Can you name a famous gymnast from Romania? Or a famous composer from Hungary? All this and more we discovered on our virtual trip to Hungary and Romania.
During our geography studies we are learning about the landscape of each country, its food, and even some of its history. Below is a list of resources we used to learn more about this week’s countries. May these fun resources help your study of Hungary and Romania come alive too!
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Engaging Geography Resources for the Study of Hungary and Romania
- If You Were Me and Lived In…Hungary by Carole P. Roman
- Roses in the Snow by Dessi Jackson and Lydia Grace Kadar-Kallen
- Nadia: The Girl Who Couldn’t Sit Still by Karlin Gray and Christine Davenier
- Refugee Child by Bobbie Kalman
- The White Stag by Kate Seredy
- The Boy Who Loved Math by Deborah Heiligman
- Richard Wurmbrand: A Voice in the Dark by Catherine MacKenzie
- Complete this worksheet on Hungary
- Color the Hungary flag
- Visit the Sphinx Composer Gallery to discover all the country-focused Hungarian composers
- Write a letter to a Christian in prison
- Color the Romania flag