Ukraine #1 (Elementary Level)
ID # 5463
Our Ukraine #1 kit is filled with interesting items that are perfect for teaching elementary school students about Ukraine! These items include a traditional flower crown, hair accessories, and a sample of Ukrainian embroidery. There are also Ukrainian alphabet books, textbooks, colorful maps, folk tales, prints, photos and postcards. Many items such as pens, dolls, wooden eggs, whistles, and other decorative household objects feature the beautiful Ukrainian artistic styles ingrained in the country’s culture. Check out this kit and explore Ukraine!
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Maryna Kapustina is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Cell Biology and Physiology, UNC School of Medicine. She earned her M.Sc. in Physics and PhD in Biophysics in Ukraine and came to work in UNC CH in 2003. Although North Carolina became her new home she keeps close ties with Ukraine, often travelling to Kiev to visit her friends and relatives. She is an active member of the Ukrainian Association of North Carolina.