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DIY Christmas Ornaments Inspired by World Cultures

Making your own Christmas ornaments is a fun family activity while preparing for and enjoying the Christmas season. Here at Multicultural Kid Blogs, we aim to raise global citizens who celebrate diversity while recognizing the universal values that connect us. The following are five different ornaments you and your kids can make, either borrowing from an established Christmas […]

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How we Foster a Multicultural Mindset in our Family - Multicultural Kid Blogs

How we Foster a Multicultural Mindset in our Family

Aside from being bilingual in Spanish and English and kicking off with his Tagalog (my national language from the Philippines), my son is in touch and connected with our world. He understands how big and diverse our universe is and even if we come from different backgrounds, ethnic groups, or origins, we are all the

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Day of the Dead Book: Gustavo, the Shy Ghost by Flavia Z. Drago

Flavia Z. Drago’s debut picture book, Gustavo, the Shy Ghost, helps young readers learn more about the Day of the Dead. As a Mexican graphic designer and illustrator, her use of whimsical and detailed mixed-media helps to illustrate the vibrant elements of Mexican culture. “This post contains affiliate links. If you click and purchase, Multicultural

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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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