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It’s time for Weekend Links! This is my chance to share all the wonderful booklists, activities and ideas from all the amazing blogger, authors and moms that I have discovered in my weekly Internet travels. Here are some of my favs:
No Time for Flashcards has a wonderful booklist-Picture Books That Teach Important Lessons. Which book would you add to their list?
Picture Book Advent Calendar from Playful Learning
How to create a Christmas book advent calendar without blowing the budget Honey Bee Books
Thankfulness Tree from Meaningful mama
100 Free Printable Activities for your Advent Calendar! Just choose the 24 that fit your family for some great daily ways to celebrate & connect at KCEdventures
What a wonderful booklist from Erica at What Do We Do All Day: 20 Multicultural Christmas Books for Children
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for January 27, 2014. Jump Into a Book and Pragmatic Mom have joined forces to create the first ever Multicultural Children’s Book Day. This will be a day to cherish and celebrate diversity in children’s books and raise awareness.
We’d love to get the amazing blogging community to join us in sharing their favorite multicultural children’s book. If you’d like to share a post — and it can be old one from your archive – comment below so we can share the book love!
Here are some ways you can help us celebrate Multicultural Children’s Book Day
- Have children bring in their favorite multicultural book to school on this day and share it with the class.
- Have a special Multicultural Children’s Book Day book read aloud time.
- Create a Multicultural Children’s Book Day display around the classroom or library.
- Read Around the Continents and Countries. Great resources list a JumpIntoaBook.com and PragmaticMom.com
- Visit The Multicultural Children’s Book Day page at Jump Into a Book.
- Visit our Multicultural Books for Kids Pinterest Board for more reading ideas.
- Visit our Multicultural Children’s Book Page HERE for more details or how you can get involved.