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Inspiring Youth Through Film: Climate Education and Action

Film is a powerful tool capable of not only educating, but also inspiring youth. Inspiring youth through film is possible when you combine climate education and action. Climate anxiety is a real thing. A recent Nature study revealed that 45% of youth surveyed reported feelings about climate change affecting their daily lives, and 65% of […]

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Fun Facts about Dubai In my eyes as a tourist | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Fun Facts about Dubai: In my eyes as a tourist

I am fortunate to have visited Dubai for 4 times since 2014. Ever we since discovered Emirates airline, it has been our top airline choice to visit my homeland, the Philippines. And, as a side trip, to visit the modern and beautiful city of Dubai. My aunt, one of my mother´s younger sisters, and her

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Inclusive Learning through Sports: From the Classroom to the Summer Games!

It’s almost time for the Summer Games when more than 10,000 world-class athletes will descend on Paris, France, to compete in 32 different sports with the entire world watching. Whether you tune in for track, swimming, or surfing, it’s clear that the Summer Games is about much more than athleticism and fierce competition. It’s also

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Until the Blueberries Grow, a review for Multicultural Children's Book Day | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Until the Blueberries Grow, a review for Multicultural Children’s Book Day

Until the Blueberries Grow by Jennifer Wolf Kam, illustrated by Sally Walker A Story About Change. Ben lives next door to his great-grandpa, Zayde (the Yiddish term for grandfather). When Zayde declares his intention to downsize, Ben begs him to stay “until the blueberries grow.” Then “until the grapes are ripe,” “until the snow falls,”

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