Learning about Russia is a topic near and dear to my families heart. My husband is a Russian American and we believe strongly in raising globally aware children who are knowledgeable about the world. There are many ideas about how to start introducing different places and cultures to your children. I tend to start with what I know, then branch out to the cultures and heritages of our family, friends, classmates, and neighbors.
Russian Themed Picture Books for Children:
Non-Fiction Books about Russia for Children
Books to Teach the Russian Language
Love teaching your children about the world? Here is a collection of Children’s Book about Puerto Rico from one of our blogging friends.
Here are some more articles and activities I’ve written about learning Russian language and culture with my own children!
- Seven Ways to use Matroshka Dolls to Teach
- Russian Art for Children with Abstract Project Instructions
- Chalk Replicas of Russian Buildings – a lesson in art, math, and geography
- A virtual tour of Izhevsk, Russia
- Act out a traditional story – Repka
- Sharing Russian Culture with Friends
- Russian Food
- Where to find resources to teach Russian
- Making Borsht and labeling your fridge
- Activities for non-native speakers to teach another language
- What environmental print looks like in my home
- The Importance of Music
- How to build a bilingual book collection
- Christmas Traditions
- Including traditional toys in play