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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!

Marie’s Pastiche ALWAYS has amazing information for cultivating global citizens and this one caught my eye:”We really enjoyed getting a glimpse into Ashanti royalty and customs from Ghana – have you ever seen anything like it?”

Using and Creating Art to Explore World Cultures at Art Curator for Kids


Episode 41: A Bilingual Avenue-Strategies to help you navigate multicultural and multi-ethnic family relationships with Harriet Cannon | Bilingual Avenue

Episode 41

Randomly Reading: The Red Bicycle: The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Bicycle

Spring is in the air! Let’s get outside and MOVE! Outdoor Games, Crafts & Nature Activities for Kids at KCEdventures.

outdoor crafts

Third Culture Mama has a wonderful list of Beautiful Multicultural Books for Children.


Read Aloud to Ignite a World of Possibility  via @blackvoices


How are you celebrating Music In Our Schools month? Free E-book here for MIOSM during March from the amazing Daria Music.

Have you seen the “Cultural Iceberg”…Fascinating! {Thanks to Languages Around the Globe for sharing on Facebook)

cultural iceberg

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