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Daily Life:This picture shows a typical classroom in Finland. Finland has one of the best school school systems in the world. Kids must attend school at the age of 6. After 9th grade, kids can go to a high school or a school that helps them with their job.

Daily Life:This picture shows a typical classroom in Finland. Finland has one of the best school school systems in the world. Kids must attend school at the age of After grade, kids can go to a high school or a school that helps them with their job.

Elias Lonnrot collected century old songs and poems and made them into a book in 1835. In 1800s Ludvig Runeberg wrote a poem called Vart land that became the Finland's national anthem.

Elias Lonnrot collected century old songs and poems and made them into a book in In Ludvig Runeberg wrote a poem called Vart land that became the Finland's national anthem.

Daily Life:In Finland the food is from many cultures like Russia and France. Some popular food in Finland are Potatoes,cheeses, and smorgasboarg. A smorgasboarg is a variety of hot and cold meats salads and more.

Daily Life:In Finland the food is from many cultures like Russia and France. Some popular food in Finland are Potatoes,cheeses, and smorgasboarg. A smorgasboarg is a variety of hot and cold meats salads and more.

Government:This is the leader of Finland Sauli Niinistö. In Finland, the president can serve for 6 years. Unlike America, the president can be re elected any number of times. The prime minister's name is Juha Sipilä who is the head of government.

Government:This is the leader of Finland Sauli Niinistö. In Finland, the president can serve for 6 years. Unlike America, the president can be re elected any number of times. The prime minister's name is Juha Sipilä who is the head of government.

Economy:In finland the unemployment rate is high. In 2008 the country was in debt but began recovering in 2010. The country relies on imports from raw material and energy. Some of its exports are electrical   equipment,machinery,transport equipment,paper, and chemicals.

Economy:In finland the unemployment rate is high. In 2008 the country was in debt but began recovering in 2010. The country relies on imports from raw material and energy. Some of its exports are electrical equipment,machinery,transport equipment,paper, and chemicals.

Where is your assigned country? The five closest countries to Burkina Faso are Togo, Ghana, Benin, Mali, and Ivory Coast. These countries are from 297 to 422 miles away from Burkina Faso.

Religion:The holidays in Finland are similar to some of the ones we have here. Their holidays include Christmas, Easter and their own holiday where they go sledding 7 weeks prior to Easter and drink hot chocolate with pastries.

Religion:The holidays in Finland are similar to some of the ones we have here. Their holidays include Christmas, Easter and their own holiday where they go sledding 7 weeks prior to Easter and drink hot chocolate with pastries.

History:This captain shows how finland looked like in about 8000-9000 b.c. Back then, it was nothing like it was today but other  ancient tribes still lived in that area. It was still part of sweden until 1919.

History:This captain shows how finland looked like in about b. Back then, it was nothing like it was today but other ancient tribes still lived in that area. It was still part of sweden until

Student choice 2:Language:89% of people in Finland speak finnish. Two of the national languages are finnish and swedish. Kids learn Swedish in finland and kids learn Finnish in Sweden. The Finnish language contains many vowels so the language is usually hard to learn.

Student choice of people in Finland speak finnish. Two of the national languages are finnish and swedish. Kids learn Swedish in finland and kids learn Finnish in Sweden. The Finnish language contains many vowels so the language is usually hard to learn.

Student Choice 1:Geography:Finland is known for it’s scenery as you can see in the image above.  There are more than 187,000 lakes in Finland and three quarters of the land is forests. The terrain is normals flat but there are occasional hills. In the winter, you can see the aurora borealis in the long and cold winters.

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Arts: In Finland one popular thing is opera. The national instrument in Finland is the kantele where you pluck strings on the instrument to play. The instrument is used to play many folk songs as it is popular.

A kantele in Finnish or harpu in Sami, is a traditional plucked string instrument of the zither family native to Finland and Karelia. The kantele has a distinctive bell-like sound.

Religion:The picture above shows the Evangelical  Lutheran church. 78% of the people in Finland are Lutheran and belong to the church. 19% of the people don’t belong to a religion.

Religion:The picture above shows the Evangelical Lutheran church. of the people in Finland are Lutheran and belong to the church. of the people don’t belong to a religion.

Economy:Finland makes more paper than almost any country in the world. The picture above shows there new currency Euros. They used to use markka before they changed to Euros in 2002.

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Government:This is a picture of the old Finnish constitution that made Finland it's own country that went into effect in 1919. They made a new constitution in 2000 that gives everyone the freedom of speech,religion and equality.

Government:This is a picture of the old Finnish constitution that made Finland it's own country that went into effect in They made a new constitution in 2000 that gives everyone the freedom of speech,religion and equality.