May Culture Swapper Is Live!
Welcome to the Culture Swapper! I am proud to be co-hosting the Worldwide Culture Swappers link up again this month, created and sponsored by Worldwide Culture Swap and co-hosted by myself and Kid World Citizen.
The monthly Worldwide Culture Swapper is a way for bloggers to share blog posts or photos about anything related to culture, geography, language, traditions, customs, etc. So if you are searching for new ideas for teaching your children about the world, this is the place to look!
Each month favorites will be highlighted on our website and Facebook page. In addition, we pin featured entries to our Raising Global Citizens board on Pinterest, so be sure to check it out!
Here are a few of our favorite posts from last month’s Culture Swapper:
We celebrated Ireland with Loving Learning.
We learned about Aboriginal culture with Homeschool Group Hug.
Finally, we discovered all about Aboriginal dot painting with Navigating By Joy.
Thanks to everyone who shared in April’s Culture Swapper. We can’t wait to see what you’ll share this month!
And now on to this month’s Culture Swappers Link up….
- Link up any family friendly activity, craft, recipe, articles and posts that say a bit about your nationality or one that you are learning about.
- You can submit more than one link so come back throughout the month to share your activities.
- By linking you are giving us permission to feature your activity on our website and Facebook page.
- Please grab a Culture Swapper badge from the sidebar and put it somewhere on your blog (or add a text link to us in your post).
- Sorry, no giveaways or shops.
A new Link up will start on the first day of every month.
Thanks for featuring our learning about Ireland.
Thanks so much for featuring our Aboriginal dot painting! Really looking forward to exploring what’s linked this month. Lucinda
Thank you, Lucinda!
Thank you for sharing such an important resource. I love to see programs or websites that promote cultural learning and activities, particularly for children. The artwork pictured is gorgeous.