Author name: Jenny B

Jennifer raised her three children speaking English and Spanish, and she has been teaching Spanish to other young world citizens for over twenty years. On her blog Spanish Playground, she shares resources for parents and teachers of Spanish language learners.

Multicultural summer reading is an opportunity to learn about other cultures and countries.

Multicultural Summer Reading for Kids

For multicultural families and parents working to raise global citizens, summer reading is an opportunity for kids to expand their horizons and understand their roots. Children explore places, cultures and history through books. They gain new perspective and strengthen language skills with multicultural summer reading. If you live in the southern hemisphere, you are heading into

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Classroom reading challenge to encourage teachers to share multicultural kids books with their classes.

Classroom Reading Challenge from Multicultural Children’s Book Day

Calling all teachers! The Multicultural Children’s Book Day team is challenging you to read multicultural books to your class. When you do, we will send you a free multicultural title for your classroom. Take the 2016 Multicultural Children’s Book Day Classroom Reading Challenge! Multicultural Kid Blogs is a co-host for 2016 Multicultural Children’s Book Day.

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Day of the Dead Facts in English and Spanish

In the last decade, the U.S. has embraced the Day of the Dead with enthusiasm. Brightly colored calaveras grin from T-shirts and coffee mugs. Day of the Dead festivals announce events ranging from 10k runs to concerts to art fairs. Children, however, do not always see that behind the beautiful icons and festive atmosphere the

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