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Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Children’s Favorites: Ice Cream around the World


What treat do children have in common in every country around the world? Ice cream! Ice cream! We all scream for ice cream! InCultureParent takes you from Indonesia to Ecuador to look at how ice cream worldwide is sold and enjoyed–from cart to mouth. See how other countries and kids enjoy this universal treat.


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  1. CommentsInCultureParent | Summer Water Fun: Kids Around the World   |  Friday, 02 August 2013 at 5:56 am

    […] Nothing says summertime like splashing in the water. Around the world, kids are splashing and having summer water fun. Let’s take a peek at kids globally cooling down in the summer heat. And don’t forget to check out kids’ other favorite summer treat: ice cream around the world! […]

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