Field Trip to Kenya

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Field Trip to Kenya


In this virtual experience, students will…

  • List the countries and bodies of water that border Kenya and explain their significance to the country.
  • Compare and contrast the climates and landscapes of the different regions of Kenya, including its coastal areas, borders with neighboring countries, and the area surrounding Lake Victoria.
  • Discuss the impact of Kenya’s population size on the country’s resources, infrastructure, and society, and propose potential solutions to address any issues.

Lesson overview

Kenya is located is the eastern part of the continent of Africa. It has land borders with five other African countries and also borders the Indian Ocean. As well as this, it borders Lake Victoria, which is one of the largest lakes in the world. The capital city is Nairobi, where the Kenyan government is based. Kenya has a population of almost 50 million people. In this virtual experience, you will visit Kenya.



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