Author name: Leanna

Leanna is a stay at home mother to three sweet, funny, rambunctious children. She draws inspiration from the Writings of the Bahá'í Faith and tries to raise her children in a fun, spiritual, loving environment. She and her husband, who is from Costa Rica, are raising their children to be bilingual and bicultural but more importantly to be "world citizens." Leanna blogs at All Done Monkey and is the founder of Multicultural Kid Blogs.

Celebrate Christmas Around the World Printable Pack from Multicultural Kid Blogs

Christmas Around the World Activity Pack

Looking for fun educational activities to do with your students this season? Check out our printable Christmas Around the World Activity Pack! It introduces students to Christmas celebrations and traditions in six countries from around the globe. It is a great way to teach kids about other cultures as they get ready for the holidays.

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MKB co-host Multicultural Children's Book Day

Celebrate Diverse Books with Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2022!

Get ready to party with Multicultural Children’s Book Day! On the last Friday of every January, parents, caregivers, educators, authors, illustrators, and publishers come together for to promote and celebrate diverse books and help get them into the hands of children. Read on for details of how you can get involved! Multicultural Children’s Book Day

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Support Diverse Books! Be a Book Reviewer and #ReadYourWorld

Support Diverse Books: #ReadYourWorld

Support diverse books with Multicultural Children’s Book Day! Sign up to be a book reviewer for this highly anticipated annual event. All in all, it’s an easy, fun way to promote diverse children’s literature. January 28, 2022, marks the ninth year of this fantastic worldwide event. Find all the details below! Support Diverse Books: #ReadYourWorld

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Resources to teach children about social justice

Racial Justice: Resources for Teaching Children

Our conversations are centering more and more on the topic of racial justice, and families and educators are trying to help their children understand current events. In many cases, this task requires soul-searching about how little we had been talking to children about race and racial justice previously. To help in this process, we have

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