Nov 232015
Coconut Pumpkin Bread

Pumpkin bread is a fall staple in our household.  I grew up eating my mother’s version and now that I’m a mom I make it often for my family.  The main change is substituting coconut oil for vegetable oil and using some non-traditional flours and flaxseed.  Also, I leave out the ground cloves because to […]

Nov 202015
History of Thanksgiving: Squanto

This is Carrie from Crafty Moms Share. Leanna asked me to share with you about one of my favorite topics to learn about–Native Americans. With Thanksgiving coming up I thought I would share about a man who had a lot to do with the first Thanksgiving. You have probably heard of Squanto, the Native American […]

Nov 092015
Learning All About Ants in Spanish

Teach kids all about ants in Spanish with these wonderful activities from my blogging buddy and fellow Multicultural Kid Blogs Board member Jennifer of Spanish Playground! Doing activities related to a theme is fun way for children to learn Spanish. They learn new words and hear them used naturally as they sing, do crafts and […]

Nov 052015
Indian Dress Tutorial

Thank you to my blogging friend and fellow Multicultural Kid Blogs Board member Varya of Creative World of Varya for this wonderful article and tutorial on Indian dress!  As Diwali approaches, it is a wonderful time to learn about India with your kids! When I was little, I was in love with Indian movies (what […]

Nov 032015
Six Easy Ways for Kids to Get Involved in Charity

I am a big believer that children can and should get involved in charity at an early age.  But I also know first hand how busy life with young children can be.  Often we end up so focused on the day to day of sippy cups and diapers, shoe tying and nose wiping, that the […]

Oct 302015
Children’s Books from Malaysia

I love book lists, especially when they involve learning about another country! Thank you so much to Happy Go KL for providing us with this amazing list of children’s books from Malaysia! Note: Though many of the books below are not available from US sellers, we have included Amazon links when possible for your convenience.  […]

Oct 272015
One Simple Way to Really Be There For Your Kids

This post is not about crafts or activities or even about how to really talk to your kids.  Those are all important, but what I am going to share today is even more simple, straightforward, basic, and necessary. If you want to really be there for your kids, make sure you will be there by […]

Oct 232015
Disney On Ice Dare to Dream Review

Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets to Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream for review purposes; however, all opinions are my own. My son is really into zombies and Star Wars, so I have to admit I was worried about whether he would like a Disney on Ice show that focuses on princess stories, but I […]

Oct 202015
Engineering for Kids: Build a Parachute

Here is a great FUN project to teach engineering for kids: build a parachute that really works!  Thanks so much to Becky of Kid World Citizen – my blogging buddy and fellow Multicultural Kid Blogs board member – for sharing this fantastic activity! We recently made some fantastic parachutes out of coffee filters, popsicle sticks, […]

Oct 152015
Lomo Saltado: Beef Stir Fry from Peru

Thank you to Frances, my blogging buddy and fellow Multicultural Kid Blogs board member for this wonderful post!  Be sure to check out her blog, Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes, and read her full bio at the end of this post! My family and I would love to travel the world, tastes the […]

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