We asked our MKB members from around the world what spring looks like where they live. From China to Costa Rica, these pictures were taken this week, showing us the different sides of spring.
Top row: Chicago, USA – Aimee of Raising World Citizens; Derby, UK – Rita of Multilingual Parenting; Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica – Leanna of All Done MonkeyWhat does spring look like in your part of the world? We’d love to see your photos! Share them on our Facebook page. by
Second row: Les Cabannes, France – Becky of La Famille Brown; Washington, USA – Amanda of Miss Panda Chinese; London, UK – Judith of Little Billingues
Third row: Milan, Italy – Galina of Trilingual Children; Borough of Carrickfergus, Ireland – Crystal of Crystals Tiny Treasures; Boston, USA – Giselle of Kids Yoga Stories; Fourth row: Earltown, Canada – Marie of Marie’s Pastiche; Florida, USA – Amanda of The Educator’s Spin On It; Zhuhai, China – Varya of Creative World of Varya; Fifth row: Seattle, USA – Thereza of Howling Yoga Books; Bangor, Wales – Jonathan of Dads The Way I Like It; Keukenhof, Netherlands – Olga of Olga Mecking
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Marie-Claude is parent of two teen girls. Over the years, they have immersed themselves virtually in various cultures. This year they have been exploring the cultures of West Africa, which is being chronicled on her blog at www.mariespastiche.blogspot.com.
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Becky Brown says
Can’t believe some people still have snow! Spring for us has always been about blossom on trees, longer warmer days, and more time outside. Great pictures and a lovely insight into Spring around the world!
Crystal @ Crystal's Tiny Treasures says
Great to see some snow around in the USA, we haven’t even had a flake of it this year where we are-much to the kids’ disappointment!
These photos are stunning! In Zambia we are moving out of our wet season and into our winter.