Remember, if you get stuck on any of the puzzles, the solutions are included.
You can always start at the end and work backwards until you get the hang of the rules.
If there are two numbers, for example, the row says 3, 4, that means there is a section of three black blocks, then one or more white blocks, then a section of four black blocks. If a row has 6 spaces and there is a number 6 to the left of it, that means all of the spaces in the row are black.
Use the clues from the columns to figure out where the fifth black space will go. Same for the columns and the square sections that consists of nine squares each.
This game uses process of elimination as well as a little bit of trial and error.
Each number stands for a continuous section of black blocks.
For example, if there is a number 6, it means you will need to color in 6 blocks in a row, with no gaps.
A wide variety of instruments are used, from drums such as the , a gourd with a net of tiny shells or stones loosely wrapped around it.
Master drummers have to study and learn how to recreate the rhythms precisely, with no room for variation or improvisation until their art has been thoroughly absorbed.
With the exception of a few nomadic tribes such as the Masai, drumming is a rich and well-developed musical art form.
However, it is also inextricably entwined with the art of dance; most African villages would never have drumming without dancing at the same time.
African dance can legitimately be considered the oldest form of choreography in the world.
The dances are still taught to the children of the tribes from an early age, but the form has spread far beyond the continent to thrill audiences around the world.
This can be a simple work song to help make everyday tasks, such as washing or tending fields, more enjoyable, but the more complex dances are usually performed with some purpose in mind.