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Low Countries

 

Across the English Channel and above France sit the Low Countries — Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. These countries are flat and most of their land lies below sea level.

Simple Science for Kids All About the Low Countries - the Low Countries Seen from Space

Simple Science for Kids All About the Low Countries – the Low Countries Seen from Space

The three countries work together. Since 1948, they’ve cooperated by allowing goods and trade to flow freely between the countries. The Low Countries are the most populated countries in Europe.

Fun Facts About the Low Countries for Kids

  • Farming, coal mining and lacemaking are traditional industries. Modern manufacturing, shipping and technology are replacing these industries.
  • The Netherlands is also known as Holland.
  • The tiny country of Luxembourg has the highest standard of living in Europe.
  • Belgium gained independence from Holland in 1830.
Fun Kids Science Facts on the Low Countries - a Map of the Low Countries

Fun Kids Science Facts on the Low Countries – a Map of the Low Countries

The Low Countries Vocabulary

  1. Sea level: the level of the sea
  2. Cooperate: work together to meet common goals
  3. Trade: business

All About the Low Countries Video for Kids

Watch this awesome Low Countries video for kids to learn more about the low countries:

The Low Countries Q&A

Question: How do people in the Low Countries travel?

Answer: Many people travel by train or bike. The land is so flat that riding a bike is very easy.

 

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