Long-term International Travel and Families

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Is long-term international travel a viable option for families?   This is a question I have been asking myself for over a year now.  As internationally minded bloggers and blog readers I figure you may have asked yourself the same question.  And, if not, maybe it’s an idea you would be interested in considering.  Just what should we consider when […]

Summer Recipes for a Multicultural Family


Summer is a time for light meals: cold soups, lemonades, ice tea, salads. Today I will share what we cook in our Spanish-Russian family living in the US during summer months. These summer recipes are easy, quick in preparation and quite filling. Spain On our summer menu, we have a cold Spanish soup salmorejo. It […]

Islamic Daily Salat (Prayer) Chart Tutorial

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During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims around the world fast from dawn until sunset. This means no food or drinks, among other things. It also includes an increase of salat (the Arabic word for prayer) and recitation of the Quran, the Islamic holy book. There are five different prayers, each with its own name, time and number of […]

Fathers and Sons Across the World

A smile goes a long way, indeed, with these two!

Last Sunday, Father’s Day was celebrated in many countries all over the world. Here are some fabulous pictures of fathers and sons from our bloggers to celebrate the miracle, wonder and joy of fatherhood. Olga from European Mama   Frances from Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes   Varya from Creative World Of Varya   […]

Arabic Calligraphy Inspired Art

arabic calligraphy art ramadan for kids

As part of the Ramadan for Kids series, here on the Multicultural Kids Blog, I am sharing Arabic Calligraphy inspired art that can be used to make bookmarks, greeting cards or even as stand alone pieces of art by kids. We are half way through Ramadan already and most Muslim families will be gearing up for […]