Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall’s inspiration from a museum exhibit leads to papercutting activities for Barneblad readers of all ages.
In this month’s Barneblad, you can color your mood along with Edvard Munch’s “The Scream.”
Meet Marte Ekhougen, aka Doctor
Superhelga, and learn about her online children’s workshops on how to build
puppet trolls for Scandinavia House.
This issue’s Barneblad explores the life of the Norse explorer Leif Erikson, known as Leif the Lucky for his good fortune in discovering North America.
Relive your favorite troll memories or create new ones with the little ones in your life with the month’s Barneblad feature on trolls.
This month’s Barneblad is a special feature on language. How many of these Swedish and Norwegian words can you figure out the English meaning for?
The traditional sekkeløp, a potato sack race, is one of the most popular activities for children on Syttende Mai, and one you can easily do at home.
With just an empty milk carton and a few other tools from around your house, build your very own sailboat while singing along to “Ro, ro, ro din båt”!
Celebrate Easter with your little ones with two fun festive activities: making Påskekyllinger (Easter Chicks) and coloring Nordic-themed Easter eggs!
Bring some winter joy to your home with this month’s Barneblad: indoor snowmen! Lori Ann Reinhall shares her ideas of how to make these snowy friends.