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Christmas Around the World Interactive Notebook

Christmas Around the World Interactive Notebook that includes crafts and worksheets for 13 different countries including: Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, and the United States of America.

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The ancient Viking language of Elfdalian has been almost entirely wiped out, with only 2,500 people in a tiny forest community in Sweden currently keeping it alive. Now people fight to revive the hist

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Sami bride | The Sami people, one of the largest indigenous groups in Europe, living in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. Their traditional languages are the Sami languages, which are members of the Finno-Lappic group of the Uralic language family. | © samisknettverk

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from Washington Post

Finnish was the second language of Sweden for centuries. Now Arabic is overtaking it.

Finnish was the second language of Sweden for centuries. Now Arabic is overtaking it. - The Washington Post

The Kingdom of Sweden - Area: 449,964 sq km. The largest of the Scandinavian countries, a land of mountains and forests. Only 10% of the land is cultivated. Population: 9,293,026. Capital: Stockholm. Official language: Swedish, with five official minority languages. 30 All languages

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I didn't know there was a word for this. I always called it the Goldilocks Syndrome.

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Celebrate Christmas Around the World with Multicultural Kid Blogs! Get your students excited about the holiday season and the world with this fun and educational packet on the Christmas traditions and celebrations of six countries: Brazil, France, Mexico, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Sweden
from Multicultural Kid Blogs

Celebrate Christmas Around the World

Celebrate Christmas Around the World with Multicultural Kid Blogs! Get your students excited about the holiday season and the world with this fun and educational packet on the Christmas traditions and celebrations of six countries: Brazil, France, Mexico, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and Sweden

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Finnish (suomi) is a Finnic language spoken by about 5 million people in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Canada and Russia. It is closely related to Estonian. Finnish starting to appear in writing during the 16th century. The first piece of Finnish literature was a translation of the New Testament by Michael Agricola which was published in 1548. (...)

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