Have fun exploring Halloween-themed artwork this year and learning about international artists. Have fun switching up famous art for kids crafts!
by i Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! I always love scrolling through social media during this month, catching a glimpse of how other families are celebrating, and passing down their heritage to the littles in their family. We are a bicultural, Mexican-American family. And one way we love to teach our littles about their Mexican culture […]
by There are countless ways to honor Native American Heritage Month with kids. November is Native American Heritage Month! Disclaimer: Native American Heritage Month is a U.S. holiday. This post, which focuses on the original inhabitants of the U.S., is not intended to diminish indigenous peoples from other parts of the globe. We encourage you […]
by Now that it’s officially spring, it seems fitting to do a craft centered around flowers. I love to do projects with my kids inspired by the arts and crafts of other cultures which I feel adds depth and meaning to our crafts. I’ve always been drawn to the Japanese aesthetic, therefore, Japan was an […]
by I grew up in a Norwegian American home. My maternal and paternal great grandparents emigrated to the United States in the mid-1880s. Many of the foods that I consider comfort foods are of Scandinavian origin. While family recipes have been passed down through the generations, sadly other traditions have slowly been lost. My ancestral heritage […]