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Fostering a family culture of gratitude pays huge dividends, now and later. Studies have shown that gratitude, more than any other characteristic, has the greatest impact on life satisfaction. Gratitude has been linked with an enhanced sense of social protection and support. It’s also a great predictor of optimistic, positive kids as they hit their […]

November 29, 2018

How to Foster a Family Culture of Gratitude

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‘Tis the season for festivity! Christmas receives most of the coverage this time of year. But children celebrate the holiday season differently around the globe. After reading this, you and your multicultural kids may be inspired to add a few new traditions to your own wintertime festivities. Let’s take a whirlwind tour around the world […]

November 27, 2018

Multicultural Kids: Celebrating the Holiday Season Around the Globe

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What does it mean to raise little travelers? It starts with planting seeds of excitement every time we travel near or far. When we water these seeds, they grow into compassion for others and caring for the environment. They blossom into open-minded curiosity and kindness and bear the fruit of resourcefulness, perseverance, and self-awareness. How […]

November 22, 2018

Holiday Gift Ideas for Little Travelers

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500 million people follow Buddhist beliefs making it the fourth largest faith in the world. Based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, a Hindu prince born in 563 B.C.E., Buddhism advocates for nonviolence and kindness. When it comes to Cambodia for kids, there are many multicultural lessons you can teach about Buddhism’s legacy in this […]

November 8, 2018

Cambodia for Kids: Exploring Buddhism’s Legacy

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Autumn marks a festive time of year around the world whether you’re celebrating Samhain in Ireland, el Día de los Muertos in Mexico, or Halloween in North America. When it comes to Cambodian culture for kids, Pchum Ben or Ancestor’s Day represents another colorful fall holiday. Let’s explore this uniquely Cambodian festival and how you […]

October 30, 2018

Cambodian Culture for Kids: Celebrating Pchum Ben

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Halloween remains one of the oldest holidays in the world, celebrated around the globe in myriad ways from Dia de los Muertos in Mexico to Pangangaluluwâ in the Philippines. While the United States and Canada focus on costume parties, pranks, and trick-or-treating, celebrations vary widely in other locations and exploring them remains a fun way […]

October 19, 2018

Travel the World: Halloween Celebrations Around the Globe

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Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. How will you and your family celebrate this year? Instead of opting for the same old turkey coma, why not shake things up by starting a new family tradition? From a multi-ethnic dinner to life-changing Thanksgiving travel, we’ve got the ideas you need to make this Thanksgiving […]

October 13, 2018

From Thanksgiving Travel to Volunteering: Unique Holiday Ideas

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Childhood has become domesticated, and it’s hurting our kids. For many children today, smartphones have replaced nature hikes and outdoor exploration. Yet, according to Outside, “Our changing culture has knocked away the scaffolding that used to provide formative and enriching adventures.” That’s why it’s paramount that we bring back childhood adventures. So, how do we […]

October 9, 2018

Childhood Adventures: Why Our Kids Need More of Them

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Are we harming our kids by restricting the amount of free outdoor play that they enjoy? That’s the question that Angela Hanscom, a pediatric occupational therapist, explores in her book Balanced and Barefoot. Some have coined the term “risky play” to describe the unstructured play that Hanscom discusses. But, for me, this concept brought to […]

October 4, 2018

Adventurous Play & Unplugged Travel with Kids

Did you know that only one-fourth of American students prove proficient in Geography? Even worse, one-fifth of Americans can’t locate the United States on a map. Unfortunately, many kids in America are missing out on the importance of learning geography, which leaves them at a disadvantage in a world becoming more globalized every day. Fortunately, […]

September 18, 2018

Travel with Kids: Why Geography Matters

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