Reviews about Meltrek: Exploring Ancient Africa
It surpassed my expectations!! Some of the things I already knew, while also learning some new stuff!!!
This is a great program to help children get a glimpse into ancient African history. My son loves the music and movement involved with watching the show. He is a 5 year old PBS Wetakids watcher. He was much more interactive with this dvd, I think because of the hip hop style music and learning cool facts about Africa. The show is awesome, it just needs to be slowed down. More time should be spent talking about the various kingdoms and there legacies, so that the audience can remember each king and their contributions. Other than that, I am looking forward to buying the next episode.
Excellent movie. My kids really enjoyed the history and the music and the characters. Well done. They need to create another episode.
I purchased this for a mentoring group and they absolutely loved it. It was engaging for kids ranging from 4-16. There is so much history packed into this production. It is a great instruction to a deeper desire for knowledge of self.
I love this! It's so educational and is exactly what our African American children need! Thank you Dr.
Know thy self!!! I love it and my 1 year grandson loves it even more. We watch this every morning to remind ourselves that we were and still are a great people.
This video is a MUST for every DVD shelf in all homes of people of African descent. We watch this at least once a week in our home daycare, and the children LOVE it! I am African-American History teacher and I plan on using this in my curriculum. Truly my favorite DVD ever for Black children.
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Black Media Company Creates New Animated Series to Teach Students About Ancient Africa - Atlanta Black Star
Atlanta Black Star
Black Media Company Creates New Animated Series to Teach Students About Ancient Africa
Atlanta Black Star
The first animated lesson of Meltrek, “Exploring Ancient Africa,” teaches children about the birthplace of humanity, Africa. Children are taught about the great black rulers, culture and defining landscapes of pre-diaspora Africa. The narrative ...