Hello! I’m pleased to be hosting this month’s Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop again. I absolutely enjoy all of the multicultural links that are shared each month. Last Sunday Phil made the Kenyan Beef Stew and Chapatis that Mama Maleta shared in November. Our family loved it and it will be made many times again! Last month it was the toys and games from around the world that caught my eye.
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Here’s my favourite from last time:
I loved Anna Watt’s list of 20 toys and games from around the world on her guest post for Multicultural Kid Blogs (you can usually find her over at Russian Step By Step). She’s provided photos, descriptions of how to play, and even a couple of video links. I was very please to see the Hungarian Rubik’s Cube on the list as that is what Phil found in his stocking from Santa on Christmas morning! Click over and see which of these items are already in your home, and which ones you’ll be adding to your games cupboard this year.
Thank you for linking-up, and we can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!