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Halloween is almost upon us, and I hope you have a great time! November 3rd is Culture day in Japan. I remember celebrating it just 2 weeks after my arrival there in 2001. It was the first time I tried on a kimono. I’ve always been interested in different cultures, and living in Japan was the first time I was really able to immerse myself in a culture. In honour of culture day coming up, and looking through the varied ideas shared last week with Mom’s Library my features of the week focus on multicultural activities for kids.
To see all of the great ideas submitted, be sure to check out last week’s Mom’s Library where I focused on sparkling spiders.
Multicultural Activities For Kids
Crayon Box Chronicles shares their Native American Small World with Teepee & Drum Craft.
Sorting Sprinkles has several ways for kindergarteners to learn about Europe through flags and landmarks.
3 DInosaurs shares a calming activity with Celtic plates. They just aren’t pretty, but useful as well.
Living Montessori Now Shares a Montessori-Inspired Continent Activities Using Replicas – Africa that looks like lots of fun!
Stacking Books shares this interesting and beautifully illustrated fairy tale from the Middle East.
stuffedveggies shares their adventure of visiting the location in which The Hermit, the Icon & The Emperor takes place. What a memorable trip that would make!
This Fine Day shares an adapted recipe from the Native Americans.
Adventures with Jude shows how to make these cute little pig-shaped Marranitos Cookies from Mexico.
Afterschool For Smarty Pants shares their recipe for ginger chicken and tells us a little about Korean culture.
Pounds for Pennies shares an Easy Dinner Idea with us for Tamale Chili Cups. My children saw this photo and want me to make them!