Download our free multilingual printables on the subject of water!
As a blogger community, Multicultural Kid Blogs tries to show as many facets of the world as possible. Some topics are aimed for you to have fun with your family and friends (crafts ideas for example). Others are more “serious” and talk about critical issues in history (like for Martin Luther King’s Day or Black History Month) or people and specific cultures (Native American Heritage Month; Women’s History Month…), or are centered around cultural and religious celebrations (Diwali, Easter, Day of the Dead, Hajj, Christmas, Jewish High Holidays, etc).
Of course, the bloggers in our community also like to write about subjects that we could call “scholarly”. We have worked on MKB – or on our individual blogs – on printables, lessons plan, materials for lessons and so much more. Geography, learning to write or read, mathematics, biology, music, food, art, are among what we think a child should have the possibility to learn about.
Today, we are very proud to present you these free multilingual printables, showing different aspects of the element WATER. In more than 15 languages! You may use them at home, in your class or during an activity. Depending on the age, children can guess the words (see the blank template at the end of the post), colour, group the words into the three states of water (solid, liquid, gas), etc. Have fun while learning!
Water: Multilingual Printables
In English [La Cité des Vents]:
In Russian [Raising a Trilingual Child]:
In Ukrainian [Bilingual Kids Rock!]:
In Portuguese [By Catarina]:
In Finnish [Multilingual Parenting]:
In Swedish [Multilingual Parenting]:
In Dutch [Finding Dutchland]:
In Italian [Ute’s Expat Lounge]
In Croatian [Chasing the Donkey]:
In Spanish [Hispanic Mama]:
In Latvian [Let the journey begin]:
In Polish [Milk, Crafts, and Honesty]:
In German [La Cité des Vents]:
In French [La Cité des Vents]:
In Urdu [Words’n Needles]:
In Hindi [Words’n Needles]:
In Arabic [Words’n Needles]:
In Chinese [Miss Panda Chinese]:
In Indonesian [Living Ideas]:
And here the template without the words, so that your students / children can write them down by themselves.
Please, respect the work of the blogger who did the translation by keeping the watermark on the sheet, as much as the work of the artist/blogger who made the drawings by not altering it – Floriane SD, author writing for many blogs, but you can find her here.
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