Friendship Problems: Books Kids Can Totally Relate to

Friendship Problems: Books Kids Can Totally Relate to

Ah friendship! As much as it seems like it should be all cupcakes and rainbows (to quote a favorite movie), kids quickly realize that friendships can also bring their own challenges. In the end, of course, untangling them is well worth the time and effort, but figuring out how to navigate friendship problems can be […]

N Is for Nature Crafts: Outdoor Learning Activity

N Is for Nature Crafts: Outdoor Learning Activity

Fall is such a beautiful time of year for getting outdoors with your kids, so why not have some fun that is (shh!) also educational by doing these fun nature crafts? This a no-prep outdoor learning activity for preschoolers is a hands on way to reinforce their knowledge of the ABCs plus explore natural materials. […]

Bicentenary of the Birth of Baha'u'llah: Why It Matters

Bicentenary of the Birth of Baha’u’llah: Why It Matters

5 million people are throwing a party, and you’re invited! Here’s why the Bicentenary of the Birth of Baha’u’llah matters to you – even if you’ve never heard of the Bahá’í Faith before. (There is a children’s book giveaway at the bottom, so be sure to scroll all the way down!) Friends, this is a very different […]

Spanish Coloring Page: J es de Jirafa

Spanish Coloring Page: J es de Jirafa

Teaching your children or students the Spanish alphabet? Here is a fun Spanish coloring page for the letter “J,” which stands for jirafa, or giraffe. I have always loved the giraffe – probably because I’m tall! – so I naturally thought of this gentle creature when it was time to learn the letter “J”! (I had actually […]

Spanish Greetings Game and Craft: H Is For Hola

Spanish Greetings Game and Craft: H Is For Hola

Here is a fun bilingual Spanish game plus a craft that you can use to help language learners practice basic greetings. One thing I noticed during our last trip to Costa Rica was that our bilingual kids had trouble carrying on simple conversations with relatives and acquaintances. Since they were used to speaking Spanish at […]

60+ Hispanic Heritage Month Recipes to Try with Kids

60+ Hispanic Heritage Month Recipes to Try with Kids

Hispanic Heritage Month is here, and it’s one of my favorite times of year! Not only do I get to throw a virtual party with my blogger friends (see below for details on our big HHM series and giveaway), but it’s such a fun excuse to celebrate Hispanic heritage with my kids! While we often […]

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