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make a pinata

How to Make a Pinata (according to my six-year-old)

Jasmin only just turned six but suddenly has the ability to do entire craft projects on her, from conceptualization to set up and actualization. Tonight she decided to just "make a pinata" after dinner. First, she assembled her materials: balloons, newspaper, a bowl, glue and water. She cut strips of newspaper, added the glue to the water and then started pasting the strips on the blown-up balloon.

Chirashizushi Recipe

All the flavor of sushi, with half the effort. A favorite with my children!

Which Language First When Raising Trilingual Kids?

At almost 19 months old, Ramzi is just starting to really get talking. Matt was also an early talker and it’s been really interesting to watch the differences and similarities in how the two acquire and use their three languages.
children's book for day of the dead

Children’s Book for Day of the Dead

This book brings the Day of the Dead to life for any child. Although written in English, Day of the Dead fluidly integrates many Spanish words and phrases. Each segment of the story introduces a facet of preparing for the holiday, like buying sugar skulls (calaveras de azúcar).
what to do in Casablanca, Morocco

What to Do with 48 Hours in Casablanca

Casablanca is not a favorite city for tourists and it’s understandable why. It’s a large city to navigate with crazy traffic and without the charm of places like Marrakech. However,...

A Children’s Book for Raising Global Citizens

Every life is a story. It’s easier to understand someone when you know their story.