BC: The End
FC: Our Amazing World
1: “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine | From Poland: To believe with certainty, we must begin by doubting.
2: POLAND: A Land of Hospitality
4: Life As a Kid | People in Poland love to dance. In this picture, they are dancing the Polka. | In Poland, instead of celebrating your birthday, you celebrate your Name Day. It's just like your birthday, but it's celebrated on the day you were named.
5: Researched & Written by Adira | In Poland, spring cleaning and house painting are popular in Spring. People decorate their houses with paper cut into designs.
6: Interesting Places or Things To Know | Malbork Castle was built 700 years ago and is one of the biggest brick castle's in the world. Now it is a vacation place where people can relax.
7: Researched & Written by Kayla | Masuria is a beautiful vacation place in Poland famous for thousands of lakes.
8: Land and Animals | In Poland there are lots of animals like wildcats, bison, bears, golden eagles, wolves and lynxes. These animals live in the mountains in the south of Poland. | The golden eagle is the national bird of Poland. | Researched & Written by Ella
9: There are 1,600 bison roaming through the trees of Poland | There are lots of storks in Poland. (In some villages), there are more storks than people!
10: Favorite Foods | This is bigos. Bigos is one of the favorite dishes in Poland. It is made from cabbage and sausage. | This is pierogi. It is dumplings filled with potatoes and cheese or meat or cabbage. Sometimes they are filled with blueberries for dessert.
11: This is a Polish pastry. It can be filled with fruit or meat. It is a dessert. | This is poppyseed bread, a popular dessert in Poland. | Researched & Written by Adira.
12: Special thanks to: Ms. Moore, our beloved 2nd grade teacher Ms. Frachetti, our amazing librarian and editor Roberts K-8 2011
13: Life as a kid by Adira | Interest-ing Places or Things To Know by Kayla | Land & Animals by Ella | Authors | Favorite Foods by Adira