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Italian Short Stories for Beginners - Learn Italian With Stories [Learn Italian Audiobook]
Kids’ Books Set in Italy
To make the most out of any trip with kids you need to prepare them by letting them become familiar with what they will see and experience. Have them use critical thinking skills and discuss questions like: What will be the same as the way we do things at home? What will be different? Some people go on a trip, come home, look at the photos and think…. Which church was that?? Another church? We want children to remember, internalize, and make these experiences part of their core being!
While I was planning my trip to Italy I visited my local library to see what picture books I could find to introduce Italy to my children. It turns out there are quite a lot of good English picture books about Italy. Rome :. Venice :. Florence and Tuscany :. Milan :.
She is a freelance writer, Early Childhood Educator and Mama to twin preschoolers. She currently lives in Mississippi where she enjoys spending time in the sun, reading good books, and traveling with her family. You can read more by Erin at Bambini Travel. Our three year old twins are fascinated by geography right now, likely inspired by our Little Passports monthly packages, and I have been looking for ways to expand their enthusiasm. The booklist below was built to compliment this post and an exploration of these three fascinating countries.
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Want to learn about Italy with your kids without a family vacation to the Mediterranean? Why not open a good book instead and start exploring Italy that way? Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. Not only does this book present the opportunity to discuss Italy during Renaissance times, it also tells a beautiful story about serving God with our gifts. Fair warning, you may want to have some Kleenex on hand when you read it. This books transports readers to ancient Pompeii on the very day of the the catastrophic volcano eruption. Want to do some sight-seeing in Rome with some familiar faces?
I am so excited and also getting really nervous: how on earth am I going to pack for 4 kids for a month? Have I planned enough? Have I planned too much?! Where are the passports?? Back to being excited… I am most excited because the kids are a lot more excited than I thought they would be. I started to teach the girls Italian and to my surprise, they were learning the language faster than I could teach, so they started Italian school.