Nov 152012

Vibrant Wanderings - Fall Traditions on Alldonemonkey.comWelcome to our very first Multicultural Kids Blogging Carnival!   I am so honored to be working with the wonderful bloggers that form the Multicultural Kid Blogs group.  Today marks the beginning of a new collaboration: a monthly blogging carnival, where we share posts that we have each written on a topic of common interest.

This month we wanted to celebrate the season by sharing fall traditions important to our family and/or community.  Since we are spread out around the world, the posts below give us a window into how families all over the globe welcome fall!

You can find out more about these fabulous bloggers by visiting our Facebook page, subscribing to our Facebook feed, following us on Twitter (#multiculturalkids), or following our group Pinterest board.

Celebrating Autumn

For many bloggers, the change of seasons itself was a cause for celebration.

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Maria of Busy as a Bee in Paris takes us on a nature walk and vegetation harvest in France with her and her girls…Busy as a Bee - Fall Traditions on

…then shows us how to make the treasures they gathered into beautiful crafts for the home.

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Melissa of Vibrant Wanderings, recently returned to the US after years in Guam, glories in the season through her family’s new fall traditions.

Holidays and Festivals

For many of us, autumn marks the arrival of special holidays and festivals.

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Varya at Little Artists (now Creative World of Varya) gives us a glimpse of what it is like to be in China during the Mid-Autumn Festival, as well as sharing some of the legends on which it is based.

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Tallulah of Bilingual Babes shares her family’s Halloween traditions, including pumpkins, trick-or-treating, and “jacket potatoes”!

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Souad of Babel Kid gives us her take on the English tradition of bonfire night.

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Annabelle at Gato and Canard gives us a new expat’s view of the traditional German lantern parade on St. Martin’s Day.

Melissa of Where Going Havo? shares about how a similar lantern parade tradition looks in a Czech preschool.

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My little Monkey and I celebrated the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh recently with a bell craft and song.

Further Reading

For more on how fall is celebrated in other communities, Jennifer at The Good Long Road has put together a wonderful collection of fall/harvest holidays around the world.Good Long Road - Fall Traditions on

What are your favorite fall traditions?

You can find out more about these fabulous bloggers by visiting our Facebook page, subscribing to our Facebook feed, following us on Twitter (#multiculturalkids), or following our group Pinterest board!

  8 Responses to “Fall Traditions: Multicultural Kids Blogging Carnival”

  1. Thanks so much for organizing and bringing all of these wonderful posts together. I’m looking forward to sitting down with a cup of tea and enjoying them all tonight 🙂

  2. So fun to read through all of these lovely traditions – makes me really miss the fall!

  3. […] as those highlighted by the Good Long Road or featured by the Multicultural Kid Blogs in our recent fall traditions and winter traditions blogging carnivals.  And of course there are also cultural heritage […]

  4. […] holiday you will be celebrating this fall (check out this list for some non-traditional ones), it’s never too soon to start planning.  It’s fun to start brainstorm Halloween […]

  5. Just dropping by to note that Little Artists moved to CreativeWorldOfVarya.Com 🙂

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