A set to play a doll sized version of mancala.
A 6.5" x 2" wooden board with ten small cups in two rows and two oval pits at the end.
Small (2.25" * 1.5") bag with attached strings to tie bag closed.
Forty-five small plastic beans (there are more than are needed for game play).
A pamphlet going over the history of mancala and the set up and rules for playing Ba-awa mancala.
Small thumb piano with eight metal keys of varying lengths. This is also known as a mbira. It comes with an instruction manual explaining how to adjust the keys with a standard Phillips screwdriver.
A set of eight stiff backed cards with a painting and a wooden box for storage. The underside of the lid of the box explains the purpose--to move the pictures around to make multiple images of a single landscape.