Wednesday, February 3, 2016

International Fair




I am exhausted from traveling to Denmark and South Korea in the same week!

Let's share our new learning from both counties!

Also, please share your reflections from each country. What was your favorite thing to do, to see or the hear? Did anything surprise you? Did anything amaze you?


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    1. Its so cool that they created legos.

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  3. I learned from South Korea and Denmark that they are both small but fun because they have fun traditions. And they have good food. And it is very pretty there. It is fun and If I could go I defently go.

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  4. I learned that in South Korea they eat octopus legs. And that they like their guests to eat all they are served. I learned that in Denmark they used to have vikings there. I also learned that it is a happy country.

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  5. In Denmark I enjoyed trying to get the biscuits and the book guessing game. In South Korea I enjoyed the street with all the music and the part were we got to hang the wishes an the lanterns. And I learned that they are very different.

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  6. I learned in Denmark that the vikings used their five senses to know where the land. The vikings also found the US before Columbus. In South Korea I learned that the air conditioning is on the ground. I also learned that some people would play video games for 16 hours! I loved International Fair I can't wait for next year!!!

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  7. In Denmark I learned that the people of Denmark did not use cars. They used bikes. in fact they have a bike highway.In South Korea I learned that the children there have school for seven hours like us. Then after school they go to a place to study like school for seven hours. Isn't that cool! My favorite thing to do in Denmark was to eat the buns wall they were on a stick and you had to put your hands behind your back. My favorite thing in South Korea is when you tried the food. Over all I loved both. :)

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  8. I learned that Denmark Invented Legos and a famous dane invented the little mermaid. I also Learned that south Korea invented gangnam style ands tyke won do. I love both South Korea and Denmark so much

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  9. I learned from Denmark and South Korea that the money in South Korea is Won and for Denmark it is called krone. One of my favorite activities from Denmark is that I got to create lego creations and the second one is eating the hanging buns on the stick. In South Korea the best thing I got to do was to play the games on the iPad. I can't believe that some people to play on games for a job in South Korea!?

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  10. I learned that in South Korea 1000 dollars is wreath nothing and 5000 dollars is wreath 1 dollar! In Denmark I learned that instead of cars they use bikes! And there is a whole rode for bikes! I loved the buns in Denmark! I also loved the Korean pear in South Korea! Over all I liked them both!:)

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  11. n Denmark I liked when I was declared the bun queen because i was the first person to bite the bun off of the string. I learned that in Denmark there are highways for bikes. I learned that the vikings made it to America before Columbus did. In South Korea, i liked when we did the karate. I learned that people take their shoes off in their houses and that they sit on the floor. The oldest person gets to eat first. I love International Fair, I can't wait until next year.

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  12. I learned that people in South Korea ate on the floor. They also ate seaweed. The people in Denmark celebrated the change from winter to spring.

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  13. This is what I learned about Denmark. I learned that Denmark created Legos. And I learned that vikings started in Denmark. And that if you live in Denmark you would have to bikes Instead of cars. That's what I learned about Denmark now it is South Korea's turn. I learned that Tae Keon do started in South Korea. And 5,000 dollars in South Korea = 1 dollar in U.S.A. And that is what I learned South Korea and Denmark!

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  14. I love travelling! To see new places, learn about different cultures and traditions is very interesting and fun! Our trip to Denmark was amazing! I learned how Lego was invented and built a lego ship. Vikings stories about their everyday life were exciting. They described how they attacked villages, designed their ships for speed and many other things. The South Korea trip was really good. I loved to break boards in Taekwondo. I wrote my wish and hung it on a lantern during a special ceremony. I hope my wish will come true!

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  15. I learned about Denmark. They ride bikes in Denmark and made a hiway just for bikes. They sing a Denmark song for a celebration and they also hang a biskit on a stick and try to eat it without using their hands. They made legos in Denmark and the 1st legoland was built in Denmark. That is all I know about Denmark. I know in South Korea that they do the Gangman Style. In South Korea the kids wear the same clothes as we do but for special times, they wear this fancy South Korean shirt. In South Korea they write their wishes and attach them to a lantern and release the lanterns in the sky.

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  16. I like Denmark the best. I am surprised that in Denmark they do something that is like limbo but with biscuits on a string. And Denmark has the first Legoland and the first Lego was made out of wood. I liked South Korea because I think the best part was the karate because I don't do karate and I think that helps me. South Korea is also pretty cool because they put rice in their drinks sometimes and that is something new. I think Denmark is also pretty cool because they discovered the US 500 years before Columbus.

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  17. I was surprised in Denmark that we got to put our lego creations on the 400 Island. I was also surprised that their lego pieces were so cool. I bet they borrowed them from Niko. Not to brag Lily and I were the only ones to finish it. Ava said she was just saving it for later. I was also surprised that the candy in South Korea was so good and that their was a GangMan style game. Who knew?

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  18. In Denmark I learned that they created legos. And in South Korea, 1 dollar is like 50000 strips. And in Denmark when it is halloween if they don't get their biscuit then they will play a prank on them. And they get biscuits on a limbo and they eat it all easily and in South Korea happy sacks are really hard. And South Korea: they play on there electronics for 15 hours and in some schools they go to school all day. The countries are both small but really cool.

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  19. I learned that Denmark invited legos and The Little mermaid. I liked the food from South Korea it tasted good. South Korea was cool I liked playing heads up.

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