Celebrate the Sami National Day on 6 February. The Sami are Europe's only indigenous people

rakel booberg
Celebrate the Sami National Day on 6 February. The Sami are Europe's only indigenous people

Lesson plan: View pictures on the smartboard. Put up the pictures to reinforce the words like kolt, yoik and kåta. Listen to the yoke and talk about the feelings it evokes in the students. Show the flag and tell us about the meaning of the colors. Show the colt and talk about the colors of the colt being found in the flag. Finish by handing out the figures and the flag so the students can color.

Celebrate the Sami National Day on 6 February.
The Sami are Europe's only indigenous people

The Sami are one of the world's indigenous peoples and are a national minority in Sweden.

There are between 20,000 - 30,000 Sami living in Sweden.

The reindeer is an important animal for the Sami and 10% of the Sami work with cleaning.

Some Sami work with tourism, handicrafts, art and music.

The Sami have their own costume called kolt.

It has strong blue, red, yellow and green colors.

The appearance of the kolt varies between different areas and families. It shows who you are and where you come from.

The colt is mostly worn on festive occasions and holidays.

The sami flag.

Listen to sami jojk. Follow the link below.

Jon Henrik Fjällgren - Daniel's Jojk - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com › watch

Finally. Have students color the Sami and their flag. Put it up on the wall.

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Celebrate the Sami National Day on 6 February. The Sami are Europe's only indigenous people
February 15, 2021
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