Poland | Ideas for Thinking Day*
Troop 2990 learned about Poland.
Although polka music did not originate in Poland it is still very common there. Polish food is typically hearty with the main meal being served about 2pm or later. MakingFriends®.com has ideas and products to help make your celebration a success.
Fun Fact: Although famous physicist, chemist and Nobel laureate Marie Curie lived much of her life in France she was born and raised in Poland.
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Palant is a sport that began in Poland that is very similar to baseball. Like much of Europe, football (we call it soccer) is very popular in Poland. Other popular sports there is Speedway (a motorcycle sport), volleyball ice hockey and weight lifting.
Traditional Polish folk costumes, sometimes worn for special occasions, are brightly colored and decorated with embroidery.
Your girls may be familiar with some Polish dishes such as kielbasa and pierogi (Polish dumplings) but they will also want to learn about bigos (hunters stew) and some popular desserts such as paczki (Polish donuts), sernik (cheesecake) and makowiec (poppy-seed cake).
Additional ideas can also be found in European Countries / Thinking Day* Ideas.
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