Welcome to Wednesday! I hope you’re doing well, we have a sunny and not-too-hot day here so the children are doing their school work outdoors before we go for a walk to the library. I’m loving this week’s theme as on Monday the children were learning about the Leaning Tower of Pisa and yesterday all about the Colosseum as they put together their Wonders Of The World Lap-Pack (Homeschool in the Woods – you’ll see our review in a couple of weeks). I just love it when things fall into place like this as it makes learning more fun and relevant. So sit back and check out these fun books about Italy for kids, and link up your posts on any family-friendly topics below.
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Books About Italy For Kids
I have provided links to these books for both my American and British readers (US links are the title and UK links are in the brackets). Enjoy!
- The Culture and Crafts of Italy (UK link here)
- How to Draw Italy’s Sights and Symbols (Kid’s Guide to Drawing the Countries of the World) (UK link here)
- Let’s Cook Italian, A Family Cookbook: Cuciniamo italiano, Un ricettario di famiglia (UK link here)
- Kids’ Travel Guide – Italy & Rome: The fun way to discover Italy & Rome-especially for kids (UK link here)
- Living in . . . Italy (UK link here)
- Florence, Italy: Birthplace of the Renaissance | Children’s Renaissance History (UK link here)
- Who Was Leonardo da Vinci? (UK link here)
- Who Was Galileo? (UK link here)
- Verdi for Kids: His Life and Music with 21 Activities (UK link here)