The beginning of a New Year is a time to look back and reflect, to take stock before moving forward. Here at MKB we are proud of how far we have come in the past year in our quest to support and provide resources for families and educators raising little world citizens. Here is a look back at some of our top multicultural posts from this past year. We look forward to continuing to work with you in 2016 to raise the next generation of global movers and shakers.
Top Multicultural Posts of 2015: Reader Favorites
While the majority of our readers are based in the United States, an increasing number are from other countries around the world, including large readerships in UK, Canada, Australia, India, Germany, Russia, Spain, the Netherlands, France, and Japan. Here is a look at the top posts from our readers in each country as well as others.
Our overall top post of the year was also the top post for our readers in Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and Australia:
25 Resources for Teaching Kids about Diversity
Holidays were also popular. Readers in US and Mexico loved Day of the Dead Facts in English and Spanish,
while readers in UK and Thailand were reading Holi Crafts and Activities for Kids.
A favorite in the Saudi Arabia, UAE, Pakistan, and Kuwait was Hajj and Eid ul Adha for Kids,
and in Israel readers loved Passover for Kids.
Multilingualism continues to be an interest. In Belgium readers appreciated Bilingual School Models,
while Multilingual Printables: Fruits and Vegetables was popular in Venezuela and Russia
Parenting and marriage were also top posts, such as 10 Must Read Parenting Books for Raising Multicultural Kids, which readers in Japan loved.
Readers in Brazil appreciated Becoming a Third Culture Kid: Letter to My Daughter,
while Singapore readers loved Why Multicultural Marriage Is Awesome.
German readers enjoyed Raising a Green Baby, German Style,
readers in France loved Mothers and Daughters Across the World,
and the top post in Netherlands and Italy was The Syrian Crisis: Practical Ways to Help.
Outdoor Activities in Different Countries was the favorite in many countries,
including India, Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Jamaica, Turkey, Vietnam, and Philippines.
Readers in Spain loved our Read Around the World Summer Reading Series,
while readers in Zambia enjoyed our Faith Around the World Celebration.
What was your favorite post from 2015? What are you hoping to read about in 2016?
We are excited to be taking part in a blog hop that is showcasing the very best craft, education, and parenting posts from 2015. See them all on our group Pinterest board or in the linkys below:
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