This African Linsang coloring page shows the wild cat climbing into a tree, but there's no need to worry about helping it come down because they live in trees!
You don't have to visit Africa to take a look at a wild animal in this hyena coloring page.
Searching for a way to help you kid practice their geography knowledge? This printable is a great way to learn the countries in North America.
Did you know banjos were inspired by gourd instruments in Africa? This stringed instrument is a part of American history, but has roots in other cultures too.
Did you know that the banjo actually originated in Africa? Enjoy a fun coloring page featuring this cool musical instrument.
Flex your child's hand-eye coordination with this printable maze, which will get your child on a twisty turny trail through Africa to Mount Kilimanjaro.
Do you know what's the largest parrot in Africa? It's the African grey parrot! Learn about this blabbering bird and give the image some color.
Meet the Nyasa Lovebird, also known as Lilian's Lovebird, one of the smallest parrots in Africa! Your child will be learning a new species as he colors.
Make a geography stop in East Africa to explore other cultures, with this coloring page of Maasai women.
There are many animals around the world whose lives or homes are threatened. Read about an endangered species from Africa with this info-sheet