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10 Fun Facts About Cuba | Multicultural Kid Blogs

10 Fun Facts About Cuba

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by learning ten fun facts about Cuba. Find even more on our Fun Facts About Central America and the Caribbean page! Part of our Fun Facts for Kids series. 1. Cuba’s Indigenous People Tracing back to 4,000 BC, the hunter-gatherers Ciboney and Guanatabey were Cuba’s first indigenous people. Around 1,050 AD, […]

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Interview with Mariam Navaid Ottimofiore, Author of “This Messy Mobile Life”

I met Mariam through her blog, And Then We Moved To, but we only met in person in 2018, when we both attended the Families in Global Transitions Conference, which just so happened to take place in The Hague, where I live. We would later meet a second time when she visited The Netherlands to

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Desserts Around the World | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Desserts Around the World – Explore One Sweet Treat at a Time!

Everyone loves a sweet (or savory) treat! In fact, desserts often play a central role in many of life’s sweetest moments, whether it’s a slice of cake for one’s birthday or a traditional treat to celebrate a religious holiday. Desserts are rooted in tradition and have the power to bring people together, create memories, and,

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4 Spectacular New Children’s Books Written by Black Authors

Black Authors in Literature are Important The Black community currently faces a huge problem. This problem is only growing worse during the pandemic: Low literacy rates, high dropout rates, and most books in curriculum and schools written by non-Black authors. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a sector of the U.S. Department

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Welcome to #WorldKidLit Month

Language Lizard has partnered with World Kid Lit to talk about world literature for young readers. Today we’ll talk about how this collective of volunteers shares fiction and nonfiction from around the world! Where did the #WorldKidLit Month come from? Literature experts Marcia Lynx Qualey, Lawrence Schimel, and Alexandra Büchler held their inaugural World Kid

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