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Travel with me through Indonesia!  The sights and sounds are different and very unique.  Indonesia is a fascinating country to study because there are several different cultures within the one country.  This post will be a great starting place for your country study, but nothing replaces a good book.  You can find a great kids resource list here.

Indonesia

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Where is Indonesia Located?

Indonesia is a chain of islands called an archipelago.  It is located right on the equator between Southeast Asia and Australia.  It is made up of over 17,500 islands!

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Endangered Animals in Indonesia

Indonesia has the greatest number of endangered species of animals.  Here are a few of them.

Sumatran Tiger
Palm Cockatoo
Javan Rhino

CLICK HERE for a Free Indonesia Mini-Unit Study.

Click the picture below for a book list of Indonesia resources to use for a more in-depth study!  

Religions of Indonesia

Over 85 % of Indonesians are Muslim, but there are 6 recognized religions including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Catholicism, & Confucianism.  The island of Bali is predominantly Hindu and the island of Papua is mostly protestant.  

People of Indonesia

The islands of Indonesia are populated with over 240 million people!  This makes it the 4th most populous country in the world.  There are more than 300 different people groups who all have different cultures and languages!  Indonesian is the main language of the country.

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CLICK HERE for a Free Indonesia Mini-Unit Study.

Click the picture below for a book list of Indonesia resources to use for a more in-depth study!  

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2 thoughts on “Travel Through Indonesia”

  1. When I clicked for a complete list of resources for an in-depth study of Indonesia it just took me to the Amazon site.

    1. The picture/link in the post with the in-depth resources is an Amazon Booklist for great book ideas. You can find the link for the Free Mini-Unit just above the picture! Enjoy!

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