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Uzbekistan Upside Down Calculator

To find the missing words in the sentences about Uzbekistan below, type the number shown on a calculator. Turn the calculator upside down to read the answer.

For example, in the sentence “Factories in Uzbekistan make 53045,” type “53045” on the calculator. Turn the calculator upside down to reveal the word “shoes.”

  1. The government seizes 537818 written in the Uzbek language.
  2. Ask God to 55378 Christians in Uzbekistan.
  3. A 4614 number of adults in Uzbekistan can read and write.
  4. The Aral Sea in Uzbekistan 53707water.
  5. Families in Uzbekistan raise chickens for their 5663.

Calculator Answers

1. Bibles; 2. Bless; 3. High; 4. Loses; 5. Eggs


Uzbek Coloring Pages

Coloring Page Coloring Page
Click each image to open a picture file.

Click the pictures to open a page you can print and color.


Iranian Date Snack

Cut open lengthwise about ½ pound of dates. Break walnut halves in half lengthwise and insert one walnut piece in each date and close the date. Arrange the dates on a shallow serving dish. Melt a stick of margarine and stir in a half cup of flour over low heat until smooth. Pour the mixture over the dates and let it set before serving.


Writing Letters

Leaders and officials in Iran often make things difficult for Christians in their country. Find the name of the current leaders of Iran in an almanac or other source. Pray for them. If an address is given in the source, you might want to write a polite letter to an Iranian leader saying that you are praying for him. Ask him to use his power to make sure that Iranian Christians are treated with respect.


The North Korean Alphabet and Some Words

Korean Alphabet
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“Chosongul” is the name of the Korean alphabet. It has 24 letters. Chosongul is a phonetic system of writing. Its symbols stand for sounds. To form words or syllables, letters are clustered together in groups.

For example, the Korean word for “school” is “hakkyo.” It is pronounced “HAHK-gyoh.”

Here is how the letters in “hakkyo” are written in Korean and how the entire word is written. Can you find the individual letters in the symbol for “hakkyo?”

Here is how to say two more things in Korean.

Thank you: kahm-SAHM-nee-dah

Church: KYOH-hay