Idioms are a great way to have some language learning fun. Let’s learn about idioms and explore fun idiom activities in the classroom and at home.
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 […]
by With most students learning from home right now, many parents and teachers are looking for fun activities that introduce new languages and cultures. Here, we offer 5 of our favorite language games using children’s bilingual books. And check out our post for a chance to win a set of bilingual books. Language Games Using […]
by A maiden finds help from seven quirky dwarfs after she flees from a jealous and wicked Queen who is after her life. Hungry Jack swaps his cow for magic beans only to find himself fleeing for his life when he disrupts a sleeping giant. Do these stories sound familiar? Fairy and folktales existed even […]
by It’s hard to overstate the need for diversity in children’s literature. Thankfully, there are more great children’s books available that not only have diverse characters but diverse protagonists. That is, non-white characters are not only included as token minority friends of the main character but increasingly are being cast as main characters themselves. To celebrate, […]