Summer Camp - Week 4

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  • SUMMER DAY CAMP WEEK 4

    This journal belongs to: __________________________

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    My Journal Checklist

    My Star Chart

    DAY 1 DAY 2 DAY 3 DAY 4 DAY 5

  • Summer Camp Memories Todays weather is: Today I feel:

    This Week . . . My favorite snack was: ___________________

    A friend I had fun with was: ____________________

    The funniest moment was when: ______________

    __________________________________

    A fun game we played was: ______________________

    The coolest Show & Tell was: ______________________

    A book I read for partner reading was called: ________________________

  • NAME THAT PRODUCT

    Welcome to Scandinavia! Scandinavia is a region of northern Europe consisting of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. These three countries share the same word, Skandinavien, referring to the first lands of Norsemen (also known as VIKINGS!). Since

    Vikings are so cool, these countries made a special club called Scandinavia and no other countries are

    allowed to join! Theyre VERY picky.

    See if you can match the 3 countries with their names:

    DENMARK NORWAY SWEDEN

    CACTACEAE

    CHOKLAD MRK

    DINERA

    FLRDFULL

    LEDARE

    NOT part of the Scandinavian Club

  • Norway

    Denmark

    COLOR BY NUMBER SCANDINAVIAN FLAGS!

    Trolls

    In Scandinavian mythology trolls are described as being extremely old, very strong, but slow and dim-witted. They remain close to nature (dark forests especially)

    and are said to turn to stone in the sunlight.

    Sweden 1 RED

    2 BLUE

    3 - YELLOW

    3- YELLOQ

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  • The Story of Tomtar

    The Tomte of ancient Scandinavian folklore is a small, elusive, nocturnal creature. Very similar to leprechauns, tomtar are rarely ever seen. Usually found around farms, they have a deep love for both the land and its animals. A tomte would look after the family and farm at night and would often leave small treats for the farm animals. It was customary for farmers to leave

    small gifts (usually food) in return.

    Lets Learn Norwegian! Try and match the phrase with the correct English translation!

    Takk! A. Talk now! B. Thank you! C. Duh!

    Hallo! A. Hahaha! B. Huh?! C. Hello!

    Ver sa god! A. Please! B. That was good! C. Phew!

    Morna! A. Goodbye! B. Good Morning! C. Monkey!

  • Draw yourself as a fearless Viking!

    Did you know Legos are from Denmark?!

    Design your own Lego boy (or girl!) below!