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Our Story is One – an Interview with Elika Mahony

Multicultural Kid Blogs has always advocated for equality, inclusivity, and unity in our world. We have bloggers of various racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds that work together to create wonderful resources for raising our children as Global Citizens. The recent protests in Iran, where women once again rose up against the unfair treatment of women, […]

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Three Kid-Friendly Tips for Learning a Second Language

Becoming bilingual holds many important benefits for kids, from increasing their focus and creativity to enhancing their cultural sensitivity. If your children are enrolled in language classes — either at school or through an after-school program — that’s a great start. But, learning a second language requires more than just time in the classroom. In

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Celebrating the Multicultural Classroom with African Pop Music

It all started with a talking drum and one student’s interest in sharing this drum with his classmates. I seek to celebrate student-led learning. The talking drum was a launching pad for a lesson on African music and a tool to engage other students as leaders in the classroom. This ensemble performance featuring the talking

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