Salzburg is world-famous as the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for The Sound of Music. Its name means "salt fortress" because of the salt quarried from its salt mines deep below the mountains it is nestled in. This infinitely-folding origami riddle card unfolds to introduce your students to this Alpine landmark. (German version of card is also available.)
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To create these templates you just need:
• a color printer
• scissors, paper cutter or exacto knife and sharp edge
• hot glue gun or stapler
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All projects are aligned to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). See preview file for lesson overview and standards alignment.
Keywords: origami, Bavaria, salt, salz, mining, Mozart, Sound of Music, Julie Andrews.