The Soldier's Tale Geography Curriculum Guide
Let's learn about the geography of Russia
- This site has a lot of advanced information on the history of Russia, but search it for its pictures of the architecture, ethnic diversity, and landscape. For fun you can even change the text on the site to Russian.
- Here is a nice website with Russian recipes as well as traditional stories and links to shopping.
The Soldier's Tale was composed while Stravinsky was in Switzerland. Let's learn about this beautiful country!
- Print this map of Switzerland and label cities, bordering countries, mountains and other geographical elements.
- National Geographic has a nice section with country facts
- Enchanted Learning has printouts of the flag, as well as a printable map of Europe to label
- Draw an advertisement for one of these swiss-influenced products, using images of the landscape of Switzerland. Make the consumer really want to buy it! Swiss Miss hot chocolate, Swiss cheese, Swiss Family Robinson, Swiss army knife
- Here is some information on Swiss food
The soldier ends up married to a princess and living in a castle.
- Build a castle out of legos, blocks, or other medium.
- Explore these pictures on Google. There are tons to choose from! Explore these sites to learn about the parts of a castle and what they were used for: parts of a castle (click on the main picture for a detailed view) and castle terminology.
- Make castles using cardboard.
- Get and play Castle Keep with your family.
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