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Oberammergau is a small town in the Alps where the buildings are painted with scenes.

www.galenfrysinger.com

german culture
German Culture
  • Music festivals are very popular. The biggest festival is the Oktoberfest held in Munich. This festival lasts for 16 days. People come from all over the world to see the parades with costumes and to eat German food. The Oktoberfest is like our biggest fairs with lots of booths to buy things and exciting carnival rides.

www.destination360.com/europe/germany/oktoberfest-2.php

what germans like to eat
What Germans Like to Eat

www.marions-kochbuch.com/ food-pic/bratwurst-w..

www.istockphoto.com

bratwurst and sauerkraut

potato fritters

For more German recipes go to

www.globalgourmet.com/destinations/germany/

learn to speak german
Learn to speak German
  • Guten tag!Hello! - Hi!
  • Guten Morgen! Good morning!
  • Guten Abend!Good evening!
  • Gute Nacht!Good night!
  • Wie geht es Ihnen?How are you
  • Danke, gut.Fine, thanks.
learn more about germany by visiting these websites
Learn More About Germany by Visiting These Websites
  • Galen Frysinger Travels to Germany

www.galenfrysinger.com/germany.htm

  • Spotlight on Germany

www.spotlightgermany.com/links/multimedia/photogallery.htm

  • Germany

http://www.kidskonnect.com/Germany/GermanyHome.html

  • Germany Geography

www.kidport.com/RefLib/WorldGeography/Germany/Germany.htm

  • Travel for Kids

www.travelforkids.com/Funtodo/Germany/germany.htm

  • Germany for Kids

http://www.germany.info/relaunch/culture/life/G_Kids/@school.htm

  • Time for Kids – Germany

www.timeforkids.com/TFK/teachers/aw/ns/main/0,28132,1147387,00.html

  • KidsClick – Germany

www.kidsclick.org/cgi-bin/searchkids.pl?keywords=Germany&search.x=0&search.y=0&searchtype=all

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Books to Read

Germany ABCs: A Book About the People and Places of Germany.

Sarah Heiman. Picture Window Books. 2003.

Germany (Where We Live). Donna Bailey. Steck-Vaughn Company. 1992.

Country Topics for Craft Projects. Germany, Things to Make, Activities, Facts.

Ting and Neil Morris and Rachel Wright. 1993. Franklin Watts

Germany: A Portrait of the Country Through Its Festivals and Traditions. Grolier. 1999.

  • Photo Credits

www.galenfrysinger.com

www.google.com/ images

www.destination360.com

L. Brosch, IES curriculum grant writer

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