Books for Children

Make Your Own Kids World Cup Vuvuzela and a Giveaway! {World Cup for Kids}

Be sure to enter our giveaway below, part of our World Cup for Kids Project. If you’re a soccer fan, you probably already know what a vuvuzela is. It’s that loud stadium horn that became famous when the World Cup was held in South Africa and has appeared all around the globe since then!  And […]

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Cinco de Mayo Celebration and the Influence of Mexican Culture in the U.S.

Per a report on Business Insider, Mexicans are amongst the largest ancestry groups in the United States.  Mexicans come in 4th place with a whopping 31+ million Mexicans living in the US. With Germans, Black/African Americans, and Irish preceding in the first three places. This post contains affiliate links.  If you click through and make a purchase, we receive

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Easter Around the World

Easter (and the preceding “Holy Week”) is a Christian holiday remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus, with traditions dating back to pagan springtime festivals. Since it is celebrated in so many countries, we thought it would be interesting to look at Easter around the world. We asked our member bloggers- multicultural families who live

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