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Weekend Links: Be a World Traveler

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Family Book Festival Week in Review

It’s time for weekend links! This is my top picks for fun, educational, and useful links that will appeal to parents and readers. The summer months are a time for travel and adventure, and I am certainly feeling like a world traveler lately!  I have also seen many, many global-themed activities for kids this week. Here’s some of my favorites:

Busy Bee Crafts had a great craft on making Mexican paperplate maracas

paperplate maracas

I love this post from Sycamore Stirrings about all the amazing Hawaiian Floral they discovered. Makes me want to head for the tropics!

Hawiian flora

Kid World Citizen always has amazing crafts and ideas and this time was no different. Check out this activity on making Ghungroo Indian Ankle Bracelets.


 This was a show-stopper too! BlogMeMom has a delightful tutorial on creating a Rainforest in a Box.

rainforest in a box

I was also thrilled to discover Little Passports this week. Our family loves world travel so this was right up our alley!

Little Passports is your child’s ticket to an exciting global adventure. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a country’s geography, history and culture in a fun and memorable way.

Sign up for one or both of our subscriptions and follow Sam and Sofia on their exciting adventures around the USA and the world. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way. Little Passports offers two subscription packages:

  • World Edition: Join Sam and Sofia as they travel to a new country every month
  • USA Edition: Travel with Sam and Sofia as they visit two new states every month

If you are looking for a fun and creative way to introduce your kids to geography be sure to check out Little Passports. It would be a great way to learn more about the world around you ~ from the comfort of your living room!

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