Multicultural Kids Holiday Gift Ideas: Educational Materials

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Best4Future Bilingual/Chinese Bookstore

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Discount for MKB readers: holiday15, 15% off everything
(valid 11/25/2013 – 12/31/2013)

This Chinese/bilingual bookstore provides quality Chinese/bilingual books, textbooks, dictionaries, CDs, DVDs, softwares and games for children and parents.

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Latinas for Latino Lit

Latinas for Latino LitMonica of MommyMaestra says: “L4LL currently has three great Reading Kits that explore the lives of four Hispanic figures who have influenced our nation. They are a fun way to explore culture while strengthening academic skills. For K – 4th.”

Latinas for Latino Lit*****

Little Passports

Little PassportsLeanna of All Done Monkey says: “This unique service takes kids on trips around the USA and around the world – without ever leaving their house!  They will love having their own travel kit, plus the excitement of receiving a new package every month!”

LP World Explorer Kit*****

Little Pim

Little PimDiscount for MKB readers: LPHOLIDAY, 20% off any product on the Little Pim website.

Leanna of All Done Monkey says: “Little Pim materials are fun and engaging.  Our DVD even got my reluctant bilingual child speaking Spanish again!”  (Read her review).

Little Pim Chinese, French, and Spanish Discovery Sets (as pictured below) are now available in Toys R Us stores nationwide.

Little Pim



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Discount for MKB readers: Visit MamaYala from this link for 20% through Dec. 20

Monica of MommyMaestra says: “MamaYala™ World Cultures is a design studio that develops cultural education materials, including alphabet flash cards, stickers, postcards, and memory cards. Their lovely and unique designs introduce children and adults alike to the beauty of the world’s cultures.”

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SingALingoDiscount for MKB readers: Use the code MULT2013 for 30% off

Jennifer of Spanish Playground says: “I use SingALingo songs in my preschool Spanish classes and the kids love them! I wish they had been around when I was teaching my children Spanish.” (Read her review).

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SingALingo  *****


Bronwyn of Journeys of the Fabulist says: “Generally, we all have too much stuff. But we can never get enough learning or life experiences. I’m inviting everyone to reassess what they value and give accordingly – starting, perhaps, with a unique mathematical theorem.

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