Our topic in History this term is learning about the Bedouin Tribe.
Who are the Bedouin Tribe?
The Bedouin Tribe call themselves the people of the tent, because they have no fixed home and travel around living in tents.
The Bedouin Tribe are people who live in desserts, such as North Africa, Egypt and Israel.
The pictures show what the tents look like and the materials they use to make the tent.
What materials can you see inside the tent?
What materials can you see outside the tent?
Challenge: Can you make a Bedouin tent at home?
We would love to see your pictures!
What is the lifestyle of the Bedouin Tribe?
Most Bedouins are animal herders who live in the desert during the rainy winter months and move back toward the cultivated land in the dry summer months. They herd sheep, goats and camels.
What can you find out about the Bedouin Tribe?
Listen and watch the tradition Bedouin music in the video below.
What instruments can you see?
What style is the music?
Can you spot the mode of transport?
Have fun researching!