In this post, I will share with you some Europe activities for kids!
Take a look at the fun and awesome geography Europe lesson plans that I sort of threw together one day. It was funny how it happened.
We were studying Western Europe and the kids suddenly started asking lots of questions about these three countries.
They asked about Germany, Spain and Italy, so I put together three activities for them for each of these countries.
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Germany Activities for Kids
We always begin every lesson with books.
That’s right! We always read books pertaining to the subject we’re studying to gather information and learn a lot.
These German activities for kids lesson would be no different! Here are some great ones that we’ve read!
Click on the images for more info!
Kids’ Travel Guide – Germany: The fun way to discover Germany – especially for kids (Kids’ Travel Guide series) (Volume 26)Germany For Kids: People, Places and Cultures – Children Explore The World BooksColor & Learn Easy German Phrases for Kids (Dover Little Activity Books)German DVDs for children – Learn German for kids DVD Set (6 DVDs)
Next, we obviously went for our Little Passports World Edition!
It is a monthly subscription that we love. It is affordable and always fun.
Every month, the package includes activities from a specific country in the world.
For these Western Europe lesson plans, this worked out perfectly!
Some of our Little Passports games included learning about famous German places, delicious German food and even Beethoven!
And then the fun Germany activities for children that I made for my own kids and your kids really brought a lot of the information home.
I made some 3-part cards for Germany.
There is a tag and then 6 cards including the map of Germany, the German flag, past German currency, present German currency, a famous building and a popular German dish.
Spain Activities for Kids
This is how we started our lesson on Spain! We really enjoyed these books below.
And we love this language program, too. Click on the images for more information.
Kids’ Travel Guide – Spain: The fun way to discover Spain – especially for kids (Kids’ Travel Guide series)The Spain Fact and Picture Book: Fun Facts for Kids About Spain (Turn and Learn)Amazing Pictures and Facts About Spain: The Most Amazing Fact Book for Kids About SpainSpanish for Kids – Learning Spanish for Children DVD Set (6 DVDs), Spanish flashcards (150 cards)
So, for our Spain activities with kids, we also used our awesome Little Passports package that tells us about this fantastic country.
Our Little Passports games included learning some Spanish words, a postcard of a beautiful cathedral, a set of castanets and a link to a fun online game about Spain.
And then the fun Spain activities for children that I made for my own kids and your kids really brought a lot of the information home.
I made some 3-part cards for Spain.
There is a tag and then 6 cards including the map of Spain, the Spanish flag, past Spanish currency, present Spanish currency, a famous building and a popular Spanish dish.
Italy Activities for Kids
And now, we have a short list of books about Italy. Here are some great resources.
If you want more information on these books or on the Italian language program, click on the images.
Living in . . . ItalyKids’ Travel Guide – Italy: The fun way to discover Italy – especially for kids (Kids’ Travel Guide series)Amazing Pictures and Facts About Italy: The Most Amazing Fact Book for Kids About ItalyItalian for Kids – Learning Italian for Children DVD Set (6 DVDs), Italian Flash Cards (100 cards)
Our Italy activities for kids with Little Passports was the most fun! It came with an amazing 3D gondola and everything!
These Little Passports games were super!
This monthly package includes activities about Italy, the 3D gondola model, a postcard, a pin to pinpoint Italy on the map and a link to an online Italy game! Yay!
And then the fun Italy activities for children that I made for my own kids and your kids really brought a lot of the information home. I made some 3-part cards for Italy.
There is a tag and then 6 cards including the map of Italy, the Italian flag, past Italian currency, present Italian currency, a famous building and a popular Italian dish.
So now, grab your printable 3-part cards on Germany, Spain and Italy!
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