Author name: Frances

Frances Díaz Evans is a Latina Author, Educator, Multicultural and Language Advocate. She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of the East in Puerto Rico and a master's degree in Spanish education from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. She is the founder and writer of the multicultural, bilingual parenting website, Discovering the World Through My Son's Eyes and Discovering Español (Discovering Spanish), a business dedicated to teaching Spanish online. She can be found musing on her blog, Facebook and her favorite social media platform Instagram.

Mister G Presents Mundo Verde Bilingual Children’s Music

Mister G has a very special place in our home.  We’ve been listening to Mr. G’s music for quite some time now, and we own ABC Fiesta and Los Animales CD’s.   I was ecstatic when I had this chance to review his latest Mundo Verde Bilingual Children’s Music album! Disclosure: I received an electronic download […]

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Taino Indians

10 Fun Facts about the Taino Indians

Update:  This post was originally published on November 24, 2017, and updated on April 22, 2021, due to a 2018 finding that the Taíno indigenous are not extinct.  A recent DNA study determined that the Taínos assimilated but were never completely gone. You can read more about it here, and here.  You can also read

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10 fun facts about Puerto Rico | MulticulturalKidBlogs.com

10 Fun Facts About Puerto Rico

All righty! Who hasn’t heard the song Despacito by Puerto Rican artists Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee? I bet you have!  It’s been a worldwide mega hit that has put my little island on the map. With that being said, I’m pretty excited to share with you 10 fun facts about Puerto Rico. When you

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Read Around The World Summer Reading Series

I can’t believe that our Read Around The World Summer Reading Series has come to an end, but as I look back I see a huge resource of multicultural books for children, teens, and young adults. Here at Multicultural Kid Blogs we are eternally grateful to our multicultural bloggers (and friends) from around the world who

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