Idiom Week 2021 runs from January 24-30. It’s a great chance to have multicultural and language learning fun and learn a new idiom each day of the week! Here are some of our favorite ways to “have a ball” during Idiom Week.
by If the idea of talking with your child about racial diversity makes you break out in a cold sweat, take a deep breath. Try one of these simple, fun activities to spark conversation with your child about racial diversity. Together you can explore and answer your child’s questions about race through play. Why should […]
by Now that it’s officially spring, it seems fitting to do a craft centered around flowers. I love to do projects with my kids inspired by the arts and crafts of other cultures which I feel adds depth and meaning to our crafts. I’ve always been drawn to the Japanese aesthetic, therefore, Japan was an […]
by Earth Day 2018 is coming soon and this year’s theme is End Plastic Waste. If you’ve ever walked or driven past a pile of garbage filled with plastic and other debris, you’ve probably said, “Wow – what an eyesore!” or “Gee, that’s ugly!” And you would be right. But the truth about plastic […]
by Looking for some fun activities to teach your children about other cultures? Here is a review of a wonderful new multicultural app for kids! Disclosure: Multicultural Kid Blogs received compensation for this post; however, all opinions are the author’s own. At Multicultural Kid Blogs we highly value diversity, equality, multiculturalism and multilingualism. If you […]