Presentation on theme: "It’s a Small World After All"— Presentation transcript:
1 It’s a Small World After All Mrs. Edlin’s Virtual Field Trip
2 Welcome!We have studied what the words alike, different, and unique mean. People who live in other countries are like us in many ways and are also different from us in many ways. The things that make us different are what make us unique!A person’s culture is one way that makes them unique.
3 What they eat and even how they eat is part of someone’s culture.
4 What a person wears is also part of their culture.
5 Learning about other countries around the world and their cultures is fun! Let’s hear what Grover has to say about his travels:Grover Says:
6 I am going to give you a Passport. A Passport is a special document that allows you to visit places outside of the United States. After you visit each country, I would like you to draw a picture in your Passport about something you learned while in that country.
7 Take out your Passport and let’s go ! Lets go on an AdventureTake out your Passport and let’s go !
8 MexicoThe people who live in Mexico are called Mexicans and most of them speak Spanish. Click on the flag below to learn about Mexico!
9 Here are some pictures of kids that live in Mexico.
10 What do they eat in Mexico? Mexican food is considered to be very spicy. Well, that is only partially true. Mexican food history shows that Mexico has given chocolate to the world, as well as several other specialties, including peanuts, vanilla, beans, coconuts and tomatoes. The traditional Mexican cooking makes use of these native elements to produce tasteful meals.
11 What do they wear in Mexico? The people in Mexico wear the same clothes we wear every day, but they also have traditional outfits they wear during festivals and special events celebrating their country.
13 (Choose the level with one red pepper. It is the easiest.) Now that we are finished with our visit, let’s have a little fun and play a game. Click on the pepper below and have fun!(Choose the level with one red pepper. It is the easiest.)
14 Now let’s get out our Passports and draw something we learned about Mexico! Click on the flag for a great site to visit when you can come back to Mexico!
15 ChinaThe people in China are called Chinese and they speak Chinese, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Hakka. Click on the Chinese characters below to hear some words and phrases in Chinese:
16 Here are some pictures of kids who live in China:
17 People in China sometimes eat their food with chopsticks. After you click on the bowl, scroll down to see a video of a Chinese family eating with chopsticks:
18 What do they wear in China? People in China wear many of the same clothes we wear here in the United States; however, they have traditional clothing they wear for special events such as weddings. For more information on Chinese clothing, click on the little lady below!
19 What does China look like. Check out the map below What does China look like? Check out the map below! China is in the shape of a moose!
20 I hope you enjoyed your visit to China I hope you enjoyed your visit to China. Take out your Passport and draw a picture of something you learned about China.Click on the man below for a great website to visit when you can come back to China!
21 Our next adventure begins in Africa – let’s go!
22 Here are pictures of kids who live in Africa: Let’s see what life is like for students in Africa. Click on the link below:
23 Let’s have some fun in Africa Let’s have some fun in Africa! Click on the instrument below to play a thumb piano which is an instrument native to Africa.
24 What do they eat in Africa? Click on the picture above to find out!
25 What do they wear in Africa? Click on the man below to find out!
26 Time for those Passports Time for those Passports! Draw a picture of something you learned about Africa!!
27 Click on the flag below to find out what it’s like in India!
28 Here are some pictures of kids that live in India:
29 What do they eat in India? There are many types of Indian food. Indian food is often thought of as very spicy, but there are some simple breads, sweet deserts, and milder “one pot dishes” that are not.Indian food is often eaten with the hands; however, this custom is guided by some basic rules. For instance, it is considered impolite to allow the food to pass the first joint of the fingers. The fingers should never touch the mouth directly. In addition, only the right hand may be used in eating.Click on the food above for more information on Indian food and how they eat.
30 What do they wear in India? They mainly wear four different types of clothes in India:Sari Salwar Kameez Ghaghra Dhoti
31 What does India look like? Grab your Passport and draw a picture about something you learned while visiting India!Click on the map above for a great site to visit when you can come back to India!
32 Learning about different countries and cultures is fun Learning about different countries and cultures is fun! We all need to learn to be friends and live together in peace!After connecting to the link below, click on the word Video at the bottom of the page to watch a digital video on peace!Click on the peace sign for a great site to visit about Peace when you come back to visit!I hope you enjoyed your trip! Come back and feel free to look around some more during your next computer lab!!