• Danube River

    WELCOME TO THE DANUBE RIVERStripes

    Quick Facts: The Danube is Europe's second longest river, after the Volga. It is located in Central and Eastern Europe. The Danube was once a long-standing frontier of the Roman Empire, and today flows through 10 countries, more than any other river in the world. Since ancient times, the Danube has become a traditional trade route in Europe. The river is also an important source of energy and drinking water.


Activities

  • To complete each activity, read the directions and do the assigned task. Each time you complete an activity, check it off in your passport. Use the envelope you received with your passport to keep your notes or projects so that you can document your work.

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Danube River

  • Length: 1,770 mi
    Basin size: 309,447 sq mi
    Mouth: Danube Delta
    Cities: Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava, Belgrade, Linz, Regensburg
    Did you know: It is an international waterway, controlled by the Danube Commission.

  • Reading

    The easiest way to explore new places is to read about them! Collect information, make connections and travel further than you ever imagined.

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  • Math

    Math is everywhere – in the distance you run and the hours you spend sleeping. Learn about math, and things will start adding up.

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  • Music

    Music makes everything better. Harmony, melody, rhythm – together they express our emotions and even make us happy.

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  • Art

    People have been making and enjoying art for as long as people have been around. See what painting, drawing and photography have to offer.

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  • Social Studies

    Want to learn more about who we are, where we come from and where we’re going? The place to start your adventure is Social Studies.

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  • Science

    Observe, experiment, study. If you’re curious about the world and the way it works, put on your mental lab coat and let the discoveries begin.

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  • Movement

    Everything is moving, from a kite in the wind to the graceful motions of a ballet dancer. Get in sync and learn how to go with the flow.

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  • River Reading List

    Pick and read a book about the river. Be sure to check it off in your passport.

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