Educational Resources for Epcot’s Norway Pavilion

The Norway pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase is a favorite for many guests. The Frozen Ever After attraction and the Anna and Elsa meet and greet have made it a must-do for families with young children. But there is so much more to this pavilion and there are plenty of Disney educational resources for you and your child. If your child would like to learn more, here are some simple educational resources for Epcot’s Norway pavilion.

Educational Resources for Epcot's Norway Pavilion

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Educational Resources for Epcot’s Norway Pavilion

Educational Resources for Epcot's Norway Pavilion

The Norway pavilion was the last country added to World Showcase in 1988. Like the other pavilions, it is mixture of architecture from the country. A replica of a traditional Stave Church currently features an exhibit devoted to Norwegian culture and Norse mythology.

Crafts and Activities to Learn About Norway

With a few materials from home and instructions from Kids Activities Blog, your child can make their own Viking shield.

Homeschool Creations has free Norway geography printables so older children can learn more about the country.

Your child can learn all about St. Lucia’s Day and how it’s celebrated from Sweet Sensations.

This Norway paper quilt craft from DLTK Kids is fun and easy to make.

Books About Norway

National Geographic Kids Everything Vikings by Nadia Higgins is a colorful introduction to Vikings for children.

Viking: Discover the Story of the Vikings Their Ships, Weapons, Legends, and Saga of War from DK Eyewitness Books by Susan Margeson is loaded with superb color photographs of Viking ships and swords, clothes and shields, memorial stones and beautiful brooches.

Norway by Deborah Kopka is filled with tons of photos and lots of information about the country.

From Vikings to Modern Living: Geography of Norway by Baby Professor is a great look at the history and culture of Norway.

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