Swedish Culture and Language

Swedish Traditions

Swedish Traditions – Swedish culture for kids  On December 24th at 3 p.m. of every year, it is a tradition for the Swedish to watch “Donald Duck and his Friends Wish You a Merry Christmas,” or “Kalle Anka och hans vänner önskar en god jul.” June 6, 1916 began the first celebration of Swedish Flag …

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Swedish Clothing

Swedish Clothing, fashion Modern fashion has taken a toll on culture internationally, and Sweden is no exception. Hennes and Mauritiz, also known as H&M is headquartered in Sweden for example. Yet, something that stands out in Sweden from everywhere else is that it is not uncommon the least bit to see a Swedish civilian wearing …

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Swedish food

Swedish food  – Most Common Swedish Dishes Potatoes are the main side to nearly every Swedish meal year round. Pancakes, soups, casseroles, and even whole buttered or sugared potatoes can be found on the plate in any Swedish home. As the main dish, one may also find kalops, or meat stew with onions, vegetables, and …

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Swedish language for children

Swedish is the most widely spoken Scandinavian language. About 10 million people speak Swedish today! Ombudsman and walgreen are Swedish originated loan words. Alfred Nobel, Ingrid Bergman, Greta Garbo, Bjorn Borg and ABBA spoke Swedish Sweden is home to Ikea, Electrolux, H&M, TetraPak and Astra Zeneca

How to teach kids Swedish – Learning Swedish for children – Bilingual Swedish kids

Motivation Motivation Motivation It’s extremely important that kids have motivation to learn Swedish. How to increase their motivation is not as difficult as you might think.You can simply do the following -Rewards Offer them rewards for learning extra words or phrases (e.g. , a chocolate bar from Sweden, a trip to a Swedish restaurant, or his/her …

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