by Celebrating our loved ones who have passed is important for keeping their memories alive and also for grieving. Dia de los Muertos is celebrated throughout Mexico. It originates from the Aztecs as they believed the Goddess of Death helped their loved ones cross to the other side. When the Spanish arrived, they brought their […]
A trip to Taiwan isn’t complete without including Tainan City. From bubble tea to roundabouts, here are 10 fun facts about Tainan City, Taiwan.
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 I love to explore cultures with my kids. Recently, I sat down to reflect on how we’ve been doing that lately. I quickly realized that we haven’t really been doing much. We’ve all had to do a lot of re-thinking lately, haven’t we? We’ve had to pivot, regroup, go back to the drawing board. […]
by Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you click and purchase, Multicultural Kid Blogs will receive a small commission that will be used towards maintaining the site. Now, more than ever, families need to honor their heritage. Celebrating culture through books is a great way to begin! Racism is a topic all children of […]