Europe Bundle 2: An Introduction to the Art, Culture, Sights, and Food

Europe Bundle 2: An Introduction to the Art, Culture, Sights, and Food

This can be used to teach K-6th grades, Homeschool students.

Includes PDF and 89 pages

Europe Bundle #2 contains slideshows from Italy, Greece and England. Learn about the culture, food and languages of each country. The book contains 88 pages and gorgeous photos. The slideshows are easy to show to students from your computer. They can also be printed to make a book for use in research centers or to display to class. These slideshows are also used by many teachers to inspire parents at multicultural night.

These PDF downloads are in PDF format and cannot be edited as a PDF. You can however open the PDF files in TPT EASEL to add, delete or modify pages. For each slidehow, I’ve created an EASEL activity free for students. They can ask questions, mark or highlight points, and write what they learned. These activities are included in the downloaded.

This package includes:


The slideshow contains:

An interactive map of United Kingdom

Photos of the landscape

There are differences between the English language of the USA and England.

The most popular food items are fish and chips (or toad-in the-hole), tea, mincem meat pie, English morning, English muffin, and so on.

Is this where the “sandwich,” as it is called, comes from?

Sehens to behold: Big Ben, Buckingham Palace/ Queen of England and Westminster Abbey. Stonehenge

English-language books


Robin Hood

Henry Moore, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable, Barbara Hepworth

England: Inventions


The slideshow contains:

A map of Greece

Photos of the landscape

A few phrases to get you started and some basic information about the Greek alphabet

Most popular food


Greek Gods and Goddesses

Mount Olympus



“What’s a marathon?”




Art: architecture, columns, pottery, sculpture

The timeline for events


The slideshow contains:

A map of Italy

Photos of the landscape

Most popular food

Learn a few phrases in Italian

Differences between Rome, Florence and Pisa and the famous tourist spots

famous Renaissance artists: Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael Sanzio, and Leonardo da Vinci

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