The end of the year is almost here and as we look back to see what our children have achieved in the past 12 months and look ahead to what we’d like them to learn in the coming year, it’s important to remember what is important both at home and in the world. My children have spent some time making our local area a more pleasant place to live, and as they grow I am looking for more ways to make their small actions have impact that they can see. If they can feel good about what they do now, I do hope that they will continue their global citizenship and make the world a better place when they are older. Miss Rumphius was one of our favourite stories last year, and it continues to play a part in our lives.
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This month our co-hosts are:
- Crafty Moms Share on Multicultural Kid Blogs
- A MultiAsian Family Life
- Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes
- Living Ideas
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Global Citizenship was my favourite from last month:
With all of the changes taking place amongst the world’s superpowers (the American election, Brexit, etc.), there is no doubt that our children have picked up on a lot of the negativity floating around. What can we do to help our children keep an open mind about the world and her citizens? Global citizenship is more important now than ever and it’s our responsibility to raise our children to be good citizens at home and abroad. Maria Adcock of Bicultural Mama has written a post on the Multicultural Kid Blogs site with her top 6 tips to teach global citizenship to kids. Go have a read and see how many of these things you’re already doing, and how easy it can be to implement the others.
Thank you for linking-up, and we can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to!