, print-friendly) are included in this product. TOPICS INCLUDED: Term 4: FHeritage Route through provinces of South Africa UNIT 4.1: The names of provinces & their capital cities on a map UNIT 4.2: What Heritage is UNIT 4.3: Heritage sites of great significance: Cradle of Humankind UNIT 4.4: Heritage from objects: Golden objects at Mapungubwe - Limpopo UNIT 4.5: Heritage in people's achievements: Frances Baard – Northern Cape UNIT 4.6: Heritage in names: Gariep Dam – Free State UNIT 4.7: Heritage and changing identities: The Castle – Western Cape UNIT 4.8: Heritage and indigenous medicine: The healing properties of the Aloe – Eastern Cape UNIT 4.9: Heritage in architecture: Stone-walled town of Kaditshwene – North West UNIT 4.10: Natural heritage & IKS: Makhonjwa Mountains Mpumalanga UNIT 4.11: Heritage in art: San rock art in the Drakenberg – KwaZulu-Natal Suitable for class presentations and exam preparation. Guidelines for permission of use: No commercial use of any part of this product is permitted. Personal and classroom use is allowed. You are welcome to print and distribute the PDF summary to learners in your own classroom for exam preparation. For households, you can use and print for all children in your household. (1 license for 1 teacher’s classroom, no time limit. Or 1 license per 1 household, no time limit) The product may however not be redistributed to other classrooms, or learners outside of your classroom. If you bought this product for your household, you may use for all children in your household, but not redistribute to anyone else. Illustrations may not be used or resold. You are however welcome to refer this product with a link to this product page. (In fact, that would be much appreciated!) Thank you, and I hope you find the product enjoyable and useful. Venita Oberholster Netwerk Plus THIS PRODUCT IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN AFRIKAANS. REVIEWS