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Celebrating Christmas Around the World Printables Review

Disclosure: As a member of Multicultural Kid Blogs network, I received a free copy of “Celebrate Christmas Around the World” in order to facilitate this review. As always, all opinions are my own.

All kids love Christmas right? You can use their excitement for the holiday and this pack “Celebrate Christmas Around the World”   to teach them about Christmas traditions in different countries.


This pack was created by some of my favorite bloggers, each discussing Christmas traditions, food, games and activities:

Open Wide the World brings us festivities from Brazil, Sweden and the Philippines

Little Bilingues brings us goodies from France

Mommy Maestra shows us how Navidad is celebrated in Mexico and Puerto Rico


Why will you love this pack? Here are three reasons: 


TEACHES KIDS THAT THERE ARE DIFFERENT WAYS TO CELEBRATE. This pack will allow you to learn about different cultures which will teach them about the beautiful celebrations around the world.

This pack is a great way to discuss diversity and the beauty and richness of different cultures.

The kids can learn about the world by learning geography, new vocabulary in different languages and different traditions.

TRADITIONS AND MORE: Kids will learn not only about Christmas traditions in different countries, they will also about learn about geography and language.

HANDS ON FUN: The pack includes hands on activities that will help with fine motor skills. They can have fun by using all their senses in the kitchen making some of the delicious recipes like Buche de Noel and Mexican hot chocolate (yummy!)

The pack is available for purchase on the Multicultural Kid Blogs website. These are great activities to do with your kids who are on break during the holiday season; they can have fun and learn!


Do you have special traditions for Christmas in your country? Share them with us below! 

Diana Limongi
Diana a mom, activist, nonprofit professional, podcaster and writer from Queens, NY. She writes about motherhood, activism, raising my multilingual kids, culture and travel. She and her multicultural family live in Queens, NY.

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