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Explore Habitats with Easy Craft Activities | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Explore Habitats with Easy Craft Activities

Take your habitat study to the next level with these fun and simple crafts! These hands-on activities allow children to explore habitats from around the world and the fascinating plants and animals that call them home. These crafts are extension activities accompanying Language Lizard’s new bilingual Habitat Series. Each book in the series explores one […]

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Discovering Our Norwegian Ancestry with Rosemaling

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 is

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Make Your Own Flower Eggs and Celebrate Special Days as the People in Riau, Indonesia

People in Sumatra, Indonesia, especially the Malay ethnic group, have a unique way of celebrating special days and events. They make lots of flower eggs and share them with guests at weddings, birthday parties, baby showers and religious events. The egg that is hung on the stalk symbolizes fertility while the flower represents beauty. Each

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5 Multicultural Kid Crafts to Try This Thanksgiving

Bring cultural diversity and international spirit to your Thanksgiving with these five easy kid crafts. Bonus: All of these kid crafts can be made with basic materials you probably already have! They involve minimal mess and are simple enough for most kids to complete on their own. (Another thing to be thankful for!) Don’t forget

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