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Weekend Links: Discovering Our World

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So far this month has been jam-packed with insightful education, Booklists, Activities and Resources for Kids and parents interested in raising global citizens.  I would like to share them this weekend as my Weekend Links Round-up. Enjoy!

JIAB favorite Marie’s Pastiche and family is in the midst of a virtual travel to West Africa. This sight has delighted me all month with wonderful posts sharing info about this country, their culture, the festivals, cook and eat traditional foods, learn of traditional handicrafts with hands on exploration and many activities. This week she had a wonderful post on Anansi Stories – Trickster Tales from West Africa.

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Crystal’s Tiny Treasures offered up a wonderful Native American Book inspired review and giveaway and an excellent link-up!

Feel like learning about  The Dances of India? Check out this post at Crafty Moms Share: Dances of India Book Review

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Home School Life Journal spent some time this week exploring Western India with a yummy recipe and some breathtaking images.

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Mommy Maleta has a post as well that is near-and-dear to my heart: Exploring Lebanon

exploring Lebanon

 

As you all may know, November is Native American Heritage Month and Leanna from All Done Monkey created a wonderfulChildren’s Books about the Cherokee booklist.

Children's Books About the Cherokee | Alldonemonkey.com

 

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5 thoughts on “Weekend Links: Discovering Our World

    1. Hi Laura,
      My husband is Lebanese and we go there every summer to spend our holidays with family. I like your blog so much !! Thanks for letting me share your global tales.

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