I think I learn just as much, if not more than the kids do when we study another country. Russia was no exception. I hope you’ve enjoyed our virtual journey.
If you’re looking for more resources to teach your kids a little about Russia, here is a list of 10 fun ways to learn about Russia
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Eat a little Russian food. Make piroshkis with Juggling With Kids.
Read a picture book about modern Russia with Afterschool for Smarty Pants.
Combine science and art to create a drawing of St. Basil’s cathedral with The Educators’ Spin On It.
Make an adorable fold-out Russian nesting doll card with Zakka Life.
Make and play a Russian nesting doll memory game with No Time for Flashcards.
Make Russian folk clothing artwork with Painted Paper.
Make a Russian icon with Domestic Goddesque.
Create simple Russian dolls with Kitchen Counter Chronicles.
Learn about Russia through books with one of the many books listed at The Educators’ Spin On It.
Learn about lines and patterns while creating Martyoshka dolls with this art project from Deep Space Sparkle.
If you’re looking for even more activities, you can see all of our Russia posts here.