Have fun exploring Halloween-themed artwork this year and learning about international artists. Have fun switching up famous art for kids crafts!
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 […]
by March is Women’s History Month. Here at Multicultural Kid Blogs, we’ll be celebrating all month with fantastic posts from contributors all over the world. To start off the series, let’s learn about seven influential women artists. These women are from Europe, the Americas, Australia, Asia and Africa. Come travel the globe to meet these amazing […]
by I got fascinated in teaching art and great artists/artworks to my children since they were 3 and 4 years old. This coincided with taking the course “Making Thinking Visible” from Wideworld Harvard and I instantly fell in love with the idea of using art to understand children’s thinking and to make their learning “visible” […]