Self-Care During Uncertain Times

Self-Care During Uncertain Times

2020 has been a difficult year for so many reasons – a global pandemic and economic displacement, raging wildfires, heightened racial tensions and a relentless stream of race-based killings, and now a prolonged election process with potential for more unrest. All these processes tend to disproportionately affect mothers, particularly those from disadvantaged communities. When we […]

Composting: Tips to Get Started

Composting: Tips to Get Started

Like so many of you, our family is thinking more and more about the impact we make on our planet. While there are many great resources to teach children about conservation, nothing beats hands on experience! I’ve always wanted to compost, so this year we finally did the research and got started! Here is a […]

Multicultural Parenting: My Mixed Life Interview

Multicultural Parenting: My Mixed Life Interview

What does multicultural parenting look like in our family? Today I’m honored to bring you my recent interview on Talking Louis, part of their series of interviews called My Mixed Life. Read on for more details! What does being a “world citizen” mean to me? How does being in an intercultural marriage influence how we […]

Updated Planner for Baha'i Parents On Sale Now!

Updated Planner for Baha’i Parents On Sale Now!

Our Coral and Pearls Planner for Baha’i Parents has been updated for 2020-21. Now until August 15, 2020, it is available at a discount, so scroll down to get your copy! Updated Planner for Baha’i Parents On Sale Now! Looking for a simple, well-organized planner that you can customize to your needs? Tired of writing […]

Homeschooling Tips from a Veteran Homeschooler

Homeschooling Tips from a Veteran Homeschooler

The uncertainty of the coming school year has led to many people switching to homeschooling or at least considering their options. I have gotten a number of questions from friends and readers about what homeschooling is really like, and what resources I recommend. As a result, I decided to sit down and write out my […]

Resources for Teaching Kids about Racial Justice

Resources for Teaching Kids about Racial Justice

Want to teach your children about racial justice but not sure where to begin? Looking for tools to incorporate discussions of race into your classroom? Luckily there are so many great resources available these days. You can find me today over at Multicultural Kid Blogs, sharing the best resources we have found from our bloggers […]

Keep Math Lessons Fun with Online Curriculum

Keep Math Lessons Fun with Online Curriculum

Does your child struggle with math? Are you a homeschooling parent who dreads teaching math to your child? Keep math lessons fun with an engaging online curriculum! Read on to access a free trial, plus enter for a chance to win a subscription! My 7 year old recently took a survey of our friends and […]

Middle Grade Books About Sports and Life Lessons

Middle Grade Books About Sports and Life Lessons

The pre-adolescent years are a time of great change, which often brings confusion but also growth. Kids have to deal with bullying, friendship, family issues, and discovering their own unique voices. For many, sports can be a fun way to sort through these issues while also exploring their own interests. Below are wonderful new middle […]

Indian Drum Craft and Book

Indian Drum Craft and Book

When my friend Daria from Daria’s World Music approached me about sharing her Indian drum craft along with a related children’s book, I was so excited! Daria and I have been friends for a long time, and I’m a big admirer of her work. She does such an incredible job of getting kids excited about […]

Black Girl Magic Books for Kids

Black Girl Magic Books for Kids

This year as part of the MKB Black History Month blog hop, I have written a guest post on Multicultural Kid Blogs, featuring children’s books that celebrate black girl magic.   These wonderful books celebrate African-American heroines by having black girls not just as side characters but as protagonists, in settings as diverse as rural Jamaica, […]

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