Celebrate the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh {Holy Day Kids Craft}

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Celebrate the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh {Holy Day Kids Craft} This story first appeared on All Done Monkey. Scroll to the end for a video of my father singing a special holiday song! Do you know what we remember, on the twelfth day of November? If you were a Baha’i child growing up in the US in the […]

Day of the Dead Skull Craft for Kids

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Day of the Dead Skull Craft for Kids Syndicated from Kid World Citizen. As you may know, Day of the Dead- Día de los Muertos- is a holiday celebrated in Mexico, some other countries in Latin America, a few countries in Europe, and the Philippines. In Mexico, skeletons are a big part of Day of the Dead […]

The Parrot Tico Tango {Storybook Activity}

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The Parrot Tico Tango {Storybook Activity} This craft first appeared on All Done Monkey. My little Monkey and I recently hosted a playgroup at our home to celebrate Costa Rican Independence Day (September 15).  In addition to a craft and lots of good food, I wanted to read them one of our favorite books about Costa […]

Creativity & Cultura: One in the Same {DIY Beading}

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Creativity & Cultura Earlier this year as we were parousing the aisles of our local Wal-mart, I noticed a new aisle for jewelry and craft making as did Baby, my two year old. She immediately grabbed a strand of hot pink crackled glass beads deciding in that toddler way, that they were about to become […]

Ward Off the Evil Eye with a Hamsa Craft

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This post is part of our Share Your Story series.  You can share your own story by submitting your writing, videos or other media to editor {at} multiculturalfamilia {dot} com.  Learn more HERE. The Middle East is a group of countries in western Asia and northern Africa that is the culturally rich home to numerous ethnic groups (such as […]

Get Creative with Lisa Loeb & Crayola in a LIVE Video Chat!

Crayola Inspire Creativity

Want to chat LIVE with a cool celebrity mom? Here’s your chance!  Crayola wants every child to experience creative and imaginative play, so they’re inviting parents “Inside the Crayon Box,” for a series of special live chats with celebs and experts that they hope will inspire you to get creative with your little ones.  Parents […]

Fun with Printables for Valentine’s Day!

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Want some fun printables for Valentine’s day?  Check out these three great sets of Valentine’s printables you’re sure to adore! 12 Mixed Love Heart Graphics {Printables} - Bicultural Mom Spanish Conversation Hearts – Free Images! – Latinaish Social Media Conversation Hearts – Unknown Mami Feliz Día de San Valentin With Minnie {Printable Activities} - […]

Bessie Coleman: Black History Bio & Craft

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Who is Bessie Coleman? BESSIE COLEMAN (1892-1926) was the first black woman to become an airplane pilot and the first African American to hold an international pilot license. She was born in Atlanta, Texas to sharecroppers. Bessie Coleman was an outspoken feminist who defied Jim Crow laws and made her dreams a reality. “After receiving a string […]

Papel Picado with a Modern Twist

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Papel Picado Craft Papel Picado is a popular Mexican folk art also created from perforated paper.  While it is mainly used to decorate fiestas like weddings, baptisms, Birthdays and  day of the dead, I remember creating millions of patterns to decorate my grandmothers home for no reason at all. Papel Picado is just one of those arts […]

Father’s Day Craft Tutorial: Scrappy Self Portrait

Father's Day Craft Tutorial

Tutorial inspired by Better Homes and Gardens Craft   GUEST WRITER: Ruby is many things, but foremost a wife and mother to her 2 little ones. She and her husband are trying to raise bilingual/bicultural little beings. She’s originally from Orange County, California, but recently moved across country after her husband completed his duty with […]